In Pete Brown’s first book, ‘Man Walks into a Pub’, the author makes an observation about beers brewed specifically for women. “Every now and again some brewer will have another…
As a natural, live product with a limited shelf life, if a pub does not sell enough cask ale, the
beer becomes old, and loses its freshness.
In pubs beer typically represents 63% of wet sales (AC Neilsen) but do we spend any real time ensuring that we give total customer satisfaction in this area? Beer quality…
Research shows that the most common faults on beer dispense are:
– Fobbing 39%
– Temperature 18%
– Head 15%
(Source: The Publican)
A Day in the life of a cask
Making the most of the cask revival
Take note of health and safety advice when running a beer festival, get some tips here from the Health and Safety Manger from Charles Wells
By Annabel Smith, Cask Marque’s National Account & Training Manager.
I’ll be the first to admit I’m a ‘fair weather’ football fan. By that, I mean I don’t know a lot about football…