Tokyo Station 100 Year Golden Ale by Oh! La! Ho Beer

Tokyo Station 100 Year Golden Ale

Tokyo Station 100 Year Golden Ale is another beer to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Tokyo station, along with the lager (reviewed here). Tokyo Station 100 Year Golden Ale is brewed by Oh! La! Ho Beer; however, the only difference between the regular Tokyo Station beer and this one is the label.

 

Tokyo Station 100 Year Golden Ale

Same beer, just a different label

Tokyo Station 100 Year Golden Ale Aroma and Taste

Tokyo Station 100 Year Golden Ale came out a nice hazy golden brown colour with a massive amount of head. Perhaps it was due to the glass, or more than likely my cack handedness, but it was frothy, off-white colour. Once the head had died done, by which time my kids had had dinner, a bath, a story read to them, and then gone to bed, there was a pleasant aroma of hay and grass, with a wee bit of sour fruit in the mix. Weird but new. The body remained hazy though throughout drinking.

The body was just as surprising to Tokyo Station 100 Year Golden Ale as it was malty with a good balance of hops mingling around too. It was also pretty dry and for some reason, I tasted honey although that may have been my taste buds playing up. Tokyo Station 100 Year Golden Ale is a dry, crisp ale that seems to have taken the best parts of other beers, such as the hops of an IPA, the crisp bite of a pilsner, and the malt of an ale

Tokyo Station 100 Year Golden Ale One Line Review

Tokyo Station 100 Year Golden Ale is easy drinking and oops, it’s gone before you know it.

Tokyo Station 100 Year Golden Ale

Tokyo Station 100 Year Golden Ale can only be bought at Le Collier in Tokyo station here.

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Rob

Been drinking beer since longer than I can remember. You can find me in a bar, on the slopes, or doing DIY. I enjoy porters, imperial porters, golden ales, and amber / viennas.

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