Biraria L’Murin, now open until 20 October. Vives!
Beer is as old as time, and the man who invented it certainly was wise – at least according to Plato, the father of western philosophy. Even Shakespeare, the most eminent playwright the European cultural landscape has ever seen, goes as far as saying that ‘for a quart of ale is a dish for a king’.
A lot is said about this elixir which brings people from all walks of life together. After all, there’s no denying that the taste of beer, its white, foamy bliss and its copper hue make it a beverage enjoyed all over the world, the imprint of different cultures and people leaving their mark on the glass’ slick surface. An undeniable pleasure for everyone.
Sipping a pint of beer makes everything better, because it’s an alchemical miracle based on four core elements: hop, malt, yeast and water. Beer – unlike wine – has no need for the sun’s warmth to mature: all it needs is the moon’s soft glow.
L’Murin is the go-to place if you’re looking for that perfect beer. It’s the only brewery in the valley featuring more than thirty artisanal beers hailing from across half of Europe; moreover, it keeps its doors open even when every other brewery is closed, to boot! Vives!