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Who was Bianca Lancia? Bianca Lancia, an Italian noblewoman from Piedmont, was one of the four wives of Emperor Frederick II and probably the one he loved the most. They maintained a long-lasting secret relationship and according to some historians, Bianca Lancia was the only true love of his life. She was a kind and delicate person, and she was constantly and discreetly present during Frederick’s life. Their marriage was celebrated the day Bianca Lancia was dying, in order to legitimate the political rise of their son, Manfred, who was the last Swabian King of Sicily.
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Bianca Lancia - Blanche

Pure malt ale, brewed with both barley and wheat malts. Bianca Lancia has a fresh taste, a low bitterness and it is slightly acid, with a thick, creamy and adherent head. Unfiltered, unpasteurized, top-fermented and second fermentation in the bottle.

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Water of Gualdo Tadino, barley and wheat malt, yeasts and hops, coriander, bitter orange peels.

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., 150 cl.
  • Plastic keg 15 lt., 20 lt.
Beer measurement
  • Degrees Plato (°P) 12,5
  • Alcohol content 5,0% vol.
  • Serving temperature 6-8° C.
  • Degrees IBU 15
We recommend serving Bianca Lancia cold in a “Strong” stemmed beer glass.
Suggested food pairings: the fresh taste and the slightly acidic notes of Bianca Lancia pair in a balanced way with both seafood dishes and light sauce pasta. Bianca Lancia makes an excellent combination with white meats, cured meats, fresh, seasoned cheeses and also as an aperitif.