AN OLD LEGEND

The brewery “Le Fate” takes its name from an old legend about wizards, warriors and fairies. According to the tales of Andrea da Barberino and Antoine de la Sale, the fairies lived at the court of the sorceress Sibilla in a dug cave in the rocks of the mountain.
The cave, also called “The Cave of the Fairies” is located close to the “Monte Sibilla” (2150 mt. above sea level).

Each one of our craft beers is named after a fairy, as narrated in the book “Il Guerrin Meschino” (Wretched Guerrin) by Andrea da Barberino.
The story, dating back to the 1400, is that of an errant knight who headed to the cave of the Sibilla to find out about his origins.

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LOCAL BEER

Research on taste for our beers comes from an effort to promote the Sibillini Mountains area, and to find out the perfect combination between the local and the international dimension.

Eight  fairies identify eight different beers and eight different tastes, but each with a common aim: mixing the proprieties of fruits from the Sibillini Mountains area with beer’s typically international features.

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WE CULTIVATE BEER

Our farm is adherent to the Italian Consortium of Producers and Barley Beer, the COBI; the only Italian consortium that brings together farmers, as well as being growers of barley, are both manufacturers of craft beer.

The beer, then, is the product of an agricultural chain; a product with special craftsmanship and a love of a process that uses only natural raw materials.

OUR BREWERY

The brewery “Le Fate” takes its name from an old legend about wizards, warriors and fairies. According to the tales of Andrea da Barberino and Antoine de la Sale, the fairies lived at the court of the sorceress Sibilla in a dug cave in the rocks of the mountain.
The cave, also called “The Cave of the Fairies” is located close to the “Monte Sibilla” (2150 mt. above sea level).

Each one of our craft beers is named after a fairy, as narrated in the book “Il Guerrin Meschino” (Wretched Guerrin) by Andrea da Barberino.
The story, dating back to the 1400, is that of an errant knight who headed to the cave of the Sibilla to find out about his origins.

Birra Agricola

By law, manufacturers must implement agricultural beer brewing using 70% of the raw material grown on their own farms.
The very idea of agricultural beer is then linked to the production in own and the concept of supply chain at km 0; is an act of love towards their own territory and, at the same time, an act of economic and tourism promotion.