Craft Beer Walk


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While the Hungarian craft beer revolution is still in its infancy, it is building momentum and there are homegrown brews worth seeking out. Discover some of the best Hungarian craft beers—at some of the coolest beer bars—on this walk. You can get a pretty great glass of wine at any decent Budapest restaurant. Though beer has also been brewed here for hundreds of years, beer drinkers are not so lucky. Nearly all bars serve the same few Hungarian beers, which are mass-produced at breweries owned by the big multinational breweries. Luckily, there is a Hungarian craft beer revolution quietly brewing, and it has been steadily gaining momentum over the past several years. The result is a range of unique, handcrafted Hungarian beer for the beer-loving traveler to seek out. This tour, which is led by our beer-specialized guide, will include visits to three bars where you can taste the brews which are launching Hungary’s exciting beer revolution. The first bar will be a truly local place (which the craft beer revolution has not yet touched), where you will discuss the broader history and culture of Hungarian beer (and taste a mainstream beer, for comparison’s sake). At the next two places your guide will guide you through a tasting of around eight craft beers, in a range of styles and flavors. At one bar you will have some light food to accompany the beer. Join us to discover these exciting beers while the revolution is still fresh.

Availability and Timing

This tour is available year-round Monday through Saturday. The small-group tour is from 6pm-9pm and is limited to six participants. The tour generally lasts three hours. This tour is also available as a private tour.

Price

•68 EUR per person for a small-group tour

Starting and Ending Point

Meeting Point: In front of the Great Synagogue (Dohány utca 2). Your Taste Hungary guide (who will be holding a tote bag with the Taste Hungary logo on it) will be waiting at the front of the building, to the left of the information booth, under the black marble plaque dedicated to Theodore Hertzl. The closest metro stops are Astoria (M2 line) or Deák tér (M1, M2, and M3 lines).

Ending point: Varies, but is always somewhere central in the 7th district

What is included?

• Visits to two to three bars with your bee-specialized guide

• Plenty of beer tastings, and light snacks


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