This complex multi layered ale has a floral hop aroma with medium bodied hop, bitter taste with some fruit and sweetness.
The first beer brewed in Hewish site with the new plant when the original RCH Brewery moved site. The name derived from the then Managing Director and Graham Dunbavan, Head Brewer and the Steam as we now had a steam boiler to heat the copper.
PG Steam is available in cask at various pubs and also in 500ml bottles as an unfiltered, truly bottle conditioned beer.
|Hops:||Sovereign and Progress|
|Available in:||18g Kilderkin cask
9g Firkin cask
10 or 20 litre Poly Pins (bright)
PG Steam is 100% British Beer!
All of our beers are entirely, and proudly, British. From our West Country water, through the traditionally floor malted barley and English hops and yeast, you can be confident that PG Steam is 100% British.
Like all of our beers, the awards are vast and many, here’s a list of the most notable awards PG Steam has bagged…
|1994||Somerset CAMRA Beer Festival - Runner Up, Overall
Eastleigh Beerex - Winner, 4.4% and below
|1995||Maltings Beer Festival - Winner, Standard Bitters
Maltings Beer Festival - Reserve Champion, Overall
|1997||Burton Beer Festival - Best Bitter|
|1999||Maltings Beer Festival - Winner, Standard Bitters|
|2000||Maltings Beer Festival - Winner, Standard Bitters|
|2001||Maltings Beer Festival - Winner, Standard Bitters
Maltings Beer Festival - Champion, Overall
|2003||Maltings Beer Festival - Runner Up, Standard Bitters|
|2005||Maltings Beer Festival - Runner Up, Standard Bitters
Great British Beer Festival - Bronze, Best Bitters
|2007||SIBA South West Region Beer Competition - Reserve Champion, Overall
SIBA South West Region Beer Competition - Gold, Bitters up to 3.9%
|2010||Great British Beer Festival - Gold, Best Bitters|
|2013||SIBA South West Region Beer Competition - Silver, Standard Bitters|
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