Corso Vittorio Emanuele, 53, Torre del Greco, NA, Italia
Casa KBirr is the place of artisanal beer, not filtered, not pasteurized, made in Naples and dedicated to Naples. A place for catch ups for all beer lovers and all those who just need an excuse to celebrate.
This place looks like home, the tableware could make all the mums envious and their “tegamini” are very selected according to Neapolitan tradition with portions that they can only come with great beers!
Ragu, meatballs, pasta and potatoes, pasta and beans, ziti with genovese sauce, spaghetti capers and olives, meatloaf, parmigiana, little pasta frittata, spaghetti garlic oil and spicy pepper, amazing buns and love.
All this for the, the real main characters: the beers at casa KBirr.
Natavota: with San Gennaro stylized label, blond lager, very light but with an intense taste, very easy to digest and tasty.
Jattura: produced with a percentage of whisky malt smoked with Torba wood, full body and sweet.
Paliata: toasted malts and caramel, full body. It leaves space to coffee, hazelnut and bitter chocolate notes.
Cuore di Napoli: a very light American Pale Ale (APA). Its exotic hops are the main characters and give to the beer a spiced taste.
Natavota Red: with fruity notes. The sweetness of it malt makes it very enjoyable even if it’s very alcoholic.
All emotion to drink!
After all, all the products are very researched a treated with love. From the bread by the ancient bakery Malafronte in Gragnano, to the pasta by Pastificio Gentile di Gragnano, oil Evo Schinosa by Aziende Agricole Di Martino, the meat by Griff Burger and Sabatino Cillo, and taralli by Leopoldo which confirm the very famous combination beer&taralli. The dessert is signed by Nero Vesuvio chocolate, which comes with liquor from Il Nastro d’oro in Massa Lubrense.
Our granny says: there is always a good reason to eat and drink and they know it at Casa KBirr. Their love choices in between “o menù pe magnà” (the food menu) and “o menù pe bbevere” (the drink menu) can never be wrong!
We need to celebrate!
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