A very nice and cozy bottle shop with nice personnel. What the current shop-keeper lacked in english, he made up with friendliness and enthusiasm. Some samples of their "own" beer were offered with lots of good buy suggestions. A nice selection of vintage belgian brews available are worth a mention too. Definitely worth a visit if you are looking for some local micro brews. Didn’t really see the tasty Buskeus beer anywhere else but here.
Have moved across the street from the original place. The owner is very friendly and speaks good English. Have two taps inside the store that he shares beer from while you browse around. Decent selection of Italian micro. Very good selection of vintage beers, Thomas Hardy, Abstrakt, De Dolle... It is a bit off, but not that far to go. Bought a bunch of vintage beer and some olive oil made by the owners father, who also happened to be in the store.
This Is Not The Pizza Reauarant In Trastevere! Best beer shop in Roma. Mirko is very knowledgable and loves to talk about beer. Buskers, Mirko’s brand, is one of my favorite Italian beers. It is always evolving. Also one of the best olive oils that is produced by Mirko’s father. Sometimes they have a hop infused oil available. Worth the trip.
Was there a time. I know it’s a popular place, but I had no luck. The beer selection is not very large, and the kitchen was terrible. I guess it just happened by accident.
MikeKeller (36) Kemi, Finland | September 15, 2013| Updated January 31, 2014
This place was well worth visiting from the other side of Roma (Valle Aurelia). Mirko took plenty of time to tell about the Italian micros and the Buskers beers he has brewed himself! We tasted a couple of beers at the shop too. The place was still a bit in work-in-progress state as they had recently moved from the other side of the street. When finished they’re gonna have a couple of taps too at the shop. They also had a bit limited selection (I was only interested in rare italian micros) because of a beer festival but I still got as many great ones I needed.