The beer is 95% water and water is able to influence the must and aroma of raw materials. Some brewer styles were born thanks to a particular type of water originally used.
The choice of the municipality of Vaie, in Valle Susa, as the site of the Soralama’ brewery, was made after an investigation into the waters of the province of Turin. A water with these characteristics is usually found above 1,500 meters. The aqueduct of Vaie draws directly from a source that has excellent trace mineral qualities, so much so that some time ago it was bottled as San Michele water. This ingredient makes our beers light and drinkable.
The other ingredients that the Brewmaster Lorenzo Turco uses for his recipes are carefully selected and chosen, whether they are barley malts, hops, but also the local raw materials such as cereals, spices and the genepy (wormwood) that characterizes our blanche Genny.
The Soralama’ brewery is an independent craft brewery and produces only raw, live, unpasteurized beer. For those approaching this world, the difference between a craft beer and an industrial beer can be compared to the difference between a baker’s bread, attentive to flour, yeasts, baking, and the substitutes of bread that are packaged in the supermarket.
In Vaie, the quality of Soralama’ beers is a project that has been growing and is being developed for twenty years. We were born when the movement of craft beers took its first steps and today, with a production of 4,000 hectoliters, 400,000 liters per year, we are among the top 15 breweries in Italy.
Our beers are packaged in 33 cc and 75 cc bottles and we are specialized in the supply of draft craft beers and production of beers marketed under the brands of our customers. Our production capacity and quality control of the processes allows us to guarantee the availability and uniformity of beer over time.
The Soralama’ brewery is integrated with the Brasseria. Dining here you can taste and drink all of our beers, accompanied by some charcuterie or a plate, with a panoramic view on the production plant.