Fujizakura Heights Beer by Fujikankokaihatsu

Fujizakura Heights Beer

Fujizakura Heights Beer

Fujizakura Heights Beer, also known as Fujikankokaihatsu, is a brewery based in Yamanashi, near Kawaguchi Lake. Fujizakura Heights Beer leans heavily towards German style beers, due to the head brewer Miyashita Hiromichi learning his trade in Germany back in 1996. They have also won several awards for their beers with the Fujizakura Heights Rauch voted best rauch style beer. The biggest problem with getting Fujizakura Heights Beer is that the limited editions beers are sold in such meagre numbers its hard to get hold of them besides the official website on Rakuten.

Fujizakura Heights Beer Maine Line Up

Fujizakura Heights Beer Seasonal Line Up

  • Fujizakura Heights Doppelbock (Spring) – Brewed using twice the amount of beer as a regular German beer, it pack a punch at 8%.
  • Fujizakura Heights Dark Lager (Winter) – The dark lager is Fujizakura Heights Beer straight schwarzbier.
  • Fujizakura Heights Weizenbock – A no-holds barred weizenbock that is only available around Christmas time.
  • Fujizakura Heights Dark Lager – a 5.5% seasonal schwarzbier, or black beer, that is brewed to a traditional German recipe.
  • Fujizakura Heights Marzen – This beer is Fujizakura Heights Beer’s annual gift to the Oktoberfest gods.
  • Fujizakura Heights Sakurabock – an 8% spring seasonal double weizenbock beer that once one World’s Best German Pale Lager.
  • Fujizakura Heights Rauch Weizenbock – a 7.3% summer seasonal weizenbock brewed using smoked malts.

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Fujizakura Heights Beer Details

Address: 〒401-0301 Yamanashi-ken, Minamitsuru-gun, Fujikawaguchiko-machi, Funatsukenmarubi 6663-1

Phone: 0555-83-2236

Website (in Japanese): Fujizakura Heights Beer

Online Store: http://www.fujizakura-beer.jp/store

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Been drinking beer since longer than I can remember. You can find me in a bar, on the slopes, or doing DIY. I enjoy porters, imperial porters, golden ales, and amber / viennas.

Comments 2

  1. Yes, wow. never really got that in the taste. I see the pils as not the stronger of the three main beers (now 4, with the weird, IMO shwarz weissen).
    THey also of course come out wiht afew more beers like the sakura bock, rauch bock, rock hock tick tock sock bock…

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