Baladin “Metodo Classico” is the ultimate symbol of the idea of secondary fermentation. All beers produced by Teo Musso undergo a second fermentation in the bottle, but in this case the concept is taken to the extreme with the aim of exploring the most intimate secrets and most hidden nuances of this technique.
“Mela Zen” is the new Baladin soda with apple and ginger. Mela Zen marks the beginning of pure experimentation.
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Last July, Simonmattia Riva was crowned World Champion at the international competition for beer sommeliers organized in Brazil by the Doemens Akademie in Munich, which has been training master brewers for more than one hundred years and Biersommelier for eleven.
Simonmattia won the well deserved title beating 50 Biersommelier from all over the world.
Thanks to All About Beer Magazine and to Jeff Alworth alias "Beervana" which coming to discover italian beers has discovered Baladin and our friends:
7 time proud. Are the awards won in 6 different categories in the Italian beer competition called “Beer of the Year 2015” organized by Unionbirrai. Baladin was found to be the most awarded brewery during the competition for both the total premium and for the number of categories in which its beers have got a result. We are proud! These awards give us new energy to work even harder to offer you beers with a strong personality, balance and although different, all together with the same soul! Teo!
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The project of Slow Food – Slow Food Foundation for Biodiversity – Terra Madre: creating 10,000 good, clean and fair food gardens in African schools and communities means not only raising awareness among young generations about the importance of food biodiversity and access to healthy, fresh food, but also training a network of leaders aware of the value of their land and their culture who can serve as protagonists for change and the continent’s future.
Baladin adopted 4 gardens.
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“Cola Baladin” is a soft drink which contains no artificial coloring or preservative and is produced with the kola nuts bought from the Kola Slow Food Presidium in Sierra Leone. The money paid for the kola nuts, plus part of the revenues from the sales of the drink, are a small economic resource to further support the project itself. The recipe is 100% natural and uses amazing ingredients: oranges from Gargano, lemons from the Amalfi Coast and myrtle-leaf oranges from Savona give it the citrus flavor.