Alma de la Vera 2023

Celebrating 4th anniversary on 31/3/2023

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OUR BEERS

Alma de la Vera 2023

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Signata 2022 Bourbon Barrel Aged

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Signata 2022

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Milica 2022

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Alter

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Pavillon Honey

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Meran Dandelion

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Pavillon

Alma de la Vera 2023 - Fenetra

Alma de la Vera 2023

Flemish Red Ale

Celebrating four years of Fenetra project by releasing new mixed-fermentation beer.

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Signata 2022 Bourbon Barrel Aged

Peach Farmhouse Ale

300kg of peaches per 1000l of beer. Two years in bourbon barrel.

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Signata 2022 Bourbon Barrel Aged - Fenetra
Signata 2022 - Fenetra

Signata 2022

Peach Farmhouse Ale

300kg of peaches per 1000l of beer. One year in oak barrels.

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Milica 2022

Raspberry Farmhouse Ale

320kg of raspberries per 1000l of beer. One year in oak barrels with Brettanomyces.

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Milica 2022 - Fenetra
Alter - Fenetra

Alter

Mixed-fermentation Farmhouse Ale

Two years in porto-wine barrels.

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Pavillon Honey

Honey Farmhouse Ale

With local honey.

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Pavillon Honey - Fenetra
Meran Dandelion - Fenetra

Meran Dandelion

Dandelion Farmhouse Ale

With local dandelions.

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Pavillon

Strong white wine aroma.

Significant proportion of organic spelt and matured in wooden barrels for 3–6 months.

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Pavillon - Fenetra

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water tower of Fenetra factory

water tower of Fenetra factory

Fenetra

The Fenetra brings beers inspired by both old beer traditions and modern experimenting. All this is taking place in the dramatic nature of Potštejn and its surroundings. We focus mainly on beers aged in wooden barrels of different origin and size. Our beers spend from a few months to several years in the wood and then nobly mature in a bottle. Such an approach requires not only patience, discipline, but above all humility before the allmighty hand of time. The vast majority of beers have their specific, rustic and unrestrained character reflecting the influence of the "wild and untamed" microflora, which is partly of local origin. As a result, beers gain their unmistakable charm.
The portfolio of beers is very diverse as well as the fermentation which creates these beers very slowly inside wooden barrels. You can expect elegantly and tart saisons, more straightforward beers with strong acidity, beers matured with or without fruit, or beers spontaneously fermented true to the historical tradition around Brussels. An important part of the Fenetra is also the maturing of very strong and heavy beers such as imperial stouts and barley wines in bourbon, whiskey or spirit barrels. Despite their totally different origins and expression, all these two worlds have one aspect in common. Each one of them has its own pace and only time will tell when it is the right moment for the beer to be ready for your enjoyment.

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