Chesterfield bar workers pull some of the cleanest pints in the country, a study claims.
The town is ranked third in a top-five table of locations where pub pipes are the most spotless.
Drinkers in the south have much to be bitter about – they pay more but get a worse-quality ale.
The report, by pub watchdog Cask Marque and monitoring firm Vianet, claims many landlords say seven-day line cleaning recommended by brewers takes too much time.
Most likely to get a good pint
Least likely to get a good pint