Yokohama Brewery Information

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Yokohama Brewery
Ever since foreigners first settled in Yokohama, it has been a place synonymous with beer. Beer was first brewed in Yamate in 1870, with the first brewery “Spring Valley Beer”, which has recently been brought back via the Kirin beer company. Yokohama Brewery was established in 1995 and is the largest craft beer producer in Yokohama. The brewery tries to use as much locally sourced materials as possible.

Yokohama Brewery Main Lineup

The following beers are part of the Yokohama Brewery main lineup.

  • Yokohama Bohemian Pilsner – a 5.5% Czech style pilsner brewed using Salz hops and Bohemian yeast;
  • Yokohama Alt – a 5.5% German style alts brewed using caramel malt and imported yeast;
  • Yokohama Weizen – an award-winning wheat beer brewed using 50% barley and 50% wheat;
  • Yokohama IPA – an award-winning English style IPA brewed using imported malt and hops from the UK;
  • Yokohama Pale ale – a 5.0% American pale ale brewed with imported hops from the USA;
  • Yokohama Lager – 2011 Japan cup bronze winning beer brewed using New Zealand hops four times.

Yokohama Brewery Seasonal and Limited Edition Lineup

The following beers are part of the seasonal and Limited Edition lineup

  • Yokohama Ale – a 5.5% English bitter ale collaboration between Yokohama Brewery and Spring Valley Brewery to celebrate 150th anniversary of the opening of Yokohama port.
  • Yokohama Belgian Wheat – a 5% collaborative beer between Yokohama Brewery and Sogo department store.
  • Yokohama Criollo Ale – a 5% winter stout that is part of the range of beers from before Gojo-san took over.
  • Yokohama Dragon Fruit Ale – a 5% fruit beer that uses dragon fruits grown in the Seya ward of Yokohama.
  • Yokohama Noge Beer – a 5% golden ale brewed in celebration of the Noge area of Yokohama.
  • Yokohama Peated Black – a 6% smoked beer which uses peated malt NOT peat from Ireland.
  • Yokohama Seya no Komugi Beer – a 5.5% wheat ale and is part of their Summer seasonal line up and contains wheat, or komugi, that has been locally sourced from the Seya-ward of Yokohama.
  • Yokohama YABAcious IPA – a 6.5% American IPA and part of their entry into the 2017 Japan Brewers’ Cup.
  • Yokohama Yuzu Weizen – a 5% fruit beer that uses sourced wheat from Seya ward in Yokohama, water from Doshi village, and also locally sourced yuzu.

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Yokohama Brewery Information

Address: 231-0013, Kanagawa-ken, Yokohama-shi, Naka-ku, Sumiyoshi 6-68-1

Phone: 045-640-0271

Website (Japanese only): http://www.yokohamabeer.com

Online store (Japanese only): http://www.yokohamabeer.net/

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