In spite of the incredible and varied wines Italy produces, the country has fallen hard for craft beer. One of the most popular breweries in Milan is Birrificio Lambrate, which got its start in 1996, before the craft beer craze hit. When they first began, they had a capacity of 150 liters per batch and had two types of beer on tap at their pub, which was only open a few days a week. Today, they have increased their capacity to 2,000 liters per batch and operate both a pub and pub-restaurant. Walking in, you could think you’d just stepped into an English pub. Not only are there plenty of beers on tap, but beer also features as a key ingredient in their meat-heavy menu. It’s a beer lover’s paradise.
Time Out tip: If you’re meeting up with friends at the pub, be sure to specify which one you’ll be heading to (the original pub or the restaurant), as they aren’t particularly close to one another.
|Venue name:||Birrificio Lambrate Adelchi|
Via Privata Adelchi, 5