Clean your beer lines monthly. Save money, reduce waste and increase profits.

With a StayClean system it really is that simple.

Clean your beer lines once a month.

Save money, reduce waste and increase profits.

With a StayClean system it really is that simple.

StayClean has been developing and manufacturing devices to extend the period between beer line cleans for more than 25 years.

Our devices generate a specific range of radio waves which slow down the development of yeast clumps, sugars and proteins in the pipe. These pollutants form biofilms which cling to the internal surface of the beer line, ruining the taste and serve of the beer at the bar.

StayClean is a market leader, constantly refining and developing our products to maintain our edge. We were the first company in the market to move from analogue to digital frequency generation, the first to offer cellar monitoring tools and the first to provide local reporting via mobile app.

All StayClean products offer a minimum of 4 weeks between line cleans. This equates to at least a 75 per cent reduction in costs associated to line cleaning: including reduced labour, reduced water consumption, savings on chemicals and reduced beer wastage.

A StayClean installation requires no alterations to your cellar set-up, so you can keep serving even whilst the kit is being installed. The equipment is non-invasive, so never comes into direct contact with the liquid and therefore cannot affect the taste of the beer.

All of this is backed up with comprehensive ‘no-quibble’ guarantees on all products, as well as outstanding customer service and support.

Put us to the test – give us a call.

Click a button below to find out more about the most suitable StayClean product for your bar.

  • Up to 6 weeks between line cleans. We guarantee at least once-a-month.
  • The best devices available on the market, manufactured by Us right here in England.
  • Fantastic parts & performance, no-quibble guarantees.
  • Completely non-invasive – our devices never come into contact with your beer.
  • Alteration-free. No cellar parts are disconnected or removed during installation.
  • Outright purchase only with most venues breaking even on investment within 6 months.
  • Monthly payments available. No interest added or finance agreements.
  • Absolutely outstanding customer service! We arrive when scheduled & are always available.
  • We will NEVER rip you off

StayClean Four

Do you have more than 8 beer lines?
Are your beer lines longer than 4 pints?
Do you want us to install for you?

If yes to any, then you may need a fully managed SC Four system…

SC One

Do you have less than 8 beer lines?
Are your beer lines shorter than 4 pints?
Are you willing to spend time installing a system?

If yes to any, then you may want a self-installed SC One System

Real world results

How it works

Pledge & guarantee

Costs & payments

StayClean SC4 device

Environment & CSR

Proudly Made in Britain

All of the hardware & software required for StayClean products are designed & manufactured in Britain.

Looking for #communitypub help and inspiration?
Book your place at the next @PlunkettFoundat 'more than a pub' event, which will be held at the @thebevy on 27th Feb in Brighton.
Find out from the team of volunteer behind this #communitypub success story.

Warwickshire pub fined £140k for food hygiene breaches.
The pub remains open - but is not currently serving food.
Hopefully their beer lines are nice and clean?

Community Pub doing 'exactly what it says on the tin'.

Well played all involved.
cleanbeer photo
The Beeston Ploughshare @The_Ploughshare
A very successful coffee morning on Wednesday helped raise over £300 for a local Samaritans charity. A big thank you to all involved and your support.
This is what community pubs are all about... #thepubisthehub #communitypub

How much???
£96 for a pint and a half.
If this was draught, their waste costs would make 'em cry!

Apparently supply is finite - at just shy of £100 for 750cl, you'd think it would be demand.

Fancy a really quiet pint - escape from the modern world + try the @samsmithsbeer Commercial Hotel in Knaresborough, where mobile phones and other devices are banned: