Naruko no Kaze Brewery Information

Naruko no Kaze Brewery

Naruko no Kaze Brewery

Naruko no Kaze Brewery is a Japanese microbrewery located in Miyagi, Japan. The brewery started out in 1999, with the hope of invigorating the local area with the aim of attracting more tourists. They are associated with the Onikoube ski slope, which offers up skiing in the winter and hiking in the warmer months. The brewery uses locally sourced mountain water from the melting snow and they also use natural carbonation for all of their beers.

Naruko no Kaze Main Lineup

The following beers are part of Naruko no Kaze’s all year round lineup

  • Naruko no Kaze Kougen Lager – a 5% pale lager that is listed as a happoshu for unknown reasons and none could be found on their site.
  • Naruko no Kaze Yukimusubi – a 5% rice lager that uses locally sourced rice from the Miyagi area.
  • Naruko no Kaze Yamabudo – a 5% fruit beer that uses grapes from the Miyagi area.

Naruko no Kaze Details

Address: Motomiyahara-23-89 Narukoonsen Onikobe, Ōsaki, Miyagi Prefecture 989-6941

Phone: 0229-86-2111

Homepage (in Japanese): http://www.onikoube.com/fukiage/alcohol

About the Author

Rob

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.

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