Our range of bar cleaning supplies
Cleanliness is more than just a chore — it's also an essential part of the hospitality experience. With the right products, bars and restaurants can ensure every drink is served with clean, hygienic supplies.
BractonSafe Craft Beerline & Cider Cleaner
Craft beer and cider have taken the world by storm, but they come with their own unique cleaning requirements. BractonSafe Craft Beer Line Cleaner is a brewery-approved solution that uses the latest surface active technology. Not only is it non-hazardous, ensuring a safer workplace, but it also enhances beer presentation and head retention.
Bracton Pink Glass Soaker
Cloudy glasses or stubborn lipstick stains can be a bartender's nightmare. Bracton Pink Soaking Powder is a powerful solution that removes even the heaviest of stains with ease. Recommended for a weekly deep clean, it ensures that every glass shines like new. Whether you're using a Bracton Commercial Glasswasher or opting for manual cleaning, this soaker guarantees sparkling results every time.
Bracton Glasswash Concentrate
Every glass deserves a thorough clean between drinks. The BractonSafe Glasswash is a brewery-approved detergent that not only lifts stains but also eliminates the need for drying agents like rinse aids. It's non-corrosive, making it safe for both staff and glassware. Plus, it ensures that beer holds its head longer in the glass.
Bracton Tap & Fittings Soaker
Taps and fittings are often overlooked in the cleaning process, but they need regular attention to keep your bar safe and hygienic. Breweries recommend that these components be disassembled and soaked fortnightly. The Bracton Taps & Fittings Soaker is perfect for this task, effectively removing beer stone, mould and surface corrosion. After a brief soak, your fittings will be clean and ready for action.
Cellars can be breeding grounds for mould and bacteria. Cellar Clean is a potent bacteriost Ideal for cleaning cellar walls, floors, stainless steel bench tops and other food contact surfaces. It's a must-have for establishments with extensive storage areas.
Bracton Glasswasher Descaler/Cleaner
Over time, glasswashers can accumulate residues and develop unpleasant odours. The Bracton Descaler is a dual-action solution that not only cleans but also deodorises these machines. By making it a part of regular maintenance, you can ensure your glasswashers remain in peak condition, delivering clean glasses every time.
At Leisure Coast Hospitality & Packaging, we supply a massive range of cleaning supplies tailored to the unique needs of the industry, making it a one-stop shop for all cleaning requirements.
FAQs about bar cleaning supplies
How often should beer lines be cleaned to ensure optimal taste and safety?
Beer lines should be cleaned regularly to maintain the best quality and safety standards. For the best taste and to prevent microbial growth, it's recommended to clean beer lines every two weeks. Some establishments even opt for a weekly cleaning routine, especially if they serve a high volume of beer.
Can the same cleaning solution be used for glasses and beer taps or fittings?
While some cleaning solutions might be versatile enough to clean both glasses and beer taps, it's essential to ensure your cleaner is suitable for each specific purpose.
Glasses require detergents that effectively remove stains, lipstick marks and fingerprints without leaving residues. Beer taps and fittings need solutions that can tackle beer stone, mould and other buildups specific to beer dispensing equipment. Always check the product label or consult the manufacturer to ensure you’ve got the right cleaner for the job.
How can I prevent cloudy or chalky residues on glasses after washing?
To prevent cloudy or chalky residues on glasses:
Use the Right Detergent: Ensure you use a detergent specifically designed for glassware. Some detergents can leave residues or not effectively remove all buildups.
- Rinse Thoroughly: Ensure glasses are thoroughly rinsed after washing to remove detergent residues.
- Water Quality: Hard water can lead to mineral deposits on glasses. Consider using a water softener or a descaling agent if you notice consistent issues.
- Temperature: Ensure the rinse water is at the recommended temperature, usually around 82°C (180°F), to effectively sanitise and prevent residues.
- Regular Maintenance: Periodically deep clean glasses using specialised soaking solutions to remove stubborn buildups.