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Kamikatz Beyond The Sea is a 4.5% gose from Rise & Win Brewing, based in Tokushima, Japan. It’s part of their bottled and draft lineup, though it is limited edition, so it’s unknown whether it will be released again. Kamikatz Beyond The Sea is brewed using locally harvested sea salt from the Kiisuido Strait, between Tokushima and Wakayama. It also uses iyokan, a ...
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Snow Monkey Beer Live 2019 is an annual event held at Shiga Kogen ski resort in Nagano, Japan. The event takes place over two days, Friday 15th and Saturday 16th March and combines Japanese craft beer, which we love, with music, which we love, with snowboarding and skiing, which we also love, so what is there not to love? If ...
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Baird Public House Bitter is a 3.5% English bitter from Baird Beer, based in Shizuoka, Japan. It’s part of their draft, which can be found on hand pump at their taprooms, and also saw a limited bottle released. Baird Public House Bitter is made using Maris Otter and Caramel malt, East Kent Golding and Fuggle hops. Baird Public House Bitter Aroma and ...
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BeerTengoku by Beertengoku Writer - 5d ago

Like most countries around the world, Japan is a bi-measurement country. Land is measured in metres squared, while room sizes are measured in tatami (85.5 cm wide and 179 cm long). Bottles of sake come in millilitres, yet are sold in choko or masu, with the latter having a volume of one gō (180ml). It can be rather confusing having ...
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Caprice Craft Beer and Wine: The Bottom Line Delicious Italian cuisine, beautifully presented and reasonably priced, and eight taps of Shonan beers. What’s not to like? Come to Tsujido, you fools! Caprice Craft Beer and Wine: The Review Rob often takes the piss out of me (British) for living in a backwater town like Tsujido. And it’s true, I do ...
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Matsumoto Artisanal Saison is a 5% saison from Far Yeast Brewing, based in Yamanashi, Japan. It’s part of their collaborative range with this one being with Matsutmoto Brewing, based in Matsumoto. It can be found in bottles at the Matsumoto Taproom though we’re yet to see it on sale elsewhere. Matsumoto Artisanal Saison Aroma and Taste Matsumoto Artisanal Saison poured ...
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Daisen G Scottish Ale is a 6% Scottish ale from Kumezakura Brewery, based in Tottori, Japan. It’s part of their winter seasonal line up and can be found in both bottles and on tap when on sale. Since it first came on sale, Daisen G Scottish Ale has had its abv increased from 4.5% to its current level of 6% now. Daisen ...
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Standing Bar Beer Boy The Bottom Line Standing Bar Beer Boy tweaks the tried-and-tested idea of Craft Beer Market to create something different, and it works. The casual atmosphere of being able to pop in for a quick beer, without the hassle of waiting for a seat, or having even to book a table, is still welcome. The prices do ...
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