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Cask consumers: demographic is vital says Paul Nunny

The Cask Report 2018

Cask is craft, not keg, according to consumers

By Nikkie Sutton

Cask Report 2018 director Paul Nunny has outlined what consumers really think about cask and keg beer ahead of the report's release later this month.

Declining Market: cask beer sales have fallen 5% in the past six years

The Cask Report 2018

Cask beer sales down 5%

By James Beeson

Overall sales of cask beer have fallen by 5% in the past six years, according to data compiled by the British Beer & Pub Association (BBPA) for The Cask Report 2018.

Evolution of Cyclops: Cask Masque have taken on the running of the beer-tasting notes scheme

Cask Marque becomes new owners of Cyclops

By Georgina Townshend

Cask Marque has taken on the running of the beer-tasting notes scheme Cyclops after its founders said it had “outgrown its home”.

Clean break: beer hygiene is under the spotlight

7 day beer line cleaning rule ‘not strictly true’

By Nicholas Robinson

Cleaning beer lines every seven days is not necessarily the tell of good hygiene, on-trade cellar sanitisation firm Avani has claimed after a report outed the ‘dirtiest’ beer in Britain.

A plan: Cask Marque will launch a training scheme for pubs

Cask Marque’s first bar staff training plan

By Nicholas Robinson

Real ale champions at Cask Marque have revealed plans to produce the pub trade’s first comprehensive training scheme to help the sector serve cask ale at its best.

Bad beer: where's the best place to go for a pint?

Where are the ‘dirtiest’ pints in Britain?

By Nicholas Robinson

Operators in the south-west of England have been called out by this year’s Beer Quality Report as the most likely in the UK to pour pints from unclean lines.