Birrificio Menoamara, Birra Artigianale

Menoamara

MENOAMARA srl

Via Montello, 12 

63074 San Benedetto del Tronto (AP)

Sito: www.menoamara.com

e-mail: info@menoamara.com

PEC: menoamarasrl@gigapec.it

Facebook: @menoamarabeer

Instagram: @menoamara

THE PROJECT

Menoamara – Mooring Beer since 2015

MADE IN SAN BENEDETTO DEL TRONTO - ITALY

The common thread is the passion for beer. The main goal is to make high quality craft beers, available for everyone, and easily recognizable and identifiable with the territory and the people that produce them. The love for the sea and the maritime tradition are inevitably reflected in our creations. We use it in our graphics, communication and in the beer crafting itself, bringing on the passion of a people towards everything that represents their history.

Menoamara project was born from collaborations, mergers, and contaminations born and developed during our journey. We achieved to be surrounded by friends and professional figures whom we believe to be highly qualified and of whom we have deep respect. In order to craft high quality beer and in support of the local economy, we use local raw material such as the water from our Mountains, the barley, sourced by the nearest farms, wheat, and spices all used in our recipes. We decided to use the Anchor as the symbol of Menoamara, as in the maritime tradition it carries deep meaning such as stability, firmness, safety and as well as loyalty and hope. Our anchor can be found in every product we create, from the labels, to the packaging, to the tattoos of our characters

A MOORING BEER

The story we want to tell is that of an old sea-wolf, of his journey and his eccentric, eclectic, and sometimes also bizarre companions, created by Marco Calcinaro’s pencil. Marco decided to play with the hipster world, more polished in the latest versions by frames and decorations, making the graphics cleaner and more essential without losing the vintage touch that distinguished them and us since the beginning.

Anchor to the taste and let yourself be carried away by the Mediterranean’s