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Budapest, Hungary
Saturday, February 23, 2019

Barfly

In a city renowned for its nightlife, Budapest Pulse will help you cut through the crap and get to the real gems and the diamonds in the rough.

6:3 Borozó Review

November 25th. 1953. London, Wembley.  Hungary led by Hidegkuti & Puskas are about to skelp England rotten & forever change the face of modern football.

Tipple of the week: Even more Jesus

Fact. Even More Jesus is the best beer ever created. At least for this writer. Brewed by Brooklyn based genius, Jarnit-Bjergsø under the Evil Twin...

Budapest Beer Week Encore June 1st & 2nd

Missed last weeks Budapest Beer Week festivities? No need to worry. You can catch up with the guys tonight & tomorrow at Főzdepark. Brews will set you...

Gólya Presszó Review

When I first moved to Hungary eleven years ago, bars like Golya (the stork) were the rule & not the exception. These days things are very different. The secret is now out regarding Budapest & as more expats, tourists & students come into this wonderful city these traditional spots are becoming increasingly rare. Now I […]

Dániel Bart holds a glass of beer. Courtesy of index.hu

“IPA’s Not a Swear Word Any More”—Dániel Bart on Craft Beer...

The familiar smell of evening closes in around us, the perpetual murmur of other people's conversations percolates through the air. We're back at Élesztő,...

Belvárosi Legenda Review

Years ago, back home (well not back home exactly) there was a wee beer truck that sat in the heart of Gozsdu-udvar. Next...

KEG sörművház Review

Honest truth here. I was pretty damn excited about hitting up this bar. With 32 beers on tap, there is nothing quite like it in...

Polyhistor Pub Review

Fast becoming the craft beer purist’s paradise, Polyhistor is something of a hidden secret in our fair city. To get here, you’ll need to wander...

Mélypont Presszó Review

Probably our favourite new bar at Pulse, Mélypont Presszó is a great wee spot. You won’t find any tourists, stags or many...

Under The Bridge: Valyo Kikötő Review

Like the genocidal maniac Christopher Columbus ''discovered'' America by accident, this writer hadn’t exactly planned to hit up Valyo Kikötő. After devouring an overpriced Langos...