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Double Enghien Blonde

330ml Volume

$2.71 (Approximate price)

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Category:Beer
Producer: Enghien
Volume: 33cl
Alcohol Vol.: 7%
Type Of Beer: Craft
Country: Belgium
The craft Double Enghien Blonde is brewed by Enghien with its origins in Belgium and comes with an alcohol content of 7%. Drinks&Co users evaluate this beer with 4 out of 5 points.

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Double Enghien Blonde

TASTING NOTES:

  • Color: Double Enghien Blonde has a brownish red almost like a blood orange.
  • Smell: Very strong notes of raisins and dates. Bready yeast, malt and biscuits.
  • Taste: Subtle notes of raisins and other dark fruits. It has a very subtle sweetness. Mouthfeel: Medium body and medium-high carbonation. A little butter.

ABV: 7.5% Vol

TYPE OF BEER: Craft

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The original Double Enghien that was brewed by Tennstedt-Decroes, in Enghien, was an amber saison. When Brasserie de Silly bought the brewery, they changed it into a straight blond beer, as they already had a saison - the Saison de Silly. Several variants of the Double have since been introduced.
The top-fermented, regional style beer has spicy and hoppy aromas that strike first with a shrug of acidity on the tongue and a nice dry bitter aftertaste. It's a well-balanced blonde beer, in which no ingredient is overpowering.
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La Brasserie de Silly Founded in 1850, the Silly Brewery is a craft brewery located in Silly, Belgium, in the province of Hainaut. In 1947, the activity of the brewery takes over the farm. It produces as high fermentation beers like Grisette, Saison and Scotch. In 1950 it sells its first pils. In 1975 she bought the brewery Tennstedt Decroes in Enghien, allowing it to add Double Enghien to its range of beers. The research efforts of this independent family business then lead to the creation of the white beer Titje (1990) and Green and Pink Killer beers Killer.Une Belgian secular tradition perpetuated today by the 5th generation and unanimously hailed for its beers high quality. BELGIAN BEER AND BALANCED FRESH
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