Other reviews are pretty much spot on, so there’s not much more to add. The lady was indeed very friendly and knowledgeable. Small place, just two small sections of Italian things. Prices were good. This place is in the Ethiopian/Eritrean neighborhood, so you could time a visit to concide with a nice mean of njera and doro wat.
3fourths (1569) Boulder, Colorado | October 14, 2009| Updated December 21, 2012
amazing beer selection and an amazingly rich store experience. reminds me of some of the great beer stores in belgium. selection of obscure italian beer will satisfy the beer explorer who wants to become more familiar with the emerging, exciting and experimental brewing scene in italy. wonderful store that should not be missed by any serious beer traveler. lady at the counter didn’t know much english but was still very helpful, and you can manage to determine what the beer is (or come close) by checking the ABV and reading the italian ingredients list assuming you can handle some simple italian translation. i spent much more than i anticipated.
Fantastic little beer store stocking an impressive range of Italian, Belgian and other foreign beers - including the States. I picked up a few bottles and was pleasantly surpised by the Italian micros. Also theres a lot of glasses and beer gear available too. Good spot.
A remarkable beer shop, extremely small, but offering quite a few beers that you won’t see elsewhere including the largest range of rare Baladin. Also lots of belgians. Kept at room temperature. Loaded with breweriana. The landlady does not speak english though.
Unbelievable place, every time I go there I find new beers, and not only Italian (always Baladin, butalso 32 Via dei Birrai recently,and many others in turns), but also excellent Belgian that it’s not easy to find in many places around the world.
Small shop not notisable when closed. Helpfull staff but no english spoken. Web-site not up to date. Of the 20 beers I wanted only apr. 5 was avalible. But there were plenty of others to get. Really nice Italiena micro selection. Went with family so only spent 20 min getting my ration of 15-20 large beers.
If you search countries just around the corner there is a southamerican kiosk with beers from Peru, Colombia, Argentina and more.
Easy to reach by bus or metro via Republica stop. Tiny shop with a look reminding me more of an antique shop for beers with a touch on the tacky side.
Tons of empty boxes in one of the room, plenty of beer glasses and other memoribilia to choose from.
Not much in terms of service, the lady working there never acknolwedged my presence. Might be a great spot for locals but as a Belgian seeking out Italian craft it came a little short on variety.
Small beer shop in the centre of Milan. Decent number of Italian & International beers and glasses. Slightly unenthusiastic service. Opening hours are a bit irregular. A good beer shop but I was bit disappointed as they did not have much on my Italian beer want list.