In a recent article, the tourism website welovebudapest.com reported about the international image of Budapest Beer Week, the changes after Covid, and of course why it is worth visiting the festival this year.
The highlights of Budapest Beer Week are expected to be the tasting days and closing concerts on May 26-27, but it is also worth choosing from other programs with beer-related activities across the city, and an encore day on May28 to cap off the week. Nearly 50 craft breweries from around the world will be attending the event this year. For the full line-up, click here.
Budapest Beer Week was launched in 2018, and the big question was if the ideas of the Copenhagen or Tallinn festivals could be implemented in Hungary. The project proved to be a success and have since inspired festivals in Romania, the Czech Republic, Slovenia, and Bulgaria.
The organizers, as visitors to other beer festivals, have developed their own Hungarian version by using the best ideas to create an event in Budapest.
The open air of the event venue at Dürer Kert, the waterfront, the family atmosphere, the beer-music-concept and Budapest itself combine to create an atmosphere that is truly unique for both guests and brewers.
Concert at Dürer Kert event venue (Photo: Facebook: BPBW/Budapest Beer Week)
Last year, the autumn Budapest Beer Week returned after a break of more than two years, so the festival was rather more of a relaunch. In the fourth season of the series, tasting days, afterparties, and a Sunday encore have become a well-established recipe, and this year the organizers have promised to deliver the most colorful line-up of music ever, both in terms of bands and beer selectors.
via welovebudapest.com, Featured image: Facebook/BPBW/Budapest Beer Week