Harvestmoon Aki Mugi by Harvestmoon 

Harvestmoon Aki Mugi ハーベストムーン秋麦

Harvestmoon Aki Mugi is a 6% Belgian pale ale from Harvestmoon, based in Chiba, Japan. It’s been in and out of retirement than your favourite Japanese tarento and seems to have come back into the autumn seasonal range. The only think that Harvestmoon Brewery say about Harvestmoon Aki Mugi is that it uses 1.6 times the usual amount of malt compared to …

Karuizawa Kogen Brown Ale (2017) by Yo-Ho Brewing 

Karuizawa Kogen Brown Ale 軽井沢高原ブラウンエール

Karuizawa Kogen Brown Ale is a 5% brown ale from Yo-Ho Brewing, based in Nagano, Japan. It’s part of their autumn seasonal lineup and can be found in both cans and on tap at the Yona Yona Beer Works bars. Karuizawa Kogen Brown Ale is brewed with six different kinds of malts as well as containing oats too. It’s unknown what hops …

Nagisa India Pale Ale by Nagisa Beer

Nagisa IPA なぎさIPA

Nagisa India Pale Ale is a 6% American (or English) IPA from Nagisa Beer, based in Wakayama, Japan. It’s part of their autumn seasonal lineup of beers and Nagisa India Pale Ale can be found in both bottles and on tap when on sale. The only indication of hops being used in Nagisa India Pale Ale is on their shop homepage with …

Daisen G Bock by Kumezakura Brewery

Daisen G Bock 大山Gビールボック

Daisen G Bock is a 6.5% bock beer from Kumezakura Brewery, based in Tottori, Japan. It’s part of their autumn seasonal lineup and is usually on sale towards the end of the season. Daisen G Bock was first released in 2015 as part of a limited run for an event Kumezakura Brewery did, but then proved to be so popular that …

Iwate Kura Pumpkin Ale by Iwate Kura

Iwate Kura Pumpkin Ale

Iwate Kura Pumpkin Ale is a 5% spiced beer from Iwate Kura, based in Iwate, Japan. It’s part of their Autumn seasonal lineup, and can be found in both bottles and on tap when on sale. Iwate Kura Pumpkin Ale was originally made using imported American pumpkins; however, since 2016, Iwate Kura have been using kabocha, which is often translated into …

Tazawako Beer Akita Bakushu Megumi by Tazawako Beer

Tazawako Beer Akita Bakushu Megumi

Tazawako Beer Akita Bakushu Megumi is a 4.5% golden ale from Tazawako Beer, based in Akita, Japan. It’s part of their autumn seasonal lineup and can be found in bottles and on tap across Japan when on sale. Tazawako Beer Akita Bakushu Megumi was co-developed with Akita Prefectural University and is the first beer to be brewed using only ingredients from Akita. …

Daisen G Kohaku Weiss by Kumezakura Daisen Brewery

Daisen G Kohaku Weiss

Daisen G Kohaku Weiss is a 5.5% German hefeweizen from Kumezakura Daisen Brewery, based in Tottori, Japan. It’s part of their autumn seasonal lineup, and can be found in both bottle and on tap. The name Kohaku, which means amber in English, is used to differentiate this from their regular weizen. Even though it has the word “kohaku” in its name, Daisen …

Hansharo Natsu Da! Yama Da! Blonde Ale by Hansharo Beer

Hansharo Natsu Da! Yama Da! Blonde Ale

Hansharo Natsu Da! Yama Da! Blonde Ale is a 6% blonde ale from Hansharo Beer, based in Shizuoka, Japan. It’s part of their late summer / autumn seasonal lineup which can be found in both bottle and on tap. It’s brewed with Vic Secret hops produced in Australia and first released to brewers in 2011. At the time of writing, it’s …

Ise Kadoya Hime White by Ise Kadoya Beer

Ise Kadoya Hime White

Ise Kadoya Hime White is a 5% witbier from Ise Kadoya Beer, based in Mie, Japan. It’s part of their autumn seasonal range and can be found in both bottles and on tap. Ise Kadoya Hime White is brewed with the traditional adjunct of coriander; however, unlike other witbiers, Ise Kadoya Hime White contains yuzu peel, also known as Japanese citron, in …

Ise Kadoya Happy Hop IPA by Ise Kadoya 

Ise Kadoya Happy Hop

Ise Kadoya Happy Hop IPA is a 6% American IPA from Ise Kadoya, based in Mie, Japan. It’s part of their autumn seasonal lineup and can be found in both bottles and on tap across Japan. It’s brewed with a variety different kind of hops, with Simcoe and Citra being two traditional IPA hops used, along with the two “new” hops …