Birra Moretti

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Birra Moretti
Birra Moretti, 33 e 66 cl.jpg
Birra Moretti bottled at 33cl and 66cl
Location Italy Udine, Italy
Opened 1859
Owner(s) Heineken
Active beers
Name Type
Birra Moretti Pale lager
Birra Moretti La Rossa Double bock
Baffo d'Oro Premium malt
Birra Moretti Doppio Malto Blonde ale
Birra Moretti Zero Non-alcoholic
San Souci Premium lager

Birra Moretti was an Italian brewing company, founded in Udine in 1859 by Luigi Moretti. In 1996 the company was acquired by Heineken International. The brewing plant in Udine was sold to the newly formed Birra Castello S.p.A.; Moretti is now a brand of Heineken.


There are six beers under the Birra Moretti brand.[1] Birra Moretti is the main brand, a 4.6% abv pale lager launched in 1859; followed by La Rossa, a 7.2% strong dark lager or doppelbock. Other brands include Baffo d'Oro, Doppio Malto and Sans Souci.

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  1. ^ Birra Moretti (Heineken)

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