Moro’s beer

Moro’s beer – the brewery

Moro’s beer was born in 2013 and is located in Pontremoli in Massa Carrara, Tuscany, along the road that runs along the Magra river.

In the beginning the brewery started for handmade production and sales only, but overtime it became an authentic brewpub. A place with a young imprint, characterized by an authentic Urban-style, where you can drink an excellent craft beer accompanied by focaccia, either relaxing by yourself or with friends for a laid back evening.

The master brewer of Moro’s beer – Who is Emanuele Sordi

The “Moro’s beer” Brewery is the fruit of the passion and history of Emanuele Sordi, the master brewer and patron of Birra del Moro. His brewing story began when he started making beer with friends using homebrewer kits as a teenager. Something that Emanuele himself defines as a “goliardic” pastime.

After getting a degree in Pharmaceutical Quality Control, he got himself an internship in a pharmaceutical company, but the unsuitable experience led him to give up and seek his way elsewhere. This is how the beer way reopens, followed by the purchase of the first machinery, a small plant with which he tried to make a few beers in the back of his house at night to have enough electricity available.

The beer was excellent, and at that time, very little was known about craft beers, so Emanuele began to propose himself to the locals in the area.

The brewery started off with the right foot, and in a short time, Emanuele made his debut on the Slow Food scene at the “Salone del Gusto” in Turin, with his first beer, “La Dama del Deserto” (The Lady of The Desert).

With that began the fairs, the demand increased, and the beers grew: from the first two, La Dama del Deserto, a Weiss and the Alambra an American Amber Ale up to the current ten beers.

Beers differ greatly in taste and style, with no limits to inspirations from Belgian, German, British and American, but at the same time with important territorial vision.


Written by Elisa Alciati and translated by Laura Fermi