I didn't go out in search of Soproni; I went out in search of dinner. Klauzal Cafe offered hearty fare at reasonable prices, so I wasn't too concerned about what they offered to drink. I decided to have a schnitzel, and it seemed somewhat fitting to wash it down with Soproni which was the most common beer I came across in Budapest.

My beer arrived a clear gold with a large white head. There wasn't much aroma besides some basic malt. The flavor was kind of bready and unremarkable. It was light in my mouth and while not all that interesting, it was easy to drink. The real star of the show was my schnitzel which was thin and delicious. The pale lager paired well with my meal by staying in the background and allowing the dish to shine by offering refreshment and subtle enhancement. I can't say I'd ever try and find another glass of Soproni, but I would gladly drink another one if it meant I could have another schnitzel like this one.

Overall: 6/10

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Hi, I'm Colin, I love a good hoppy IPA, but I can find immense enjoyment in a solid session beer, imperial stout, quadrupel or a nostalgic beer from my past.


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