With real ale currently outperforming almost every other drink on the bar, and increased number of people trying it, there's never been a better time to master how to keep, store and serve cask ale. In a fully revised and updated edition of this CAMRA classic, Patrick O'Neill explains all you need to know about running a good cellar and ensuring that the pint you serve does both pub and brewer proud. "Cellarmanship" is a must-have book if you are a professional or student in the drinks trade, a beer festival organiser or simply a keen amateur wishing to serve a decent pint at a private party. Patrick O'Neill shares decades of experience, detailed technical expertise and a lifetime of passionate enthusiasm for real ale. Anyone wishing to learn more about storing, keeping and serving cask ale in the correct manner need look no further. Step-by-step instructions, concise knowledge and interesting anecdotes make this a book to keep and refer to time and time again.
- Paperback | 152 pages
- 127 x 195.58 x 5.08mm | 208.65g
- 01 Apr 2011
- CAMRA BOOKS
- St Albans, United Kingdom
- 5th Revised edition
"A great resource." The Boathouse Brewery (Columbus, Ohio)"
About Patrick O'Neill
Patrick O'Neill is the author of three previous edition of Cellarmanship, all published by CAMRA. He studied physics and sent more than 30 years working as an engineer in the electronics industry. His science and engineering experience proved useful in running CAMRA beer festivals and for several decades the bar and cellar of a busy Private Members Club, and this book was produced as a result of that experience. The technical aspects of making, keeping and selling beer have always been of consuming interest to him.