Baladin targets independents
Published:  29 June, 2007

An Italian brewer has launched

five beers targeted at independent

retailers , wine merchants and restaurants.

Teo Musso founded the Baladin brewery in Piedmont in 1986 after an apprenticeship in Belgium.

The Baladin range comes in 75cl bottles priced from 3.85-4.67

and includes: 4.5 per cent abv white beer Isaac; spicy and floral 5.8 per cent abv Wayan; 6.8 per cent abv Nora, which is made with Egyptian grain and matches middle-eastern and oriental food; Super, an 8 per cent abv amber beer; and Noel, a 9 per cent abv dark beer which matches blue cheese and dark chocolate.Simply Distinctive Beers 0115 923 3549/01949 861460




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