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===Beer===
 
===Beer===
 
Hungarian beer is quite average compared to other Central European countries like Germany and the Czech Republic as it has long been a wine culture.  The most common beers are Dreher, Szalon, Borsodi, Soproni and Arany Ászok, available in the styles ''világos'' (lager) and ''barna'' (brown). All of Hungarian breweries are owned and managed by international brands such as: Dreher Sörgyár (Budapest) - SAB-Miller; Heineken Hungaria (Sopron and Martfű) - Heineken; Borsodi Sörgyár (Bőcs) - Interbrew; Pécsi Sörfőzde (Pécs)- Ottakinger.  
 
Hungarian beer is quite average compared to other Central European countries like Germany and the Czech Republic as it has long been a wine culture.  The most common beers are Dreher, Szalon, Borsodi, Soproni and Arany Ászok, available in the styles ''világos'' (lager) and ''barna'' (brown). All of Hungarian breweries are owned and managed by international brands such as: Dreher Sörgyár (Budapest) - SAB-Miller; Heineken Hungaria (Sopron and Martfű) - Heineken; Borsodi Sörgyár (Bőcs) - Interbrew; Pécsi Sörfőzde (Pécs)- Ottakinger.  
They cost about 200-300 Forints at a store and 400-600 at a bar. Some expensive clubs can charge up to 900 in Budapest.
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They cost about 200-300 Forints at a store and 400-600 at a bar. Some expensive club can charge up to 900 in Budapest.
  
 
Imported beers like Pilsner Urquell, Staropramen and Budweiser-Budvar (the Czech variety) are widely available in bars and markets for not much more than the ubiquitous Hungarian brands.  
 
Imported beers like Pilsner Urquell, Staropramen and Budweiser-Budvar (the Czech variety) are widely available in bars and markets for not much more than the ubiquitous Hungarian brands.  

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