Nicola Perra and Isidoro Mascia opened their brewery in 2006, with an ambitious goal: quality production while experimenting with new ideas. The first labels were Friska, Sella del Diavolo, and Toccadibò, available on the market throughout the year. Then came BB10, the first Italian craft beer to meet the wine through the use of cannonau saba, followed by BBevò, produced with the addition of native nasco grape saba, and BB9, a golden strong ale with the addition of Malvasia di Bosa saba. Also worthy of note, Zagara, with its addition of organic orange honey, and Tuvi Tuvi, Meda, Duenna Macca.

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