'Beer Week Budapest', 20 - 27 May

  • 21 Apr 2018 3:55 PM
'Beer Week Budapest', 20  -  27 May
A whole week dedicated to craft beer in the heart of Budapest. Like many great things, the idea of the festival was born in a beer bar under the influence of new wave brewing, international festivals, inspiring brewers and of course a decent amount of good beer.

The goal was simple and straightforward from the beginning: although during the past couple of years the wind of craft has touched the Hungarian beer scene and great breweries has been risen from the ground, it is clear that we have to leap that next step to connect our culture into the international circles of craft beer.

That is why BPBW is here -and so are you. Their aim is not only to invite you to the tasting sessions of BPBW but to persuade you staying here for a longer time: during the whole week we are organizing tap takeovers, brewery visits, meet the brewer events and concerts.

The craft beer scene is growing fast here in Budapest. The most impressive craft beer bars, restaurants, artisan coffee houses, street food and live music locations were chosen as BPBW venues to help you guys discovering the city and its own culture.

International breweries

Brewski (Helsingborg, Sweden)
Cerveses La Pirata (Súria, Catalonia)
Edge Brewing (Barcelona, Spain)
Jester King Brewery (Austin, TX, USA)
Malmö Brewing Co. (Malmö, Sweden)
Mikrofonbryggeriet (Göteborg, Sweden)
Signature Brew (London, UK)
To Øl (Copenhagen, Denmark)
Wild Beer Co. (Shepton Mallet, UK)

Local breweries 

HopTop Brewery
Horizont Brewing
Mad Scientist
MONYO Brewing Co.


More info and tickets: bpbw.hu

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