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British Cheese Board Recommended Pub Scheme

The search is on to find the pubs that serve the best quality and range of British cheeses in the country, for the British Cheese Board Recommended Pub Scheme.

The scheme is now in its third year and aims to discover and officially credit the pubs with the best British cheese offering, to ensure that the public are served the very best British cheese and to promote the eating of tasty cheese in pubs.

To make sure no pubs miss out on winning this great accolade, The British Cheese Board is urging members of the public to nominate their local pub for official recommended status. So if your local serves the best cheesy dishes around or has a cheese range to be proud of, the British Cheese Board wants to hear from them.

Pubs will be judged on the quality and variety of British cheese served whether as part of a cheese board, Ploughman’s or as an ingredient in a cheesy dish.

Every pub that enters the scheme will be visited by a specially appointed judge who will grade the menu according to the following criteria:

Quality of presentation of British cheese on the set menu and/or blackboard
Interesting descriptions of cheese offered in terms of strength, texture and origin
The level of staff knowledge on the dishes and cheeses being served
The temperature at which uncooked cheese is served
The taste and appearance of the dishes served

The pubs that fulfil all these criteria to the judge’s satisfaction will gain British Cheese Board Recommended Status, which will entitle them to receive a BCB branded plaque, tent cards and inclusion in the 2001 Recommended Pub Guide.

To nominate your local pub, please call the British Cheese Board on 0117 921 1744 or visit



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