Visited May 2018. Placed in a backyard with other bars / restaurants. Other places having wine and spirits.. In the middle a court yard with lots of seatings. Visiting while they are having a tap take over with different Hungarian microes.. Serving beers ( some ) 0,2 samples.. Good condition.. worth a visit..
Klimat miejsca bardzo fajny. Duzo piw - lokalne produkty. W toalecie brudno. Oczywiscie, jak na Wegry przystalo, wydzielonych miejsc dla palaczy brak - smród wszedzie, wiec z ocena aromatów piwa moze byc klopot. Dwa bary. Na jednym pani nic nie wie o piwach. W drugim troche lepiej. Oczywiscie karta nie zaplacisz. Cóz, jak dla mnie to juz nie te czasy, ze craft kojarzy sie z podziemiem. Trzymam kciuki za poprawe.
GDTRFB (86) Marblehead, Massachusetts | October 30, 2017
Excellent "ruin" area - with a main courtyard and number of different restaurant/bars on the perimeter. A little distance from the main downtown area, but an easy walk. Nice selection of Hungarian, Czech and Polish beers - maybe not served with a smile, but the quality beer at a good price.
Visited 2017-09-02. Located in a backyard with a few street food style food stalls and two small bars. One specializes in cask ale (although none available on my visit) and one has 21 beers on tap, most of which are local beers. Nice atmosphere, friendly staff and good service.
Was rather disappointed with this place. Location is quite cool - the bar is in a partially covered courtyard along with other bars and restaurants. Decor has a somewhat shabby industrial feel to it. The guy that served me was quite surly, was reluctant to answer a pretty simple question about which one of the two IPA’s on tap he would recommend. Tap list is an impressive 20 beers BUT only 8 were on when I visited, which I found a bit crap really. Can understand one or two beers being off but not more than half of the lines. No food here but stuff in other places in the courtyard looked good. Prices were decent. Not a bad place but a bit off the beaten track and not worth the effort if they have less than half of their taps on.