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Why You Should Get to Know Italian Beer (and 9 Must-Try Bottles)

Publisher:
Serious Eats

Date Published:
03/18/2015

Description / Excerpt:
"When you picture Italy, it's likely you're envisioning tender strands of pasta and intensely-flavored vegetables, plates of luscious cured meat, and glasses full of wine: all products of the country's unique soil, climate, and culture. But these days, you'd be missing an element that's recently been electrifying Italy's food scene: craft beer.

"What Italy may lack in brewing history, it makes up for with impressive creativity. Today's Italian brewers have very few preconceived notions, and they face few laws or restrictions about how or what to brew. While influenced by the great beers of Belgium, Germany, and the U.S, beer from Italy stands out right now as something distinctly Italian..."

Credits:
Anne Becerra

URL:
http://www.seriouseats.com/2015/03/best-italian-craft-beer-baladin-del-borgo-pausa-cafe.html

Top 10 Italian Craft Beers

Publisher:
Swide online

Date Published:
09/19/2013

Description / Excerpt:
"Italy used to be though of a wine-only country, but not any more. In the last 10 years beer brewing has exploded in Italy. From artisan micro breweries, to home-brew enthusiasts up and down the length of Italy, beer is booming. Swide spoke to Italy’s leading beer expert Lorenzo Dabove, one of the founding fathers of the current beer movement, and found out what are the characteristics of Italian craft beer and what are the 10 best beers in Italy. Cheers..."


Credits:
Hugo Mc Cafferty, Swide online

URL:
http://www.swide.com/food-travel/wine-and-cocktail/top-10-best-italian-craft-beers/photo-gallery/1-10

Introducing the Slow Food “Guida alle birre d’Italia” 2011

Publisher:
Beer Chronicles

Date Published:
06/11/2010

Description / Excerpt:
"Yesterday afternoon in Rome the 2011 Italian beer Guide by Slow Food was officially presented. As you may know, this is one of the most important issue on Italian craft beer, which offers a detailed survey on Italian brewers and their beers, with descriptions, specifications and evaluations. The event was hosted by Vinòforum, a long standing Capitoline wine event. Certainly not a “friendly environment”, but this suggests the important status achieved by beer among wine lovers..."

Credits:
Andrea Turco, Beer Chronicles

URL:
http://www.beer-chronicles.com/articles-books-media/565/introducing-the-slow-food-guida-alle-birre-ditalia-2011/

SETTEBELLO Opens In New Location - The Food World Rejoices

Publisher:
Eating Las Vegas

Date Published:
11/10/2008

Description / Excerpt:
"Just as satisfying (and more than a little surprising) was discovering seven artisanal, unique beers and ales on the menu. We say surprising because Otton, for all his good sense and good taste, doesn’t partake of alcoholic beverages (even chestnut-flavored, coriander-spiced, or triple-fermented sour ales….pity)."

Credits:
John Curtas

URL:
http://www.eatinglv.com/2008/11/settebello-opens-in-new-location-the-food-world-rejoices/

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