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The Pointer Pub Next to Budapest's Oktogon

The Pointer Pub belongs to a great Budapest English pub chain and therefore there are several Pointer Pubs across the city. This Pointer Pub next to the famous Oktogon square provides high ceilings, two screens with sport footage and even at its rear end, a nice niche with club style sofas and books to read. 154 more words

Friday Cocktail: Rum Shandy

While it may be springtime (finally!) there is definitely still a bit of a chill in the air, which is fine by me as it means I get to keep wearing my comfy sweaters. 405 more words

Cocktails

Review: SHANDY - Bish Bosh Bash 7"

SHANDY
Bish Bosh Bash 7″
Contra Records

It´s the return of the fever tree jagged Bovver Bandicoots from Down Under (the bar) with a prophesying Boogie Woogie Double-A Side for their “Tough Pucker” Album, meanwhile having hit the streets and Trevor White´s secret basement party room as well, with the objective of overstraining your artificial senior hooly hip joint in a rush of teenage excitement by trying to do nutzoid teenage dance moves while being totally zonked out on cheap shots of crocodile naphtha hooch.     87 more words

REVIEWS

Podcast: Will it Shandy?

There’s something not many people know about me. I love shandies and radlers – the humble blend of beer and lemonade. Phil Cook, my friend and colleague also shares this passion. 77 more words

Beer

Leinies Summer Shandy Bottle Cap Pins Are Now Available! 🎉

Are you a fan of @leinenkugels #SummerShandy? Get your Bottle Cap Pin! http://www.BottleCapsNCorks.com 
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Career of Evil: We’re three books into the series, and Cormoran Strike is STILL down on his luck (Book #3 in the Cormoran Strike series by Robert Galbraith/J.K. Rowling)

I’d like to start off this review by saying that I’ve definitely been putting off reading and reviewing Career of Evil for quite a while, not because I didn’t like… 2,209 more words

Book Review