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Local Cask Ale

Postby keezer » March 23rd, 2017, 2:56 pm

I know there are a few places around town that have a beer engine and some that throw a cask on the counter. Are there any local establishments that serve cask conditioned ale and make an attempt to serve it in adherence with at least the key "traditional" principles (venting the cask to reach optimal carbonation and storing/serving at 50-55°F)?
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Re: Local Cask Ale

Postby JeremyDanner » March 23rd, 2017, 3:09 pm

keezer wrote:I know there are a few places around town that have a beer engine and some that throw a cask on the counter. Are there any local establishments that serve cask conditioned ale and make an attempt to serve it in adherence with at least the key "traditional" principles (venting the cask to reach optimal carbonation and storing/serving at 50-55°F)?


McCoy's typically does a good job with their cask ales.
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Re: Local Cask Ale

Postby thomas15 » March 29th, 2017, 6:09 pm

Torn Label will be producing some casks soon. Look for some beers available in 2-3 weeks. they will be House Brew variants.
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