Do you know the difference between ales, lagers, stouts and porters? Everybody knows how to drink beer, but few know how to really taste it. Join #conventaexperience to unwind and learn the difference between commercial and craft beers brewed by Conventa partner microbreweries.
REAL QUALITY COMES FROM DEDICATION AND LOVE
Janez Zlebic, Bevog
“Some people still think that wine is superior to beer, but this is in my opinion not true. Beer is even more versatile and has in the meantime more variations than wine. I love to drink great bottle of wine, but if I would have to go and live on a deserted island, I would take great amount of craft beer.”
Bevog microbrewery is the fruit of inquisitiveness and aspiration towards discovering new beer-drinking experiences, it is the result of enthusiasm, love and zeal. They brew beers with character and soul with goal to transcend the limits of the known and ordinary. Dedicated primarily to beers of top fermentation, more commonly known as ales. Despite the English roots of ales, Bevog is very creative and do not stick to the established norms. They design their beers in their own way, the way they know is right and for this they have received awards and prizes.
IN A QUEST TO MAKE A GREAT BEER
Anita Lozar, Pelicon
“As any great love, our love for beer started the second we tasted real beer for the first time. It set us up for a quest to find great beer around the world but in the end, it was the same quest that made us open a small brewery in our hometown Ajdovščina.”
A craft brewery located in the heart of Vipava Valley, a town called Ajdovščina. Love to drink the beer they brew and along the way love to spread their enthusiasm for great beer among others. Pelicon brewery sent its first beer out in 2013 and was awarded in 2014 as best Slovenian craft brewer. Their mission is to continue to produce beer that excites.
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“I started brewing at home, excited by all the possibilities that brought, having the enormous combinations of malt, hops and yeast and always making a different beer or a different style of it.”
When they talk about beer, they become very serious. Almost deadly serious. Their main goal is to offer a quality beer, which should be perceived as an exceptional gastronomic enjoyable event. Each sip, that touches the tongue and slides down the throat, melts into pleasure, for which you want to be lasting forever. They are just in love with beer! A wide selection of top quality goods that they receive from globally renowned producers allows them to create a virtually unlimited range of flavours and aromas, which satisfies even the most demanding drinkers.