Birrificio Del Ducato

Giovanni Campari, the brewmaster of Birrificio Del Ducato, is part of Italy’s second generation of Italian craft brewers. Like many in Italy, and like our own microbrew pioneers a couple of decades ago, he started as a homebrewer. However, with a degree in Food Science and Technology, he wasn’t starting from scratch. After graduating he had initially worked with sourdough bread, coffee roasting, and the like, but says he was “fascinated by the fermentation process, and brewing provided an excuse to realize the theories” he had studied in school.

Vieille Ville


Cheerful and crisp, Vieille Ville Saison is golden yellow and opalescent with fine bubbles. Brettanomyces yeast prolonged activity during secondary fermentation makes it particularly foamy...

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Chrysopolis


Italian Lambic made with 65% pilsner malt and 35% wheat - the program tries to imitate the turbic mash schedule maintining a large amount of...

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Beersel Mattina


A blend of Nuova Mattina and Oud Beersel refined for at least 12 months in bottle. It has a surprisingly citrus nose of leather, cellar...

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Baciami Lipsia


A sour ale that is a blended of several barrels that are 9 months old (these barrels were inoculated with lactobacillus) with a new beer...

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