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Cleaning co2 lines

When my keg was empty and I was taking it out of my freezer to clean it I noticed that my co2 line has some beer that some how got forces up into it. I filled my keg with a no rinse cleaner ,pressures up my keg and cut my line of the barb fitting before it went into the regular and tipped the keg on the side. I ran as much cleaner back through the lines till the take ran out of pressure. . . The lines look ok now. Would anyone dare guess if this is sufficient enough to get those lines cleaned out. Thanks.

It’s fine

Should be fine. Just cleaned all the beerlines last weeek. Ready for new beer to flow true

I also would say that’s good. Not much can grow in a CO2 environment anyway.

Thank you all for your reply as always appreciate everyone expertise.

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