Piney, citrusy, and floral IPAs, sour ales, and blackcurrant ciders are just a few of the beers available from the 32 taps at Mixát, a polished and oversized newcomer to Budapest's thriving craft beer universe. Mixát is located within the Palace Quarter, so named after the high-ceilinged Revival-style palazzos here that used to be home to the Hungarian aristocracy in days of yore. Mixát's moniker comes from the phonetic spelling of Mikszáth tér, the charming square nearby that fills to capacity during the summer months.
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