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ESB stands for Extra Special/Strong Bitter, a classic variety of English Ale. The style originated with Fuller’s of London, and is hoppier and more assertive than the pale or bitter ale.
Esters are chemical byproducts of yeast’s fermentation of wort into beer that can impart fruity flavors like banana, apple and pears.
A beer engine is a hand-pump that pulls beer from a cask rather than relying on pressurized hardware. It originated in England where cask-beers are very common.