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Artisan Brewery Lis D'Oc


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In 2013 Lis D'Oc decided to start the production of an artisan beer, today Lis d’Oc of Borgone already has 6 different types of artisan beer: Galaverna, a Ale double malt, Dança, a wheat blanche beer, la Clocchë, blonde in pils style, Loup, Indian Pale Ale, Rouza, a red double malt, and the Bonheur, a special double malt beer.




All these beers share one common thing that is being raw mountain beer with slow re-fermentation, thus they are prepared in artisan way not following an industrial process, with spring water; not pasteurized but still "alive thanks to the ferments. The re-fermentation happens slowly because the good things require time: from 30 to 45 days. Finally all these beers were born in the Susa Valley.




Stefano Fumagalli and Aurelio Didero, together with Roberta Di Modugno, Aurelio's wife, wanted that the lily of Occitane («lis» in French) grew in the Susa Valley, an area that in the centuries has grown and developed thanks to the commercial and cultural trade with the nearby France. This idea of positive "contamination" has precise historical bases in the Escartons Republic, from 1343 to 1713 the Susa Valley was recognized as a mountain region based on the value of tolerance, harmony, and mutual respect, where people were not subjected to feudal rights. Stefano and Aurelio felt the commitment that their business recalled those values, this explains the lily in the company logo; beyond being present in the emblem of the Borgone municipality, it is also a typical recurring element of the Occitane and Dauphiné areas.



And they succeeded. Even knowing that the road is still long the good results were immediate: not only thanks to their passion of novel brewers and the local history, but also for their organizational model, a legacy of their past professional experiences. From the graphs and business plans have successfully catapulted among the stands of fairs and festivals, events in collaboration with local tourist, the sale of their beers on the premises of the Valley and beyond, with claims that even come from Belgium, a the homelands of beer.




La fortuna adesso sorride al giglio, non più al quadrifoglio...




Processo di Preparazione della Birra Artigianale



Artisan Laboratory Lis d'Oc











Artisan Brewery Lis D'Oc


Valsusa Laboratory



In 2013 Lis D'Oc decided to start the production of an artisan beer, today Lis d’Oc of Borgone already has 6 different types of artisan beer: Galaverna, a Ale double malt, Dança, a wheat blanche beer, la Clocchë, blonde in pils style, Loup, Indian Pale Ale, Rouza, a red double malt, and the Bonheur, a special double malt beer.




All these beers share one common thing that is being raw mountain beer with slow re-fermentation, thus they are prepared in artisan way not following an industrial process, with spring water; not pasteurized but still "alive thanks to the ferments. The re-fermentation happens slowly because the good things require time: from 30 to 45 days. Finally all these beers were born in the Susa Valley.




Stefano Fumagalli and Aurelio Didero, together with Roberta Di Modugno, Aurelio's wife, wanted that the lily of Occitane («lis» in French) grew in the Susa Valley, an area that in the centuries has grown and developed thanks to the commercial and cultural trade with the nearby France. This idea of positive "contamination" has precise historical bases in the Escartons Republic, from 1343 to 1713 the Susa Valley was recognized as a mountain region based on the value of tolerance, harmony, and mutual respect, where people were not subjected to feudal rights. Stefano and Aurelio felt the commitment that their business recalled those values, this explains the lily in the company logo; beyond being present in the emblem of the Borgone municipality, it is also a typical recurring element of the Occitane and Dauphiné areas.



And they succeeded. Even knowing that the road is still long the good results were immediate: not only thanks to their passion of novel brewers and the local history, but also for their organizational model, a legacy of their past professional experiences. From the graphs and business plans have successfully catapulted among the stands of fairs and festivals, events in collaboration with local tourist, the sale of their beers on the premises of the Valley and beyond, with claims that even come from Belgium, a the homelands of beer.




La fortuna adesso sorride al giglio, non più al quadrifoglio...




Processo di Preparazione della Birra Artigianale



Artisan Laboratory Lis d'Oc











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