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Who was Adelaide? Adelaide was a mix of German hardening inherited from her paternal dynasty and Italian charm, breathed in the Umbrian valleys between Assisi and Spoleto, where her father Conrad lived and ruled. Adelaide was the first mistress of Frederick II, known at the time of his marriage with Constance of Aragon. Nevertheless the two women were no rivals but protagonists of two parallel and specular lives; Constance was the older, well-read and refined companion, while Adelaide was sensual love and youthful distraction. The figure of Adelaide was shrouded in mystery, as it happens to everything related to the emperor Frederick II’s private life. Adelaide gave birth to Enzo, king of Sardinia, who among his children, legitimate or not, was the most similar to his Father.
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Adelaide - APA

(America Pale Ale)

Pure malt ale with a fresh taste, pronouncedly bitter. Adelaide is characterized by an excellent drinkability, it is very scented with hints of citrus and fresh hay given by American hops: its head is thick, creamy and adherent. Unfiltered, unpasteurized, top-fermented and second fermentation in the bottle.

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Water of Gualdo Tadino, barley malt, hops (cascade, citra), yeasts.

Natural yeast sediment at the bottom of the bottle is an indicator of its craftsmanship.


Features and recognition


Available formats
  • Glass bottle 75 cl., 33 cl.
  • Plastic keg 15 lt., 20 lt.
Beer measurement
  • Degrees Plato (°P) 11,5
  • Alcohol content 4,9% vol.
  • Serving temperature 6-8° C.
  • Degrees IBU 50
We recommend serving Adelaide cold in a “Sestriere” Pint glass
Suggested food pairings: thanks to its moderate alcohol content and its distintictivenesses given by the use of American hops, Adelaide well combines with roasts, American ribs, buffalo wings, burgers and chips. The bitter spirit of this beer even perfectly matches with rich salads in particular with those made of white meat.