Nagisa Pale Ale by Nagisa Beer

Nagisa Pale Ale

Nagisa Pale Ale is a 5% American pale ale from Nagisa Beer, based in Wakayama, Japan. It’s part of their all-year round range of craft beers and can be found in both bottles and on draft across Japan. According to the Nagisa Beer online shopping portal, Nagisa Pale Ale is brewed with five different malts and four different hops, but unfortunately …

Nagisa Golden Ale by Nagisa Beer

Nagisa Golden Ale

Nagisa Golden Ale is a 5% golden ale from Nagisa Beer, based in Wakayama, Japan. It’s part of their spring seasonal line up, and Nagisa Golden Ale can be found in both bottles and on tap when on sale. It’s brewed with no adjuncts at all, and thus is sold as a an “100% beer”, and was supposedly the second beer …

Nagisa Mikan Ale by Nagisa Beer

Nagisa Mikan Ale

Nagisa Mikan Ale is a 5% fruit beer from Nagisa Beer, based in Wakayama, Japan. It’s part of their autumn line up and can be found in both bottles and on tap when on sale. Nagisa Mikan Ale uses locally sourced mikans, sometimes known as tangerines or satsumas in English, during the brewing process. Nagisa Mikan Ale Aroma and Taste Nagisa …

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Voyager Gold by Voyager Brewing Company 

Voyager Gold

Voyager Gold is a 5.5% golden ale from Voyager Brewing Company, based in Wakayama, Japan. It’s one of their first two beer to be bottled, along with Voyager Copper, and can be found in both bottles and on tap, in limited supply. Not much else is known about the beer, as the Voyager Brewing Company website has not been updated …

Nagisa Heaven by Nagisa Beer

We all have our favourite styles of beer that we can always rely on. You know, the old standards for when you’re standing in the beer section of Seijo Ishii or Minemart with a rapidly warming bottle of Brewdog Cocoa Psycho in one hand (900 yen a pop) and 5 cans of chuhai in the other (total price: 900 yen) …

Nagisa Eyepatch Stout by Nagisa Beer

Nagisa Eyepatch Stout

Nagisa Eyepatch Stout is a 5% stout from Nagisa Beer that is part of their winter line up and can be found in both bottles and on tap. This review is of the draft version I had at Biere Cave Jan Bar before realising there was a bottled version of it. Not much is known about the ingredients besides Nagisa Eyepatch Stout containing …