In Belgium, Germany, England, in the traditional craft breweries, from those of abbeys to historic brewers, alongside the place where the brewmaster brews the beers, there is a place where beers can be tasted and, above all, drunk, in the same place where they were born, getting a unique aroma and taste coming from the freshness.
In Vaie, in the mountains of the Val di Susa, the majestic grandeur of the Sacra di San Michele stands out, an ancient abbey built between 983 and 987, which inspired the writer Umberto Eco for his novel “The name of the rose”. At the foot of the fortress on which the abbey stands, an old barn, renovated with taste and respect for traditions, houses the Soralama’ brewery and the Brasseria with it.
Ordering a beer flavoured cockerel and sipping a Wow while running with your eyes along the beer ducts is an experience to have. In the Brasseria you will find a menu that changes with the seasons, fresh and light with the summer sun, substantial and satisfying when the snow covers the mountains. Obviously the dishes and charcuteries can be combined with all our beers, draft and bottles.
At the Braseria Soralama’ you can also buy our beers to bring back home the best souvenir possible.