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Storing and Serving Real Beer

Delivery and Storage

  • Ensure ‘best before’ date has at least 14 days shelf life before signing for delivery
  • Store immediately in a cooled area – 12ºC-14ºC (53ºF-57ºF)
  • Rotate stock to ensure you use the oldest first
  • Seal all empty casks before returning to prevent infection of other beers

Serving

  • Storing & Serving Real BeerTemperature – use a thermometer to measure temperature of the beer in the glass. It should read between 12°C-14°C(53°F-57°F)
  • Appearance – the beer should be bright and should create a lacing on the side of the glass when drunk. This means the beer has ‘condition’
  • Aroma – is it appetising?
  • Taste - most important of all, it should taste clean and fresh and not dull and tainted
 
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