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CASK Pub & Kitchen
Great Beer, Great Food, and Loads and Loads of Awards
Location: 6 Charlwood Street, Pimlico, SW1V 6EE
Description: 'CASK Pub and Kitchen' was born out of a deep desire to create something very unique and special. Back in the middle of 2009 before the craft beer revolution had really gotten started they embarked upon a project which today is seen as having led the way for a whole new breed of pub in the UK.
They source the best beers from the UK, Europe, America and beyond to offer what is a truly unrivalled selection in terms of quantity and more importantly quality.
A visit to CASK Pub and Kitchen is unique for many reasons not only because they were the first UK pub to bring together the best real ales from Great Britain with the best beers in keg and bottle from around the world.
Despite being located far from London's trendy hot spots in Pimlico they have gained a truly staggering number of awards and accolades since opening.
The Publican Magazine Pub of the Year 2011
Best Cask Ale Pub in London (Great British Pub Awards 2011)
CAMRA West London Pub of the Year 2011
The 2nd highest rated pub in the entire UK (from respected beer bible website ratebeer.com)