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Sensorial reviews of the beers I tried at home, which by no means I intend for them to be treated as professional. They are more like beer tasting and english writing exercises.


Japas Cervejaria | Kasato Maru

Japas Cervejaria | Kasato Maru

110 years ago, on June 18, the Kasato Maru disembarked on the Santos’ port, bringing the first 781 japanese immigrants to our country. Our release is a tribute to all the immigrants and descendants that inherited and spreaded this culture that totally influenced our cultural formation. Our beer will be a New England IPA, refreshing, hopped and with 6.5% ABV, with Dekopon addition on its recipe. A fruit of japanese origin that arrived as an “immigrant” in our country.



Alenda Weisse + MF Cervejas Artesanais | Früchte Weisse

Alenda Weisse + MF Cervejas Artesanais | Früchte Weisse

Alenda Früchte Weisse was born from the union of Taberna MF and Alenda Weisse. We have something in common, which is bringing not just a beer, but an experience. It’s manufacturing process followed the same traditional methods used in Baviera’s beers, including the decoction process and open tanks fermentation (Dekoktionsverfahren und Gärung im offener Bottich). During the many production phases, three different yeasts were used: Hefeweizen, Brettanomyces and Lactobacillus which was extracted naturally from the malt, besides that we used a concentrated cherry juice which was manufactured at our brewery. It’s a traditionally contemporary beer and only should be consumed by open minded people which are open to new gustatory challenges, otherwise we do not advise to open this bottle.







Seasons Craft Brewery | Senssons!

Seasons Craft Brewery | Senssons!

Hello. Is this from Celsons? No, err… is this from the Fensons Brewery”? WRRRONG!!! Our series of mind-boggling saisons is complete. Once again awarding the grammatical creativity of our people and our partners, we present Senssons, our third saison. A fruity, hoppy and turbocharged beer with the citric power of grapefruit zest added on the maturation. So aromatic and striking that you’ll never forget how to spell our name in a wrong way.