One day I randomly bumped into Birrificio di Lambrate (the new location of Via Golgi). I’ve always wanted to go there since it’s pretty famous in town for their home-brewed beers, and I am a quality-beers lover.
Birrificio di Lambrate is a pub with a nice interior, Austrian-style, where it’s possible to have a beer sitting inside or taking it outside to enjoy the warm climate. They have a kitchen and serve pretty good food till 22:00, then they open it again around 23:30 to make late comers happy with Nuremberg sausages, pretzels, fries and steak. But the diamond product of Birrificio di Lambrate, as expected from the name, is the home-brewed beer. They have classic beers, always available (try Sant’Ambroeus and Porpora), seasonal beers and special ones, brewed if the raw material needed is available. From this last cluster I had Beccamorti, absolutely amazing if you like dark beers.
So if you like good beers, don’t miss this place. It is not in the very city center but it’s easily reachable by metro (green line, stop at Lambrate).