Small shop with quite nice selection Italian, Belgian, English, American and German beers. There’s some glasses available too. Not very cheap. It’s almost too small and it’s hard to move if there’s more than one customer at the time. Very helpful staff. I found lots of new Italian beers.
Even if I gomore often to Atuttabirra, I still consider Roybeer a very good place too. In comparison, you will find many different products, different Italian micros and possibly more English beers and less German beers. The Belgian selection is interesting too.
Small shop selling home brewing materials and a good selection of beers, both italian and international. Belgium, dutch, danish, american beers etc.1 of the few shop i visited in milan who actually have some italian microes. Ok service, all though a limited english was spoken. Ok prices.
Rather small shop bit out of the way. We drove there while it rained cats and dogs in Milano only to find the store closed. We were bit confused since it should be working according to the hours at their FB and web page. Anyway good thing is we waited for 10 minutes or so because guy working there (owner?) came and opened the shop. Very good selection of Italian and international beers. International being mostly Belgian, Dutch, Danish and some UK and US beers. Around 500 bottles available. Prices were OK. Would return.
Small shop with a lot of good beers. Might be a bit short on Italian selection but I was able to find some little gems of limited releases. Prices are correct.
Fairly big selection of Belgian, American, UK and German beers plus other small countries.
Friendly service in Italian. With the size of the city of Milano I am still unsure how or why the city has not yet reached the beerstore quality of Bologna.
I hate using the word "cute" as a descriptor but there’s no better way to paint the picture. Impossibly small store packed with quality beer from most regions of the world (Southern Hemisphere excepted!). Standouts include deep selections from Mikkeller and less-than-common lambics. Most Italian craft represented albeit the range wasn’t particularly big. Pricing at market.
Small but very cured store that offers an optimal selection of Belgian and English beers, with also some Italian handicraft beers. Available moreover kit to prepare your handicraft beer and some accessory/gadgets. Kind but not always ready staff.
The store is small and prices are a little higher than in other places, but the selection is huge. Lots of rare Belgian, trappists of course, and the widest selection of Americans I’ve ever seen in Italy. To me, a must-go place if you’re in Milan.