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Grado Plato

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Viale Fasano 36/bis
Chieri (TO), 10023
phone: +39 011 9473236

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4.06/5  rDev n/a
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.75 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4

Stopped here on a tour through northern Italy looking for craft beers. Was excited when I saw the large beer menu, but let down when I figured out that most of the beers were lagers. They did offer an American amber ale and a chocolate stout which were decent enough. Other interesting beers were a nice hefeweizen with green tea in it and a smoky millet beer. I think that some of the other lagers had interesting ingredients in them, but I didn't try them and I couldn't understand their descriptions because I don't know Italian.

The service was very friendly and attentive, but I can't comment on the food since I didn't try it.

We sat outside on the patio, but the inside of the bar was fairly comfortable and was surprisingly large. It was mostly empty while we were there, but we showed up just as it opened at 7pm. It might have filled up after we left.

Overall this is a worthy stop if you're around the area. This is a brewery to watch as they seem to have a curious and inventive spirit, and I imagine that their beers will improve as they grow.

Grado Plato in Chieri (TO), Italy
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