Aged: No age statement
Product of: Netherlands
The name ‘Engels’ is a clue to this being De Molen’s Dutch interpretation of an English cask ale. Brewed using Pale and Cara barley malts, Sladek and Amarillo bittering hops - Sladek from the Czech Republic also used for dry hopping. Bottled without pasteurisation. 9° Plato, 30 EBU
Review and Tasting
Sampled on 15/10/2012
(2-Mar-12) Cloudy, coppery amber with thin but long lasting off-white sudsy head and heavy lacing.
Bready apricot and peach fruit with grassy piney hops.
Bitter sweet with creamy mouth feel, pronounced stone fruit (apricot and lychee), vegetal notes with pine and grassy hops.
Peach, apricot and overripe banana fruit with lingering grassy hops. Just a tad too much sweet fruitiness.