Cellarmanship (6th edition)

The definitive guide to storing, caring for and serving cask ale, suitable for the keen amateur and seasoned professional alike.

Published October 2015

‘A great resource’ The Boathouse Brewery (Columbus, Ohio)

‘I can’t recommend this book too highly’ Steve Hamburg, All About Beer magazine.

Patrick O’Neill studied physics and spent 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.

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Weight 210 kg

About The Author

Patrick O'Neill

Patrick O'Neill studied physics and spent 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.

An essential book for professionals in the drinks trade, beer festival organisers and keen amateurs wishing to serve a decent pint at a function. This established CAMRA classic explains all you need to know about cellaring and serving real ale, with step-by-step instructions, concise information, illuminating anecdotes and new content on KeyCask, FastCask and other recent technologies, added for the sixth edition.

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