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CAMRA Winner - Best Bitter 1998
Gold Medal - Best Bitter - Champion Beer of Britain 2001
"Yellow/gold, pale bitter with a floral, citric hop aroma with pale malt. Hops predominante in a full-bodied similar taste, which is slightly sweet and fruity. Finish is just as good, if longer. Very tasty.."
Campaign for Real Ale, The Good Beer Guide 1999, p.506 RCH Pitchfork
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RCH Brewery started up in 1983, at the Royal Clarence Hotel in Burnham-on-Sea, but soon the growing demand forced RCH to move out to West Hewish, where they could produce a wider variety of beers .
Commemorating the local Pitchfork rebellion in 1685, this is a single malt beer made only with pale malt. This makes it a particular light, golden beer, with a fresh hoppy aftertaste.
Light yellow, gold beer.
Pale bitter with a floral, citric hop aroma with pale malt.
Hops predominate in a full-bodied similar taste, which is slightly sweet and fruity.
Finish is just as good, if longer with a fresh hoppy aftertaste.
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