Grado Plato

Grado Plato

www.gradoplato.it

Montaldo Torinese has been in a state of ferment since 2009, when Sergio Ormea, Simone and Stefano Bagnasco, Andrea Avanzini and Giorgio Milano moved their brewery to its present premises, first to store then to produce and condition their beer. This well-pondered decision makes it possible to monitor the whole production chain, right to the final tasting. For lovers of very alcoholic beer, we recommend Strada San Felice (made with chestnuts from the Val Murgia and available in 75 cl bottles with wire swing caps), Kukumerla, which offers notes of peaches in syrup and candied fruit, and1608, made with fir honeydew and mountain pine buds. Less alcoholic are Sveva, which draws inspiration from classic Bavarian lagers, and the thirst-quenching Weizentea, with its notes of green tea. The hoppy beers (available in 33 cl bottles with wire swing caps) are Bingo, made with Japanese Sorachi Ace hops) and I.P.A., less alcoholic with notes of grapefruit. Also worth a taste is Amaro del Birraio, a digestif made with herbs and hops. Vertical, finally, is a new creation, developed in collaboration with the Valli di Lanzo in Verticale group. The shop is open from Monday to Friday from 8am to 5pm.