This is not a festival like the others, you know that already. If you want a watery beer or a cocktail with an umbrella, you’re in the wrong place.
Malastrana: official beer of the festival, directly from the fine traditions of Prague. Malastrana is a product of Bohemia’s centuries-old beer culture, where producing beer means producing culture.
Guinness: It’s not a true Celtic festival without Guinness; the historic Irish stout is now part of the Montelago beer family.
Montelago Beers: In collaboration with the Il Mastio brewery of Urbisaglia, we offer our two favourite daughters, Litha – gold medal winner at the Brussels international Beer Challenge in Antwerp and the Barcelona Beer Festival – and Mabon. We like to make things in-house.
Il Mastio of Urbisaglia produces only high quality beers, made in accordance with the oldest brewery traditions, combining scrupulous research of high-quality raw materials with an ideal environment using the most advanced technology. All beers are unpasteurized, highly fermented and unfiltered.
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Celtic Whiskies -New in 2018-
Drink in the Montelago atmosphere by savouring the bouquet of the Highland malts and waters that infuse and unleash our whiskies. Travel tastefully through the green hills of Ireland or the icy fjords of Scotland. You’ll see what happens when distillery professionals meet with the biggest Celtic cult festival in Italy.
Montelago Celtic Drink: They said we were crazy to mix beer with Varnelli Mistrà. They said it couldn’t be done. On the contrary …. YES …. YOU…. CAN!!!! Try our pairing: Malastrana plus Varnelli! (only on Saturday 4th August)
Mead, cider & new Montelago drinks: Who can resist the Celtic style drinks produced for Montelago by the farm Le Torri of Potenza Picena in Macerata province? Back by popular demand are Montelago mead – ancient nectar of the Gods and magic kilt-igniting potion – and Montelago cider derived from the alcoholic fermentation of apples.
Mr Magoo eat and drink
The staff of this pub-restaurant from Porto San Giorgio will be ready to serve you throughout the Festival
Catered by local Pro Loco volunteer organizations, numerous stands offer local and Marche food specialties as well as a vast assortment of drinks, while craft distilleries from all over the region & beyond provide an opportunity to sample the best of traditional Celtic drinks such as mead and hippocras (a type of mulled wine).
Celtic Street Food
Catered by Celtic Street Food, a food service offering Celtic dishes, snacks and breakfasts such as fish & chips, bacon & eggs, along with local specialities to accompany the beer.
In a new tent located inside the camping area, you’ll find an open air mini market with the best of local products (bread, fruit and vegetables, meat for the BBQ, etc.):
With twenty years’ experience, Alfredo Fusari and Paolo Mitillo will tempt your taste buds in their role as official dispensers of proteins and vitamin B12. They await you at their stand with the best meat in the Marche region, and the promise of making your legendary Celtic style barbecue unforgettable.
“BRAVI SERGIO” FARM
From the lands of Montecassiano (in Macerata province) come Sergio and his son Enrico with the freshest of their seasonal vegetables. Every Monday and Thursday you can find them on the streets of Macerata, surrounded by hungry old ladies and vegans thirsty for fibre. At Montelago they’ll be the undisputed kings of the courgette, the aubergine, the tomato, the melon, and anything else that can be grilled, blended, peeled, or bitten for a taste of freshness.
Freshly-made rosette, maritozzi and loaves of bread: with the Paparelli brothers Matteo and Nicola, Montelago has finally found its “phornostar”. Hot and straight from their own bakery in Macerata, here come the original focaccio men, ready to satisfy every perverse desire for a slice of bread, to appease the lust of a freshly grilled sausage, to quell the boiling spirit of a jar of grandma's jam.