What is an Oenobeer?

Firstly, that word is pronounced {N-O-Beer} The OE bit is a Latin "eh" sound. If you look on the very last page, in the Appendix, of the Brewer’s Association’s guide to beer styles you will find Italian Grape Ale. This relatively new creation has finally gotten noticed, but the definition is a rather narrow view of what is possible. This style is partially defined by what the U.S. tax man says, which has been true of many beer styles over the centuries. According to the U.S.

Welcome to our Grape Beer (Oenobeer) Blog!

CIAO! This post will provide a quick overview of what we aim to chat about in this space. The world of Grape Beer is vast and largely unexplored. Of course, breweries have been brewing beer with grapes for quite some time now, but no one has devoted their entire brewery to exploring the nuances, intricacies and possibilities of this path. And we say path, rather than style, because it really is a new direction. You might say the breweries that tried this before us took a day