Budapest beer establishments are a sort of political map of the early XXth century. You can identify them by Söröző sign. In District I, under the wall of Buda Castle there are plenty of German and Austrian beer houses. Cross the Danube to find beer from the imperial provinces – the Czech and Slovakian one. And for Belgian, British and Hungarian beer you will have to travel all around the city.
Beer culture is not that developed here as in the neighboring countries contrasted to wine – its production began under Romans who taught Magyars to make it. So Hungarian beer is not worth a profound research. The best beer can still be found in home breweries in Swabian villages. Several local factories provide locals with cheap booze – one of them was opened in 1895 in the town of Soproni and its production is the most decent Hungarian beer you can find. It is served in the majority of restaurants.