Our beers are produced in a suggestive old canning factory in the neo-medieval village of Grazzano Visconti, following the famous Reinheitsgebot (law in force since 1516) worldwide synonym of quality which involves the use of only four ingredients: water, malt, hops and yeast.
We think of malts as the backbone of beer, and esters (from hops to yeast) as what defines it and to make the "chain of taste" a success, we take care of every stage of production starting from a obsessive attention to raw materials.

We work directly with the German farmer who grows the barley, to decide with him which is the best product of the year, and once chosen we collaborate directly with the malthouse throughout the malting process. So we proceed for the hops that give the beer its pleasantly bitter character, for the yeast that gives it life and for the water that gives it substance.

If nature is the real master brewer, we monitor the entire process with knowledge and technology, directly predicting and controlling every potentially influential detail. We have the presumption that we can say that we know exactly what you're drinking because the beer in your glass has first been sampled, analyzed and tested 16 times.
“Producing beer is a long and exciting process capable of surprising us batch after batch, in which knowledge, attention to detail, passion and imagination come together in a glass”

At Ex Fabrica we use all our experience and technology to observe what happens spontaneously, supporting events without ever forcing them, obtaining a high quality, natural product.

7 days
For turning barley and wheat into malt
7 hours
To generate a crush
7 days
For the “tumultuous” fermentation
7 weeks
For maturation at temperatures close to 0°C

When its time has come, our beer is packaged and undergoes re-fermentation: at controlled temperatures, it ferments again in the bottle or in the keg, thus acquiring the panache of carbonation; another 7 days of waiting and it's ready!

In Ex Fabrica we do not filter or pasteurize by choice, because we believe that a mechanical or thermal treatment can irreparably ruin that complex and characterizing aromatic balance which is the natural result of our daily work.

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