4.7 % ABV
Crisp and lightly sparkling, not heavy, bitter or bloating, Peroni Nastro Azzurro is a breath of fresh air and a very drinkable beer.
As Italy’s best selling lager, Peroni is a golden lager with a slightly bitter taste and a clean, smooth finish.
In 1846, Francesco Peroni broke away from his family’s pasta business and became a “maker of beer” in Vigevano, Italy. By the turn of the century the brewery had moved to Rome, where Peroni would become the first Italian brewer to apply the method of bottom fermentation. After a period of exceptional growth, Birra (Italian for “beer”) Peroni became the most important brewery in Italy.
Nastro Azzurro means “Blue Ribbon” in Italian which honors the Blue Riband won by Italian ocean liner SS Rex in 1933.