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Improving Beer Quality in Pubs

Since 1997 Cask Marque has been ensuring that the cask ale you drink in pubs has been in perfect condition. Each year our 45 qualified assessors make over 20,000 visits to pubs in England, Scotland, Wales, Europe and even the U.S to check the temperature, appearance, aroma and taste of Britain’s favourite drink.

Visit a Cask Marque accredited pub and you are guaranteed to receive a great pint of cask ale.

A RANDOMLY GENERATED PUB PROFILE FROM OUR 10223 MEMBERS

AMBASSADOR HALL OF FAME

  • 1. Simon Barton3822 scans
  • 2. Alison Graham3690 scans
  • 3. John Graham3690 scans
  • 4. Mick Allen3688 scans
  • 5. Glynn Hemingway3561 scans
  • 6. Alan ash2770 scans
  • 7. Keith Bunyan2677 scans
  • 8. Paul Carter2677 scans
  • 9. Paul Flint2619 scans
  • 10. Carl Griffin2458 scans

TOP 10 ALES – voted by you

Cyclops Beers

1. Old Empire Marstons [94%]
Old Empire
ABV:
See
Eye iconGolden Brown
Smell
Nose iconCitrus, Fruity, Hop
Taste
Mouth iconCitrus Hop, Sweet, Warming
Bitter
Sweet
2. Jaipur Thornbridge [93%]
Jaipur
ABV:
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Eye iconMellow Yellow
Smell
Nose iconHoney, Lemongrass
Taste
Mouth iconLemon Zest, Quaffable
Bitter
Sweet
3. Special Oatmeal Stout Coniston [91%]
Special Oatmeal Stout
ABV:
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Eye iconMahogany Ruby Black
Smell
Nose iconDark Chocolate, Roasted, Dry Finish
Taste
Mouth iconBurnt, Coffee, Smoky
Bitter
Sweet
4. Loweswater Gold Cumbrian Legendary Ales [90%]
Loweswater Gold
ABV:
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Eye iconPale Gold
Smell
Nose iconHoppy, Citrus, Zesty
Taste
Mouth iconSweet, Lemon, Fruity
Bitter
Sweet
5. King Goblin Wychwood [90%]
King Goblin
ABV:
See
Eye iconChestnut Auburn
Smell
Nose iconPear Drops, Pineapple, Malty
Taste
Mouth iconFruity, Bitter, Roasted
Bitter
Sweet
6. Old Peculier Theakstons [90%]
Old Peculier
ABV:
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Eye iconDeep Dark Ruby
Smell
Nose iconFruity, Mellow, Warming
Taste
Mouth iconRich, Full Bodied, Fruity
Bitter
Sweet
7. 1872 Porter Elland [90%]
1872 Porter
ABV:
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Eye iconRosewood, Dark Ruby Red
Smell
Nose iconWiney, Chocolate, Coffee
Taste
Mouth iconRoasted, Smooth, Bittersweet
Bitter
Sweet
8. Landlord Timothy Taylor [89%]
Landlord
ABV:
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Eye iconPale Amber
Smell
Nose iconCitrus, Hoppy, Fruity
Taste
Mouth iconFull, Sweet, Lingering Hop
Bitter
Sweet
9. Jarl Fyne Ales Scotland [89%]
Jarl
ABV:
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Eye iconGolden Yellow
Smell
Nose iconCitrus, Blackcurrant, Lychees
Taste
Mouth iconZesty, Hoppy, Dry Finish
Bitter
Sweet
10. Saint Petersburg Thornbridge [89%]
Saint Petersburg
ABV:
See
Eye iconRuby Black
Smell
Nose iconSweet Black Coffee
Taste
Mouth iconSmooth, Warming, Dry Finish
Bitter
Sweet
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