Gravity Brewing

Gravity is one of the few Budapest craft beer bars where the brewery itself is located on the premises. This means the taproom, which is inside the brick-walled basement of a pre-war building, abuts the production plant fitted with steel tanks, hoses, and electric dashboards (there's a see-through door). The beers span approachable New England IPAs, rye beers, and hefty imperial stouts with double-digit alcohol levels.

There’s twelve beers on tap, of which a couple usually come from other Hungarian producers, such as the hops-infused cider made by Budaprés. Gravity Brewing is a project of American native Greg Kieckhefer and the local staff speaks perfect English. Price points are friendlier than at comparable craft beer bars.

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