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1 in 3 pints are dirty – UK report

By |2019-05-28T22:46:00+09:30May 28th, 2019|News|

No such study has been carried out here to our knowledge... our anecdotal experience is that its probably similar here in Australia. Why is it so? Why do pubs risk selling dirty beer? Because, it is task that must be carried out regularly, often not a glamourous job... often delayed due to 'lack of [...]

Maxi-Enzyme BLC tested by International brewery testing authority

By |2019-05-28T22:44:11+09:30May 28th, 2019|News, Product Info|

Campden BRI in London (UK) was established in 1919 and has become the foremost provider of scientific support and technical services to the brewing industry worldwide. Maxi-Enzyme Australia Pty Ltd engaged Campden BRI to validate the efficacy of the multi-enzymatic beer line cleaner and to the best of our knowledge is the only beer [...]

Team SA expands

By |2019-04-15T10:54:20+09:30April 15th, 2019|News|

Nate Scutter our Territory Manager in SA has expanded his team, welcome Ricci & Franca. They both come with a wealth of customer service background, we look forward to working with you to share our CLEANER BEER, FOR LONGER good news story. Ricci King SA Account Manager 0475 389 100 Franca Martino SA [...]

Dosing Pump example with warm water

By |2019-02-27T12:01:20+09:30October 23rd, 2018|Product Info|

Maxi-Enzyme Beer Line Cleaner is very effective, efficient and safe. The key to its performance is hot water. Hot water out of the tap is generally tempered to 50°C, there are 2 components that are sensitive to warmer water within a draught beer system, FloJet beverage pumps (49°C) and chemical dosing pumps (40°C). Below is an [...]


By |2018-07-26T14:22:02+09:30July 26th, 2018|Case Study|

We have been conducting a longitudinal study of our complete Right Beer system at The Precinct, Darwin NT. The CellarControl system was installed 29th November, 2017, on the same day we took the 4 beer samples and sent to Sydney for testing... the lines were due for cleaning the following day. The venue had [...]

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VIDEO – Floating organic matter from beer line clean

By |2018-05-01T13:28:02+09:30May 1st, 2018|News, Videos|

This is a great visual of how effective the multi-enzymatic features of Maxi-Enzyme Beer Line Cleaner work... and in conjunction with CellarControl, we can inhibit the growth of biofilm in your beer lines 24/7. We have validations that we can provide a higher quality beer after 6 weeks, than the client was achieving with [...]