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Brewed by Duyck
Style: Pale Lager
Jenlain, France

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RATINGS: 262   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.69/5   EST. CALORIES: 180   ABV: 6%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Filtered, and lagered but unpasteurised.
Launched in 2000 as Jenlain Blonde. Changed to Jenlain No. Six in March 2005, with Jenlain Blonde name being used for a new 7.5% beer.
With its splendid golden hues and fruity tones, Jenlain No. Six has a distinctive bitter finish and a hoppy nose. The barley-scented liquor sparkles under its light, foamy head. Light and thirst-quenching, with a rich characteristic savour, it is best served at between 5 and 6°C, with a meal or as an aperitif.

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3.2
Nagash (207) - Paris, FRANCE - OCT 1, 2002
UPDATED: MAR 11, 2004 Fruity, strong bitterness, well balanced, original taste.

2.1
SilkTork (5738) - Southampton, United Kingdom, Hampshire, ENGLAND - SEP 19, 2002
UPDATED: JAN 20, 2012 Sept, 2002. Jenlain Blonde, Bottle Full mouth - over sweet. A little too thick to be refreshing, and not enough variety to make interesting. [2.0]
March 2003 Jenlain Blonde, Bottle Hops are quite flowery in a Pilsner style with that hint of hay which suggests Saaz. Nose is honey yeast. Finish is mildly spicy. Other than a fairly firm mouthfeel this comes across as a bottom fermented beer. [2.4]
June, 2006 Jenlain Six, Can. Like the Jenlain Amber this tastes like a pale lager with a touch of speciality malt. The speciality malts gives a touch of must and rosemary. There’s some sweet fruit in the finish. An unremarkable lager, though quite drinkable. [2.0]
Oct, 2010 Jenlain Six, Can. Leclerc, Valreas. Stale tap water and light mineral notes. No awareness of strength. Modest fruit and malt. Modest all round. [2.1]

4.9
eddieerb99 (4) - battle creek, Michigan, USA - AUG 31, 2002 does not count
One of the best french ales, light in color but robust and full flavored a great summer drink, the blonde is a big step up from the brown. This squeeks by 3 monts as the best French ale

2.3
caesar (7156) - Bunnik/Utrecht, NETHERLANDS - AUG 23, 2002
Tastes a bit like a pilsener. Nothing special. Smells bad. Appearance is nice pale, with small but lasting head. Taste is bit sweet, watery. Dry palate.

3.2
mwesth (279) - Skovlunde, DENMARK - JUL 24, 2002
UPDATED: JAN 24, 2005 Fruit and vanilla in the aroma. The taste developes a lot in the glass, so don’t drink it too quick.

3.6
Kåstå (1273) - Mol, BELGIUM - JUL 5, 2002
Hop and a faint smell of vanilla caramel. Golden yellow, medium head, small bubbles. A bit sweet. Some harshness comes in at the end. A well balanced beer.

3.6
OlJuntan64 (1265) - Perth, AUSTRALIA - JUL 4, 2002
I also like this fruity beer better than the regular Jenlain. Pale yellow clear with small but slowly evaporating head. Intriguing aroma - woody, hops, fruity caramel, floral nectar, pasta/cookie dough, and Vanilla!! Medium body. Smooth, somewhat oily feeling and looking, sweetish caramel and and reasonable bitter balanced start. Dry slightly raw finish. A very interesting beer for a blonde. A good job lads - keepem coming!

3.5
austinpowers (2828) - San Francisco, California, USA - JUN 16, 2002
Above average and better than the regular Jenlain. Slightly cloudy appearance. Lacked the alcohol taste of regular Jenlain, too - which is a good thing. Very pleasant brew.

3
karsten (240) - odense, DENMARK - JUN 12, 2002
Fruity, earthy nose and flavour. Light-bodied and lager-like appearance considering it’s 6 % alcohol content. Very overpriced!

2.8
malbert (105) - odense, DENMARK - JUN 12, 2002
Fruity with a lagers appearance with a sweet finish.


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