Leaves of Grass in a glass
The Friuli brewery Foglie d’Erba (Leaves of Grass) produces 12 beers with a common denominator of all having an excellent and essential style without any frills or attempts to be outlandish.
On the Italian craft brewing scene there is a young brewery that mixes - as if they were words free of punctuation - ideas, aromas and malts and all under the shadow of the Dolomite Mountains. The Foglie d’Erba (Leaves of Grass) brewery takes its name and inspiration from the celebrated text of the 19
Founded in 2008, Foglia d’Erba has become a symbol of the art of Italian brewing, a place where experimentation and productive rigor come together in each beer thanks to the skill and attention of the master brewer and brewery owner Gino Perissutti. The common thread that unites the 12 beers produced, whatever the type of brew, is an elegant and, if you’d like, essential style that has no frills nor seeks to be outlandish. And this not even when, as in the case of Joyce which we review here, extra ingredients like coriander and orange peel are added to aromatize the brew.
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This wheat beer has a golden, straw-yellow color with a compact and white head. The bouquet is intense, pronounced and consistent with notes from the ingredients used to aromatize it, above all...