Mark II Keg & Carboy Washer – $84.99 + Free Shipping! + Hands on Review, Draft Line Conversion & CIP Mod

mark ii keg and carboy washer

Mark II Keg and Carboy Washer via MoreBeer

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Mark’s Mark II Keg Washer™ is designed to clean and sanitize large vessels like cornelius kegs and carboys. This keg cleaner is also intended to provide a sanitation container for miscellaneous items such as airlocks, thermometers, tubing, keg fittings, and more.

Quiet, Fun, & Easy to Use

  • Very quiet when in use and most importantly speeds up the process of cleaning and sanitizing.
    Light in weight. Easy to store.

Cleans Kegs

  • This keg washer cleans and sanitizes a cornelius keg without having to take apart the ball lock fittings, poppets, and dip tubes. You can clean the keg and the dip tube simultaneously using the T adapter.

Cleans Tubing Too

  • Cleans tube separately utilizing the pump with the additional barb fittings included.

Cleans Parts

  • Reservoir holds 1.25 gallons of water making it easy to fill and empty with sanitizer.
  • Saves water and sanitizer.

The keg washer does not have an on/off switch, you can plug it directly into a wall outlet to operate the pump or plug it into an outlet that is controlled by a switch. Never leave the keg washer unattended when in use.

When in use, fill the keg washer up to about 1 inch under the brim. The pump is not self priming, so always make sure the basin is full of water before plugging in the pump.

Owner’s Manual is included. Please read thoroughly before using. Dimensions of the inside of the washer’s reservoir are: 6″L x 12″W x 4″D.

Please Note: Product does not include the bucket, carboy, or keg pictured above for display purposes.

The pump specs are:

  • 520 GPH
  • 120 Volts AC
  • 40 watts
  • Ceramic shaft, impeller


Mark’s Keg & Carboy Washer is designed to clean and sanitize a good bit of your homebrewing gear.  Kegs (including liquid post and dip tube), Carboys, Fermenters (including Speidels), tubing, parts and more.  It’s light and easy to store, most everything nests together in the base.

I have this and it’s awesome.  This is one of my favorite pieces of homebrewing gear.  Check out my Hands on Review

  • As of this posting, MoreBeer has these on sale for just $84.99.
  • To sweeten the deal, shipping is also free to many US addresses.

Keg & Carboy Washer KEG300

Hacks and Upgrades!  Convert it to a Draft Line Cleaning Pump & Add a CIP Spray Ball

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3 thoughts on “Mark II Keg & Carboy Washer – $84.99 + Free Shipping! + Hands on Review, Draft Line Conversion & CIP Mod

  1. Nathan

    Hmm, so I purchased this a while ago and must say I was not very satisfied with it. Could take a bucket with crap on the sides, put it on the stand with more than enough PBW and let it run for hours and come back and part of the crud still be there. I like the idea, but believe the pump needs to be a higher RPG to really be effective. Your hands and time is just the best option to really clean and make sure your stuff is good for the next batch. My opinion would be to pass personally.

    1. admin Post author

      This is one of my favorite pieces of equipment. I primarily use it for kegs and it’s just awesome. I have used it for buckets, but I can’t say that I’ve used it super dirty buckets or fermenters. If you’ve got a bunch of caked on stuff it may be a little outside of range for this.

      1. Nathan

        Yeah exactly. Kegs it does work well as yeah some of the taller (pepsi?) its harder to reach the bottom so its nice in that regard and they’re stainless so its easier. Yeah I have tried just taking my bucket after kegging the beer from buckets, carboys or whatever and have yet seen it really clean whatever I was trying, to the level of being able to spray with san star and add new beer. Ive tried multiple times as well. To each their own, granted ive now transitioned over to conicals to try and get away from any buckets/carboys ever again if I can help it.

        I did buy the bottle washer add on but have not yet used that piece yet (may do it this weekend as I have 3 full conicals) to see how effective or good it is.


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