Keg Ale Vs Cask Ale

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I did a whole course in cellar management and beers etc as part of one of my older jobs and loved it. This was just like that but without the beer to drink at the same time!

Rosie

I found it very interesting when I did my course, it was really enjoyable. I hope you really enjoyed this post ๐Ÿ˜

Hey Luke. Very interesting read – you’ll make experts of us all yet! There’s no rushing with the preparation process is there? Good things come to those who wait ๐Ÿ˜‰

Couldnโ€™t agree more Richie, itโ€™s important to be patient when it comes to the preparation of real ale ๐Ÿ˜

As with all good things, it sounds like Keg ale is the less delicate and involved process and can be consumed straight away, making it easier to get into the hands of pub goers. While I have nothing against something more convenient, I love that cask ale requires more attention and finesse. The patience factor always attracts me.
Thanks for sharing an informative and well-written guide!

I believe this is why many people enjoy cask ale because it has to be truly and well looked after. Iโ€™m really glad you enjoyed reading this post ๐Ÿ˜

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