An amber Beer India Pale Ale Style (IPA), which has been created by the method of continuous hopping and Ingredients that give the typical aromas of exotic fruits. The IPAs were originally intended for the British troops in the distant colonies to help them coping with the long, hot journeys. Refrigerators did not exist, but the magic Hops did! So Beers were kept perfectly.
To be consumed with meat, fish, and smoked foods to the rhythm of drums and wild, dreaming of the fantastic adventures of Sandokan and his Tiger Cubs.
A Hell of a Beer. A sip of Hell Rice is a journey into the depths of your spirit, to laugh at the everyday Hell.
It well combines with powerful and structured goat cheeses, with tobacco and chocolate.
A Beer for an intimate weekend night after havin’ worked your ass off for twelve hours: open fire, a glass of
Hell and clouds of Kentucky Toscano, the songs of the Mondine (Vercelli’s typical paddy fields workers)
and the screams of the flesh tearers Cenobites. Take this, Lord Master!
Follow the crowing of the rooster. A purebred English Bitter Ale with a strong balance between the soft taste of Malts and the bitterness of the Hops. A Beer by the unmistakable Style.
The ideal companion to any tempting plate of meats, roasts or shellfish. To enjoy at the Fight Club while The Rolling Stones are fighting with the Ramones and Bob Marley suddenly arrives.
Let’s get lost! Produced with barley Malt, Wheat and oats’ flakes. It shows a clear colour with a liquid cloudy natural look. Very refreshing and a little bitter. A fantastic maze of flavours. The orange peels infusion and the coriander makes it almost sour. The foam is compact and creamy.
A difficult Beer to find anywhere else. Savour it as a well-deserved refreshment or at the Drive-in with an exciting Horror B-Movie.