C.I.D.

Commemorative beer for the premature disappearance of biscuit, torn to pieces by stray dogs. Born in collaboration with the friends of the all grain beershop, it is an ipa session as fresh and aromatic as easy to drink, with a hopping characterized by american hops that give the beer hints of citrus and tropical fruit. A beer designed to cheer the palate, to be drunk in buckets. The cat is dead, long live the cat.

To Be Combined with Itself Pint after Pint. If You Want to Try It at the Table, Use It to Cleanse the Palate of Fried Fish or Vegetables. It Goes Well with Grilled Meats and Medium-aged Pasta Filata Cheeses.

TypologySession IPA
Alcohol4.5% VOL
Temperature8/10 ° C

Centobocche Pacific Saison

Our Brewer Is Unable to Curb His Passion for Hops. It Goes Without Saying That the First Version of the Centobocche Is a Version of the Original with a Massive Dry Hop of Oceanian Hops. Like the Centobocche, This Peaceful Saison Will Amaze You with Its Drinkability, but the Drink Will Be Dominated by Tropical Notes and Will Close with a More Pronounced Bitterness, so That Your Desire for Hops Can Be Satisfied.

To Be Drunk with Savory Meats, Medium-aged Cheeses, Murici in Salad and, after Responsible Consumption, It Amazes with Sea Urchins.

TypologyPacific Saison
Alcohol5.2% VOL
Temperature7/9 ° C

Centobocche Saison

From Wallonia to Our Land, We Wanted to Brew a Very Classic Saison, Which We Will Use as the Basis for a Series of Ever New Beers. Centobocche for the Different Variations That Will Characterize It, Because (We Hope) They Are Beers That Will Make Everyone Happy. The Pleasant Slightly Spicy Scent Reconfirms Itself on the Palate, Where Your Tongue Will Be Delighted by a Pleasant Effervescence, a Dry Finish and a Chemesthetic Sensation of Pepper That Will Make You Thank You for Wanting to Drink It. The Rusticity of This Beer Is Increased by the Use of Majorcan Wheat, a Traditional Sicilian Wheat.

Combine It with Raw Seafood, Fries, Your Favorite Street Food but above All Use It as an Ace up the Sleeve Against Parched Heat. The Combination with the Sea Water That Remains on the Lips after a Dip in the Blue Is Amazing.

TypologySaison
Alcohol5.2% VOL
Temperature7/9 ° C

American Brown Ale

The Style Was Introduced by American Homebrewers to Which We Have Remained Fairly Loyal, but Using English Noble Malt Instead of American Base Malt. A Nice Translucent Brown, with a Compact and Persistent Foam. The Complexity of the Beer Is Predicted by Its Aroma, an Intertwining of Notes of Malt, Hazelnuts and Citrus Fruits. The Drink, Despite the Complexity Is Easy, Our American Brown Ale Will Drag You into a Kaleidoscope of Caramel, Light Toasts, Resin and Citrus Fruits.

Pairing: Braised Red Meats, Blue or Structured Cheeses (Pit Cheeses, Castelmagno, Ragusano Dop Semi-seasoned), Legumes.

TypologyAmerican Brown Ale
Alcohol5% VOL
Temperature12 ° C

Imperial IPA

Like a Bomb That Detonates the Moment You Uncork It, Our Imperial Ipa Will Amaze You with an Explosion of Fresh Hop Aromas. It Is Slightly Amber, Clear and with a Nice Foam. The Drink Is Enveloping, Characterized by Notes of Resin, Citrus and a Light Alcoholic Perception That Pleasantly Warms and Goes Well with the Bitterness, Present During the Sip and Well Persistent Afterwards. Despite the Alcohol Content, It Is Easy to Drink, Making It Dangerously Pleasant.

Pairing: Blue Cheeses, Fondue, Tripe Alla Romana, Artichokes.

TypologyImperial IPA
Alcohol8% VOL
Temperature10 ° C