Definition of cask-conditioned in English:

cask-conditioned

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adjective

(Of beer) undergoing a secondary fermentation in the cask and not filtered, pasteurized, or further processed before serving.
More example sentences
  • One of the house beers will be a cask-conditioned ale drawn by hand-pump.
  • Real ale, or cask-conditioned ale, is brewed without additives and carbonated right in the serving vessel (the cask) by the action of living yeast.
  • Founded in 1971, it fought for the return of traditional, cask-conditioned beer to Britain's pubs to counterbalance the rise of keg’ ales and lagers.

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