1410 is distinguished by a very nice balance between fruitiness and hop bitterness combined with a modest alcohol content. 1410 is a unique character and specialty of which the pleasant hop bitterness guarantees a potabled beer for all 4 seasons in the Purmerend jubilee year 2010. 1410, the name of this Purmerend specialty has been derived from the following historical description: Waterland in 1410 was owned by Count William VI. His treasurer William Eggert had to restore order and got in 1410 the glory in 1410 in Purmerend n. Within three years he built Purmer Steijn lock in a strategic position, where the road between Amsterdam and Hoorn 'the Where' crosses. William Eggert died in 1417.
- Commodities: Water, Pilsener-, Pale Ale-, Crystal-, Wheat- and Black malt, Oat Flakes, Saaz, East Kent Goldings- and Challenger hops and Yeast.
- Aroma fragrance: Fruity (apple, pear), slightly hoppy.
- Main links: Fruity, bitter, slightly caramel.
- Mouth Feeling: Sticky.
- Aftertaste: Sweet, the spiciness is increasing, but is certainly not dominant.
- Fermentation: Top fermentation, not pasteurized and secondary fermentation in the bottle.
- Alc. 5,5% Vol. / Extract: 13° Plato
- Color: ~25 EBC. / Bitterness: ~25 EBU.