EurHop! Roma Beer Festival
Still riding the wave of last years’ huge success, Publigiovane Eventi, in partnership with “Ma Che Siete Venuti A Fà” are coming back this year too to deliver on their promise of more beer fun. Indeed, the same guys of the management team in 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016 are pleased to announce that the EurHop! Roma Beer Festival will be held at the “Salone Internazionale della Birra Artigianale”, running from 6 through 8 October.
For this year we wanted to increase even more the number of brewing excellence, to give at our visitors an even more complete and exciting experience.
Opening Times + Prices
Friday, October 6: from 17:00 To 3:00
Saturday, October 7: from 12:00 to 3:00
Sunday, October 8: from 12:00 to 24:00
Daily ticket: 10 Euro, including the glass, cup holder pocket,
Guide to Beer tasting and 3 tokens (of 1 euro each value.)
Subscription for three days: 18 Euro
*The ticket office at the Salone delle Fontane will be open during the hours of the festival, and up to one hour before closing.
BUY ONLINE TICKET*
*The ticket purchased online does not include tokens that can be purchased within the event. Online purchased tickets ensure entry to the event without making queues at peak times.
Minors: Children from 0 to 18 years of age must be accompanied. For children aged 0 to 14 (not completed), the entrance is free of charge. For teenagers aged 14 to 18, entrance is reduced.
Tasting mode and beer costs:
Change tokens (1 token = 1 Euro).
For the large number of beers present at the event each beer will have indicated its price on the Guide. The price can range from 2 to 3 euros for half beer and from 4 to 6 euros per full glass.
PARKING and PUBLIC TRANSPORT: About 2,000 free parking spaces, and connection by metro and bus (for more information please see How To Get)
The “Salone delle Fontane”, situated in the heartland of EUR, a pulsating and vibrantly modern area in the south of Rome, spreads over 2000sqm and with its well-appointed décor and design, is one of the most elegant and impressive locations in the Eternal City.
A network of outdoor fountains, richly adorned with engraved mosaic patterns, granite staircases and an expansive park edging round the venue, set the stage for the impressive hallway, designed in the style of monumentalist architecture by Italian architect Gaetano Minnucci on the 1930s in connection with the “Universal Exposition” that was due to open in Rome in 1942.
How To Get
The nearest underground stations are Eur Palasport and Eur Magliana.
Both stations are on the “Linea B” of the underground system.
From Eur Palasport: keep walking down the Viale Ludwig van Beethoven
for about 15 mins (1200m). Alternatively, take bus 708 at the stop marked “America/Tupini” and get off at “Agricoltura” (6 stops).
On exiting Eur Magliana: walk for about 10mins (1000m) up to the steps at “Palazzo della Civiltà del Lavoro”.