Susukino Ji-Beer Information

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Susukino Ji-Beer is a craft beer brewery located in Sapporo, in Hokkaido, Japan. The brewery has been operating since 1999 and takes its name from the famed Susukino Alley, known for its bars and izakayas that are open to the early hours of the morning. It’s also known for being the red light district of Sapporo too. All of their beer use German malts, as well as either German or Czech hops. The water is sourced from sea water located 200m beneath sea level, which lends itself to having a lack of nitrogen, phosphorus, silicon, and nitric acid.

Susukino Ji-Beer Main Lineup

The following are part of Susukino Ji-Beer’s all-year round lineup.

  • Susukino Pilsner – a 5% German style pilsner that comes in both bottles and in cans.
  • Susukino Yubari Coal Mine Dark Lager – a 5% German schwarz beer that comes in both bottles and in cans.
  • Susukino Marzen – a 5% German style märzen beer available in bottles only.

Susukino Ji-Beer Details

Address: 4 Chome-1-5 Minami 6 Jonishi, Chuo, Sapporo, Hokkaido 064-0806

Phone: 011-563-1100

Homepage (in Japanese): http://www.susukino-jibeer.com/ 

Brewery Store: http://susukino.geo.jp/products/list.php?category_id=1

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