Coedo Brewery Information

Coedo Brewery Logo

Coedo Brewery Logo
Like other Japanese microbreweries, Coedo Brewery took advantage of the law change and started brewing beers in 1996, initially using the wheat from their local area. Unable to find a malting company nearby, they began to use locally sourced sweet potatoes instead. They also invited a German braumeister to stay and teach the Coedo staff his techniques over a 5 year period. In 2006, rather than using the classification of ‘Ji-beer’ (‘local beer’), often used to entice tourists to buy beer, Coedo began to use ‘craft beer’ instead. Their main line up consists of:

Coedo Main Lineup

The following are part of Coedo’s all year round lineup

  • Coedo Kyara – an Indian pale lager brewed from six different malts;
  • Coedo Ruri – a pilsner named after the colour of a clear, blue sky;
  • Coedo Shiro – a hefeweizen that is best served chilled.
  • Coedo Shikkoku – a black lager brewed from eight different malts, including two dark malts;
  • Coedo Beniaka – an Imperial style sweet potato amber, classified as a happoshu due to the low malt content.
  • Coedo Marihana – Coedo’s take on a session IPA.

Coedo Seasonal, Limited Edition, and Draft Lineup

The following are part of Coedo’s seasonal, limited edition, and draft range

Coedo Brewery Information

Address: 385-10 Kamitome, Miyoshi-machi, Iruma-gun, Saitama, Japan 354-0045

Phone: 049-259-7735

Homepage (in English): http://www.coedobrewery.com/en/

Online Store: http://webshop.coedobrewery.com/

Coedo Articles

Coedo Articles can be found at the following places:

Interview with Asagiri-san, president of Coedo

Coedo Brewery Tour

Coedo Beniaka Renewal Event

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