Why choose us?
We cool? Hell yeah, we be chillin’!
To ensure that all our beers are as fresh as possible from the breweries to your cellar we keep all our beer at 6°C. This ought to be the standard – beer is keep well so it still tastes great when you get it, avoiding those disappointing hop-degraded oxidised pale ales & over-carbonated kegs. Better quality, less waste, happy customers. (And happy brewers we hope.)
In the pursuit of quality beer: Gotta catch ’em all!
We’re serious about our commitment to ensuring our beer is in good hands, so we’ve trained up with beery qualifications such as the BIIAB/Cask Marque ABCQ and Beer Academy “Advanced Course”, the Cicerone Certified Beer Server as well as the CAMRA/GBBF festival/”cellar” management course. Our industry needs more & better education – and we’re exploring all options.
Lurking in cellars to get beer pouring
All beer we supply is fully supported – we know our product; we don’t just move it around. We deliver from our coldstore directly to cellars; we don’t want the risk of a random delivery service losing the product somewhere warm for a day, or just lobbing beer to be sat in the sun for hours by the back door. From cask cooling to troubleshooting a fobby keg… we want our product served well.
We also geek out with beer tech
Want to get your cellar ready to serve indie keg beer? We know a thing or two about keg dispense – ask away about the best way to get started. We can install free-of-tie keg lines, support existing keg lines, and provide training & equipment for handling modern keg formats. Good keg beer needs as much love & attention as good cask beer.
We really, really like good beer. The stuff that from a sniff, to a small sip, y ou know you'd enjoy the experience even after your glass has been long emptied. And we really appreciate the talent and hard graft that the breweries put out to create such beer that we'd like to ensure that the beer that hits your lips is exactly as the brewer intended.
When we first started, it was rather rare to find those beers from those breweries we loved beyond the traditional English bitter styles. What we yearned was variety, consistency, and acceptance that good beer can be found in more than one type of dispense.
It's no cake walk going against the long accepted ways of cellars warmer than they should, a fixation on only cheap cask and disappointing beer. But here is our effort in help fixing that: so good beer can be available for everyone.