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Beer line

Postby JoeP87 » Sun Mar 19, 2017 01:25

I'm new to using a hand pump (only dispensed straight from pressure barrel previously). I have my hand pump and my polypin but what connectors do i need to get everything working together? Obviously i need a line but which type? There seems to be a few. My hand pump is an angram if this helps.

Thanks in advance for any responses.
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Re: Beer line

Postby Dennis King » Sun Mar 19, 2017 14:56

I use the same set up and use just food grade tubing.
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Re: Beer line

Postby Kyle_T » Sun Mar 19, 2017 15:05

Dennis King wrote:I use the same set up and use just food grade tubing.


A little more information might help Dennis :lol: but you're old so we will forgive you.

To expand a little, 1/2" Food Grade Silicone Tubing or 1/2" Braided Silicone Tubing and a Jubilee Clip.

The Malt Miller sells the unbraided 1/2" Silicone Tubing as well as eBay and many home brew suppliers.
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Re: Beer line

Postby Dennis King » Sun Mar 19, 2017 15:12

Kyle_T wrote:
Dennis King wrote:A little more information might help Dennis :lol: but you're old so we will forgive you.


Old.......me.......... :nono:
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Re: Beer line

Postby sledgehammer » Mon Mar 20, 2017 14:06

hi
i used 1/2" inside diameter braided food grade pvc pipe (i have seen this used in pubs too)
its a easy simple setup youll also need jubilee clips of suitable size too
my theory is the less joints in the system the better so mine is just one lenght of pipe

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Re: Beer line

Postby JoeP87 » Mon Apr 03, 2017 20:59

Sorry for the delay but thank you all very much!
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