Yokohama Dragon Fruit Ale By Yokohama Brewery

Yokohama Dragon Fruit Ale 横浜ドラゴンフルーツエール

Yokohama Dragon Fruit Ale is a 5% fruit beer from Yokohama Brewery, based in Kanagawa, Japan. It’s part of their limited seasonal range and was first released in 2016. Yokohama Dragon Fruit Ale, also known as Yokohama Red Pitaya Ale, uses locally sourced dragon fruits and water from the Yokohama area. At the time of writing, it’s unknown if Yokohama Dragon Fruit Ale …

Yokohama Yuzu Weizen by Yokohama Brewery

Yokohama Yuzu Weizen 横浜ゆずヴァイツェン

Yokohama Yuzu Weizen is a 5% fruit beer from Yokohama Brewery, based in Kanagawa, Japan. It’s part of their limited fruit series of beers and was first on sale in December 2017. It is brewed using locally sourced wheat from Seya ward in Yokohama, water from Doshi village, and also locally sourced yuzu, also known as Japanese citron, from Kanagawa. …

Yokohama Noge Beer by Yokohama Beer

Yokohama Noge Beer 横浜野毛ビール

Yokohama Noge Beer is a 5% golden ale from Yokohama Beer, based in Kanagawa, Japan. It’s part of their limited edition range and is a celebration of the Noge area, located a stone’s throw from the brewery in Yokohama. Besides that, there isn’t much information about Yokohama Noge Beer there. Yokohama Noge Beer Aroma and Taste Yokohama Noge Beer, besides not …

Yokohama YABAcious IPA by Yokohama Brewery

Yokohama YABAcious IPA is a 6.5% American IPA from Yokohama Brewery, based in Kanagawa, Japan. It was part of their entry into the 2017 Japan Brewers’ Cup, held in Yokohama, and since then, can be found on tap across Japan. There has been some change in the brewers, with Gojo-san moving on, so does Yokohama YABAcious IPA indicate a new direction …

Yokohama Seya no Komugi Beer by Yokohama Brewery

Yokohama Seya no Komugi Beer

Yokohama Seya no Komugi Beer is a 5.5% wheat ale from Yokohama Brewery, based in Kanagawa, Japan. It is part of their Summer seasonal line up and contains wheat, or komugi, that has been locally sourced from the Seya-ward of Yokohama, about 10kms west of Yokohama centre itself. It was first released in 2015 on tap only, but in 2016, …

Yokohama Peated Black by Yokohama Beer

Yokohama Peated Black

Yokohama Peated Black is a 6% smoked beer from Yokohama Beer that is part of their winter seasonal line up of draft beers. The recipe calls for peated malt NOT peat from Ireland – who in their right mind would put soil in the beer – though the use of peated malt is increasingly rare as well as smoked malt …

Yokohama Criollo Ale by Yokohama Beer

Yokohama Oriollo Ale

Yokohama Criollo Ale Ale is an unknown beer it seems according to Yokohama Beer as it doesn’t appear on their website and nor does it appear elsewhere in English publications. It’s a 5.5% sweet stout produced in conjunction with the Motomachi area of Yokohama and after further emails, is apparently a winter special so why I found it in summer …

Yokohama Alt by Yokohama Brewery

Yokohama Alt

I don’t know how I missed this one but it seems Yokohama Alt slipped through the tight reviewing regime run at BeerTengoku towers. Anyway, Yokohama Alt is finally here with a decent camera to boot too. It’s a 5.5% German, a Dusseldorf style I’ll have you know, altbier that is brewed using caramel malt and German Altstadt yeast. No news on what …

Yokohama Ale by Yokohama Beer

Yokohama Bitter Ale

Trying to find information about beer can be fun but it can also be tiring. Translating from Japanese into English or trying to find correct information is the most tiring parts, and no beer so far has been more tiring than Yokohama Bitter Ale from Yokohama Beer. I think. It’s a 5.5% English pale ale that is a collaboration between Yokohama Beer …

Yokohama Brewery Information

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Ever since foreigners first settled in Yokohama, it has been a place synonymous with beer. Beer was first brewed in Yamate in 1870, with the first brewery “Spring Valley Beer”, which has recently been brought back via the Kirin beer company. Yokohama Brewery was established in 1995 and is the largest craft beer producer in Yokohama. The brewery tries to use …