The Railway Arms at Downham has been judged the winner of Norfolk Cider Pub of the Year 2016.
Following on from their success of being judged West Norfolk CAMRA Cider Pub of the Year, the Railway Arms has been successful in winning the county competition.
The range has grown over the years and it now regularly sells seven-plus real ciders and perries.
Amongst their range cider from local cider producer,
The Downham Cider Company, can usually be found, subject to seasonal demands.
Their success in the Norfolk competition means that The Railway Arms will move on to the next stage of the competition, the Regional Cider Pub of the Year, where they will be judged along with pubs from throughout East Anglia.
Ian and Callum Pinches, who run the Railway Arms said: “We have continued to strive to bring a frequently changing range of ciders from new and innovative producers alongside some familiar favourites and we enjoy helping customers finding fresh ciders to try.”
Andrea Briers, CAMRA’s East Anglia regional director and chairwoman of CAMRA’s cider and perry committee said: “The Railway Arm continues to impress judges with their range of ciders and perries and their promotion of the product.
“Well done to Ian and Callum on their success. ”