The original draught beer tap was nothing more than a simple device to control the flow of beer from a cask leaving the just residual hops inside. Our casks allow brewers to develop traditional beer recipes naturally carbonated in the cask.
According to various organizations, a real ale can only be made by using traditional natural ingredients which are left to mature in the cask through a process of secondary fermentation, before being served.
Our casks enable brewers to create these unique tasting beers and develop the extraordinary aromas which differentiate them from processed beers.
Modern casks are made using stainless steel. Brewers can fill our casks with unpasteurized fresh beer along with a measured amount of hops for flavor and aroma, then seal them to begin the secondary process. Since there is still yeast present, the sugars from the beer start a secondary fermentation which helps carbonate the beer within the cask.
Safely develop unique ales with distinct flavors and aromas with confidence using our stainless steel casks. We enable brewers to produce high quality real ale and beer by firstly adding natural ingredients and allowing these to mature in cask, followed by secondary fermentation, before being served in house to discerning customers.
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