Hopaholic, located inside Budapest's party district, is a snug craft beer bar known for its dizzying range of international craft beers. They source bottled beers from over 250 microbreweries across the world and there's also ten rotating beers on tap. Do you feel like downing a cloudy, yeasty hefeweizen? Perhaps an imperial stout from Denmark sporting a 10% ABV? Or, rather, a tarty and fruity Moldavian-Hungarian lambic beer? Not a problem.

The bartenders are helpful and will provide samples to taste if you're feeling overwhelmed by all the options. As you can imagine with such a wide assortment, prices vary from a few euros a glass to up to €25 for a 12% ABV American barleywine.

Hopaholic eschews the typical signifiers of the craft beer genre—no exposed fermentation tanks or tattoed-and-bearded hipster bartenders. Instead, here the beers take center stage, as you can also tell by the customers, most of whom are discerning beer fans quietly sipping away.

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