(Original rating 25-08-2014) Very near Termini station, just a quick 5 minutes walk on Via Cavour. Huge place, at least compared to other beer shops I visited. Tons and tons of bottles (both chilled and room temperature, but in a darkish room), it’s pretty much impossibile to go home unhappy. Italian micros and American craft breweries seem to be the biggest emphasis, but there are a few Belgian and Dutch beers as well. Some glasses and various merchandise (i.e. t-shirts). Service could be slightly better.. The prices are on the high side, I agree with that. But it’s Rome, and near Termini, so it’s kinda expected. If Domus Birrae was next door, I’d be broke every damn month. Good. *** Third update: the selection is still great, but, imho, this shop is getting worst every month. The service is pretty much non existent. Sometimes plain rude and uninterested, others literally non existent. The last time I visited there was no one in the shop for 10 minutes! Trying to sell a can with a BB date of April 2015 wasn’t cool either. (From 80 to 72) ***
A place with one of the largest beer selections available in the city (at least from the places I visited). Spacy and well organized shelved, though the price labels were not very clear on all bottles. The most rare bottles were also within a decent price range.
Great location down the street from Termini Station. The front room has fridges full of beer to drink on site which is great. The back room is where the magic happens with the best selection of top shelf stuff from all over Italy and Europe with a scattering of things from the US. A really well curated selection with prices in line with places in Rome though some get pricey - usually for rare stuff. Probably the most interesting selection of to go bottles in Rome.
adster (33) , Hungary | January 31, 2015| Updated August 29, 2015
Fantastic beer store where you can drink your chosen one immediately. I visited the shop in the summer of 2013, so I don’t know if everything is the same, but the guy who ran the place was really helpful and generous. It has a peaceful corner where you can drink your beer while thinking about which bottle you should choose. I have only good memories about it.
neluco (91) , | November 13, 2014| Updated June 20, 2016
The best selection in Rome, however it is pricy and staff normally is busier with the computer than trying to help the customer. Anyway, it is worth a visit once in a while when in town.
Close to Termini, the central train station, so a good place to grab some beers before going to the hotel. Stocked up here to have some beers at the hotel for the week we stayed. Good selection of Italian micros as well as some internationals. Cold beers are available in the front room while the back room holds shelves containing most of the beers. Prices are a bit high, even for someone from Sweden, but that’s the way craft beer is in Rome.