RCH Brewery Double Header (5.3%)

RCH is a new brewery to me and one that, after this, I’ll be looking to explore further.
Based in Weston-Super-Mare, I got this as part fo a mixed case and had no idea what to expect.
Double Header pours a deliciously bright orange with a feisty head and has a big aroma that’s full of marmalade and bread dough.
There’s a very nice crunchy honey rich biscuit in the malting that builds slowly throughout the drink and gives a nice round body.
It’s infused with a deep clean peppery heat that reminds me most of biting into a fresh radish.
The hops are all English country gardens with mown grass, dandelions and green allotment leaves, and then a  hint of chives in the dryness before going all bitter lemon sweet.
I could happily drink this all evening.

 

About Simon Williams

Founder of CAMRGB. Member of The British Guild Of Beer Writers. Leftist bigmouth. Old and grumpy.
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