Peroni Nastro Azzurro 500 ml

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Peroni Nastro Azzurro is brewed using the creativity and flair of Italians. It is Italy’s number one premium beer; a crisp and refreshing lager with an unmistakable character and a touch of Italian style.

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This is the story of a family with a vision. The Peroni family were charismatic, spontaneous and passionate in their attitudes and behaviours. Francesco Peroni founded Birra Peroni, the biggest Italian brewery of its time and the business was going well, but the family liked to challenge conventions and had greater plans in mind. They were always passionate about sailing, the sea and all things nautical. Following the success of the SS Rex, and surrounded by a world of changes in 1960’s Italy with cultural icons and iconoclasms abounded, the family decided to create an icon of their own; the first Italian premium lager for the most demanding consumers. An aspirational lager that would embody the sophistication, confidence and innovative character of the great Italian icons of style. A beer which would represent the optimism, creativity and enthusiasm of the era in which it was born.

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Peroni Nastro Azzurro is the premium Italian beer that is brewed using nothing less than finest hops, purest Italian water, best Italian maize and malted barley and the most rigorous, quality assured brewing process. It is this unique Italian blend of ingredients that helps make Peroni Nastro Azzurro una birra superiore. 500 ml, 5.1% alc./vol.

www.peroniitaly.com

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