February 01, 2017 1 min read

Our cider-maker: Matteo Corazzolla, is also our head-brewer; he is a fan of jazz music. His ingredients are the instruments in his orchestra, and the cider and beer he makes: the music!

For our beers, the‘instrumentsin theorchestra’are fresh water from the Roen mountain, and carefully selected barley, hops and yeast. When, in 2013, Matteo added a micro-brewery to our existing cider business, it was built completely to his specification, enabling him to produce small-batch brews where he can control every stage of the brewing process.

Each of our beers is a unique expression of our raw materials, a piece of music from Matteo...enjoy!

Pura Gluten Free Italian craft beer 330ml

  • Medium-bodied unfiltered Italian craft‘Hell’ / Lager-style beer

  • Ingredients: water, barley malt (Pilsner and Vienna), hops (Saaz and

    Herkules), yeast

  • Gluten is removed from barley malt by enzymes, resulting in a beer with

    less than 20ppm (parts per million) of gluten.

  • alc. 4.7% vol.

  • IBU. 23

  • Tasting note: Amber colour; gentle carbonation; a smooth, rounded and

    lightly hoppy palate, with a soft, clean aftertaste.

  • Serving suggestion: Serve at 46 degrees as a perfect accompaniment to

    local cheeses such as ‘Dolomiti

  • Brewer: Matteo Corazzolla

 

Francesco Amato
Francesco Amato


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