What a pleasant surprise. My GPS actually found this place, and I could see my B&B room at Agriturismo Sartori from the bar. They have a large covered patio, and inside is an L-shaped bar and three rooms plus of restaurant tables. They taplist of 24 included four beer-in-a-box lambics, one of them Italian, a draft kriekenlambik, and two experimental wine beer blends, and even a couple of Italian beers on cask. Cantillon gueuze and Rose de Gambrinus were on tap, as well as over a dozen Italian beers. There is no bottle list per say, but you can peruse the coolers and pick out bottles of lambic or Italian things. The crowd started with just a handful of American families from nearby bases and grew steadily throughout the night until it was completely full, everyone having an obviously good time. Staff - Nicola, Titi (Titziana) and Yasmina - kept pace, and knew the beers thoroughly. Barmen frequently give small samples to try, but these guys gave me full pours, holy cow. To top it off, the burgers and bruschetta were amazing. Sadly I had just missed their annual beer festival in early March. But it’s on the list for next time. No wifi, though, so I couldn’t look up any of the beers, but this is certainly not a place for live rating, just for enjoying.
Ths place is AMAZING. It isn’t near anything, so you need to plan your trip a bit to visit this one. We stayed at a very nice hotel 3km down the road and had an amazing night. Staff is so friendly and open. They love beers, they love good food and they love people. We sat on the patio, but the service was very quick and prompt. Amzing draught AND bottle list. Burgers are great. Overall, to me, together with 4:20 in Roma and Lambiczoon in Milano, this place is not to be missed when in Italy. Would go back in a heartbeat!
Made it here after 36+ hours of travel from the US, thru London, onto Venice plus the drive thru 40 roundabouts. Definitely worth it. Arrived early so was able to park in the parking area which isn’t large. Really nice day outside so the outside and inside bar areas were open. Layout was great with different beer memorabilia throughout the bar. Sat at the bar, chalkboard above had a detailed description of what was on tap which were all Italian locals. Drank a few of the hoppier, session beers since I was driving but all were darn good. Starving so had a Cheeseburger which was large itself with a nice helping of fries that were quite outstanding. They had a nice selection of bottles for purchase from lambics to local Italian rarities. While there, the locals started showing up and you could see many knew each other but the friendliness and ambiance was great. The service was spot on and the price for the beers were priced lower than expected but I guess that’s because I’m used to the higher priced US markets. Overall, glad I made it a point to come here on this European beer trip. Would recommend if you are in this part of Italy you have to make a stop here. Cheers!