Hakodate Kita no Ippon by Hakodate Beer

Hakodate Kita no Ippon

Hakodate Kita no Ippon is a 5% English bitter from Hakodate Beer, based in Hokkaido, Japan. It’s part of their all-year round range of craft beer and can be found in both bottles and on tap. Hakodate Kita no Ippon is also known as Hakodate Ale, with the Kita no Ippon roughly translating to ‘North One’ in English. Hakodate Kita no Ippon Aroma …

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Hakodate Kolsch by Hakodate Beer

Hakodate Kolsch

Hakodate Kolsch is a 5% kölsch style beer from Hakodate Beer, based in Hakodate, Hokkaido. It’s based on a traditional receipe from Cologne, Germany and it is part of their all-year round range of craft beers and can be found in both bottles and on draft. Moreover, Hakodate Kolsch is also known as Kita no Yakei, or The Northern Night View …

Hakodate Shain no Shusse Suru Beer by Hakodate Beer

Hakodate Shain no Shusse Suru Beer

Hakodate Shain no Shusse Beer is a 4.5% English style bitter from Hakodate Beer, based in Hakodate, Hokkaido and it is part of their all-year round line up of beer. The name roughly translates to “The Beer for The Promotion of Employees”, suggesting that whenever you get promoted, you should drink this beer. The way the economy is going at …

Hakodate Ichigo no Hatsu Koi by Hakodate Beer

Hakodate Ichigo no Hatsu Koi

Hakodate Ichigo no Hatsu Koi is a 4% fruit beer from Hakodate Beer that is part of their spring seasonal line up. It contains locally sourced strawberries from the Hakodate area, which are known as Koiichigo and is usually on sale from the beginning of March onwards. At the time of writing, Hakodate Ichigo no Hatsu Koi can be found in bottles …

Hakodate Beer Information

Hakodate Beer Front

Hakodate Beer is a craft beer brewery located in Hakodate city, Hokkaido. It opened soon after the deregulation by the Japanese government of the beer licensing system back in December 1996. All of the beers use freshly sourced groundwater from Mt. Hakodate and due to the mineral content, such as calcium and magnesium, of the water, is considered to be …

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Hakodate Shacho no Yoku Nomu Beer by Hakodate Beer

Hakodate Shacho no Yoko Nomu Beer

Hakodate Shacho no Yoku Nomu Beer is a 10% barley wine from Hakodate Beer, located in the southern peninsula of Hokkaido. The name roughly translates to “The beer the company president often drinks” though at 10%, I can’t really imagine him drinking too much of this if the state of drinkers after a work party is anything to go by. Drunken …