The folks who brought you The House of Peroni are back once again to bring a touch of Italian flair to the streets of Dublin with The House of Peroni Presents: La Sagra!
Taking place on October 19 and 20 in Meeting House Square, Temple Bar, this two-day pop-up derives its name from a traditional Italian festival that brings communities together to celebrate local produce. The House of Peroni Presents: La Sagra will celebrate Irish food producers creating authentic Italian food right here in Ireland, from mozzarella cheese to artisan salumi, giving you the chance to meet the producers, hear their story and, of course, pick up some samples of their wares to take home or enjoy there with a Peroni Nastro Azzurro.
If you enjoy wandering through bustling food markets to peruse stalls, as well as sampling Italian delicacies, you're going to adore this set-up.
While access to the sagra is free, there's also an exclusive dining experience taking place on the Friday evening. Guests can expect a menu of traditional Italian dishes, made with ingredients from local producers and created by Former World Young Chef of the Year (and Dubliner), Mark Moriarty, and Peroni’s Master of Taste, Francesco Mazzei.
Tickets to the dining experience are selling fast and you can pick up the last few remaining tickets to the event here, but don't fret if you miss out on tickets as you can enjoy their Sagra-inspired ‘Cicchetti’ menu at the festival.
As always, the festival will have a menu of Peroni Nastro Azzurro drinks, with infusions created by global brand ambassador Federico Riezzo, including the specially created Peroni La Sagra infusion, and also Peroni Ambra, the new aperitivo drink from the Italian brew masters.
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Peroni Nastro Azzurro
Every bottle of Peroni Nastro Azzurro is made and bottled in Italy at one of three breweries in Rome, Bari and Padova.
Peroni Nastro Azzurro has been brewed to the same unique recipe since 1963. Created by blending a proprietary variety of Italian maize ‘Nostrano Dell'Isola’ grown near Bergamo in northern Italy, with 2-row spring barley and delicate hops, to create the unmistakably crisp, refreshing taste of Peroni Nastro Azzurro that we still enjoy today.