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20 June 2016

Comfort Beer: The Cuddling Beer Also Good for Sportmen

Beer is my comfort food The word comfort food is in the English dictionaries since the Seventies but this notion, in Italy, has been making its way for some years, due to dedicated blogs and catalogues. Comfort food, as you can guess, is the food that conveys human warmth, which is maybe connected to a good memory or to family traditions. It is not per se the best food but it’s the one we eat when we need cuddles. continue
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Microbreweries 4SizeS
Comac devotes special attention to the area of microbreweries and craft breweries, a sector which has gained a good knowledge in recent years installing machines and small plants in many of the states of North America.

Today this market is growing worldwide and Comac has designed a project specifically dedicated to microbreweries, entrusting the task to an experienced, young and dynamic team in order to offer brewers and quality beer lovers a specific advice, satisfying their needs.

Our project is named "4sizeS" because 4 is the number of members of the team that, with passion and interest, take care of small breweries (hence Size S) in Italy and in the world.


Up to now we have followed the evolution of this market abroad, but we are Italian and want to work in Italy too, becoming a confident partner in the sector made up of people who share the same passion, the one for quality beer.

The team consists of Miss Silvia, Miss Federica, Mrs. Manuela and Mr. Alexei, able to provide all the information on the range of machines for microbreweries and craft breweries manufactured by Comac.


For information, please call the number 035/4994211.


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