I found this place almost by accident while on a recent business trip with customers. It is located just off the main road running through San Pellegrino, just north of the Hotel Bigio. It is named after the Via Priula, which is as I understand it, a very old path that used to be a way for travelers to enter the northern part of was is now Italy without paying entry taxes. It is still recognized and marked in places like San Pell. This place is not large, but does have a well run kitchen so you can order food along with the unique beers they have on tap and in bottles. The food is good, the beer excellent. The tap beer is mostly brewed under contract by a brewer in Milan, and covers the blonde, red, IPA and other usual offerings. When we were there, the bartender (Marco) was very helpful in explaining both the source of the beers, and the local history. Fun place to enjoy a beer before dinner, or as a go to all by itself.
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