Welcome to Right Beer Solutions.

For many years now, the beer industry has been heavily involved in training of OH&S procedures in venues on how best to handle the very dangerous pH14 beer line cleaning caustics. The harsh reality is these chemicals will inflict permanent injury if the safe practices are not acutely followed on every single occasion.

The safest and surest method is to use a safer product and system.

Our DIY solution is the safest beer line cleaning solution, it uses a safer product and you clean less often which in itself minimises the ‘risk opportunities’.

All without affecting tap beer quality… in fact we have proven to provide exceptional tap beer quality. Our numerous Case Studies have verified that we have provided consistently better tap beer quality after 6 weeks than the venues were achieving previously with fortnightly cleaning.

What would consistently better tap quality do for your business?

And, what if we said that our solution is cashflow positive, if you’re cleaning weekly or fortnightly?

Add to that, you can dramatically improve your OH&S practices, using a highly effective multi-enzymatic cleaner, which is safe to handle and proven to perform.

Plus, we have a range of guides & recommendations that can be shared with your venue staff and we offer a cleaning reminder service.

There are many independant laboratory validated tests to prove our system works and a growing list of clients that can vouch for that too.

Please have a look around and let us know if you wish to know more about a modern efficient and safe way to achieve consistently exceptional tap beer.

What is the cause of tap beer spoilage?

Lines require cleaning due to a build-up of organic growth that occurs between line cleans. Beer is a live food source and brewing itself is a science of managing bacterias, in fact many keg beers may even have some counts of bacteria at the time of arrival.

A single bacterial cell is relatively harmless, but that changes when they bind together and form a biofilm. This occurs when the first bacterial cell attaches to the  wall lining, they are social and invite others to join them, a protein substance forms to bind all the bacteria together, this is the formation of a biofilm. It is widely  considered that the adhesive nature of these proteins are of the strongest adhesives known.

The below illustration indicates the cycle of a single cell attaching to the wall and growing into biofilm.

The key to a successful line clean is to remove 100% of all organic matter from the lines at each event, if this doesn’t occur, ‘anchors’ can remain behind, allowing  for prompt reattachment post clean. Factors that influence the success of a line clean are primarily attributed to the cleaning frequency and the quality of the cleaner used.

There has been many developments in beer styles and seasonal brews of recent time, that have varying bacterial activity. Combined with more discerning beer drinkers that have a greater awareness and expectation of exceptional tap beer quality.

Now there is a new and safer way to achieve and maintain exceptional tap beer quality.

We have partnered with the 'best in class' technologies, developed guides and scheduling support, all of which form the 4 pillars of our solution.

We had CellarControl installed January 2018, and I couldn’t be happier with the results. We pour 16 different beers on tap at any one time, so beer quality is of the utmost importance. No more fortnightly cleans and our beer has never looked or tasted better. The CellarControl / Right Beer system saves me time, money and is hassle free.

Highly recommended!