Cask Marque is the independent organisation set up to improve the quality of cask ale in pubs via an accreditation scheme.
Rose & Crown manager Louise Williams received the plaque after independent assessors checked all cask ales on sale against four key criteria — temperature, appearance, aroma and taste.
M&B has been running the scheme since receiving its first Cask Marque plaque six years ago.
Executive chairman, Bob Ivell said: “We’re very proud of the Rose & Crown receiving a Cask Marque accreditation and the plaque on the wall reflects the hard work Louise has undertaken to achieve it. To have these high standards established in 1,000 pubs means we can guarantee our guests that every pint is served perfectly from the cellar to the glass.”
Paul Nunny, director of Cask Marque said: “Congratulations to the Rose & Crown and to Mitchells & Butlers on gaining their 1000th accreditation. It is a fantastic achievement to have so many pubs with the Cask Marque Award and this is a sign of M&Bs commitment to beer quality and customer satisfaction.
"We see first-hand the effort that the company put into quality through training and the results of this are evident in the great pint of cask ale you are guaranteed in any one of these 1,000 pubs.”