la location è molto bella ma l’ambiente a me non piace,troppo asettico e non sembra ne un ristorante tantomeno una birreria(il bancone è freddo e invivibile).
L’impianto è molto bello ma le birre vengono servite male.La selezione è vasta ma mai completa...con tutte quelle spine si potrebbe svariare un po’di piu e soprattutto il servizio è piu che scadente (non è che se uno lavora al 4:20 capisce di birra,anzi...)ah dimenticavo non scrivetemi per cercare di farmi cambiare la recensione,ormai è piu di una volta che vengo e questa è la mia decisione è inutile che mi scrivete mess. privati x farmi cambiare idea,x me questo è un locale da evitare e basta
simply a wonderful place in the most beautiful city in the world! can you ask for more? unique beers always served in the best possible way, relaxed atmosphere to enjoy delicious food and the best whiskey to conclude the evening very well! excellent staff always friendly that do their job with gentle courtesy: The beer list is hard to believe, the prices are in line with all over the city with the difference that this assortiment is not avalaible anywhere else in Italy! it is a great experience that I recommend to all those who spend a night in rome! a pub \ restaurant that is quickly becoming a must-see for any lover of beer and do not forget to check the list of vintage beers, will leave you breathless.
aner73 (35) Novara, Italy | October 5, 2010| Updated August 20, 2012
If you are in Rome (for beers or not...), you can’t miss this place. Draft or bottles, sit at the bar and have your experience.
Impressive place, neverr seen such a big numbers of beer! I love the biergarten shelter and its joyful atmosphere. I had the pleasure to know Alex the owner and he’s very friendly and funny.
Forcina (68) Bellinzona, Rome, Brussels, Switzerland | September 11, 2010| Updated October 23, 2011
a beer mecca, nothing else to say
ReAle (38) Rome, Italy | August 29, 2010| Updated February 13, 2011
The Brasserie 4:20 is one of the best addresses in Europe to have a real beer experience. It’s an innovative Brasserie that rewrites the rules of taste with a clear educational and divulgative attempt. You can go @4:20 and drink just a beer, like in a pub, with a list of excellent appetizers. Or you can have a great dinner “containing” beer like in a restaurant. The food is excellent, well selected and strictly “HQ”! Cutting board with pata negra or suino nero dei nebrodi ham, fine cold meats and valued cheese. Great sea-food, pasta and fishes cooked following innovative and original recipes. They cook with beer, they serve courses together with the right combined beer. Desserts are excellent too: I use to order the Imperial TiramiStout (tiramisù & stout beer) and it’s simply delightful, maybe the best you can have in Rome! The owner takes care of drink&food quality and try to diffuse the passion of gourmet. No coca-cola, no industrial beer, no crummy food. Here you can find the best craftbeer from all over the world (Mikkeller, De Molen, drie Fonteinen), a giant selection of bottles, some excellent vintage beers, or (if you prefer) you can have a glass of rare and precious whisky (there’s the hugest and most impressive list of whisky that I’ve ever seen in my life!). For abstemious, there’s only water. The “tasting menu” is really interesting: 40 euro for a great dinner and you can taste 4 different beers. The 4:20 organize also many events, expecially for homebrewers. Fortunately, last time I get in the Brasserie the service was great again, like one years ago. Regarding the local: Brasserie 4:20 has an elegant saloon, perfectly designed and furnished, and a frisky terrace planned like a biergarten. You can reach the Brasserie by tram line 8 (get off @Piazza Nievo stop) and then it’s about 200 metres walk. Don’t miss it!
Sarebbe la Brasserie perfetta se non fosse penalizzato da un servizio un pò sommario. La qualità delle birre è sicuramente alta ma forse berle a temperature lievemente più consone e con una schiuma più adeguata sarebbe ottimale. Ottimo l’ambiente ed il cibo, ma si può sicuramente migliorare nel complesso. Non basta curare la selezione delle birre per avere successo.....