Who are we
Located in the river Corb valley, in the town of Belianes in l’Urgell, we have adapted our premises, a former site of local interest – where the village’s almonds used to be toasted – and we have equipped it with the machinery necessary to produce 500 litres. We use only malt barley or wheat, hop flowers, water from the village and yeast, the basic ingredients to make artisanal beer.
The brewery lies where the almonds were classified and toasted in the 60s. This small industry lasted until the early 80s, employing five people.
After twenty years as a storage room and work space of the architect D. Gelabert I Fontova, in 2013, the Matoll Brewery began its adventure in the world of artisanal beer, converting the space into a micro-brewery.
With some privileged views of l’Urgell, and the pre-pyrenees in the background, it is an idyllic place to produce artisanal beer.
Belianes and twenty other villages make up The Corb Valley, whose identity is marked by this tributary of the Segre river.