Make the world a better place, one beer at a time


Our mission is not only to make the best craft beer possible, but also to support our community, to reduce our environmental impact, and to have employees that are happy at work, and at home.


The brewery is located in the Swiss Alps at an altitude of 1369m and just next to the French border. Our inspiration comes from the environment around us. For this reason, we named our beers after the most majestic of mountain ranges in our region. The mountains give us pure water, which helps us to ensure a high quality beer.

When we are not brewing, or bottling, or delivering, or tasting, we are in the mountains enjoying activities like telemark skiing, snowboarding, trail running, or even fishing or camping with friends. Nature give us so much, and it’s only natural that we protect it. We are, and will always be, a small and dynamic company.

We don’t care about winning the “best of the world” prize in whatever beer competition is on this week. In fact, we dont want to be the best in the world. We want to be the best FOR the world! We are involved in our community life and we do our best to be a positive strength. Our community is so important, and we try our hardest to protect it.


We constantly set many new objectives for ourselves, all aimed at making our business more sustainable and putting our brewery on the path to social and environmental progress. Even more so in the current context, we are convinced that we must act today to promote a different business model and offer a better future to the next generations.

This is not an exhaustive list of social and environmental objectives that we intend to reach, because we like to reserve the right to do more. This list will grow as the brewery progresses.

  • To integrate an environmental and social dimension in all our activities
  • To help our employees to improve their environmental and social skills
  • To reduce substantially our environmental impact act
  • To be a positive strength in our area and remain involved in the local life
  • To constantly look for new ways to do things better
  • To be totally transparent


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In two years, we have divided the energy consumption to produce 1 liter of beer in half, and we can even do better.


We have reduced the “lost bottles” during bottling by 95%.


We give all of our spent grain to local farmers, so they have a free food supplement for their cattle. Spent grains are full of nutrients and we are happy to give to this product a second life.