The Pietra brewery is the first Corsican brewery to be created in 1996 in Furiani by the Sialelli couple. The idea was born in their heads in the summer of 1992 during a concert by the group I Muvrini in Corte. Its name comes from the name of their home village Pietraserena. The Pietra brewery has made a name for itself and its worldwide reputation is due to its recipe for chestnut flour beer, LA PIETRA, an amber beer with 6% alcohol (chestnuts coming exclusively from Castagniccia).
Other varieties of beer were then created, such as Pietra blonde, Serena, a 100% pure malt blonde beer, Colomba, a white beer flavoured with maquis herbs, Pietra rosée, flavoured with cherry, raspberry and blackberry, Pietra de Noël, and the latest, Chjuca, a blonde beer in a pocket format (15 cl)
They have also created their own lemonade, the Limunata Carina, and since 2003 have been producing their own cola, the Corsica Cola: a real nod to history since the inventor of the cola, Angelo Mariani, who, according to legend, came from Corsica.
Moreover, since 2002, a whisky made by the Pietra brewery and distilled by the Mavela distillery has been marketed under the name of "P&M".