Number Nine Brewery Roundup

Number Nine Brewery Beer・ナンバーナインブルワリービール

Rather than writing our usual whole page review for a beer, we’ve come up with this mini review page for Number Nine Brewery Beers at Quays Pacific Bar & Grill.

Quays Pacific Bar and Grill Beer 3・キーズ パシフィックビール3Number 8 Wheat Ale Details

ABV: 4.2%


Style: Spice beer / Wheat ale

Number 8 Wheat Ale Mini Review

Appearance: Hazy light golden yellow colour with a thin, sticky white head on top.

Nose: Junipers and wheat nose to it. Once warmed up, some hints of lemon juice and a little pithy peel too.

Taste: Coriander and juniper kick to it, with some lemon astringency to it. Smooth but easy drinking.

Number 9 IPA Details

ABV: 5.1%


Style: American IPA

Number 9 Mini Review

Appearance: Dark amber colour with a white head that collapses fast to leave no lacing on the side.

Nose: Woody, caramel, with some dank notes to it. A little thin on the aroma though. Some grassy notes to it once it warms up.

Taste: Low bitterness permeated by the dank and woody notes to it. Body is a little thin to support the flavours. Leaves a woody caramel flavour on the palate.

Number 9 Coffee Stout Details

ABV: 4.1%


Style: Coffee stout

Number 9 Coffee Stout Mini Review

Appearance: Pitch black with a slightly off-white tan coloured head. Head fades fast leaving very little lacing on the side of the glass.

Nose: Huge coffee nose when chilled that gets stronger when warmed up. Chocolate and slight roasted black malt nose too when warmed up.

Taste: Huge coffee hit with the black malts bring a slight acrid kick to it. Smooth though considering the amount of coffee flavour. Lingering coffee flavour on the palate.

Quays Pacific Bar and Grill Beer 4・キーズ パシフィックビール4Number 9 Runner’s Pale Ale Details

ABV: 1.2%


Style: American Pale Ale / Session Pale Ale

Number 9 Runner’s Pale Ale Mini Review

Appearance: Slight hazy golden colour with a white head that leaves lots of lacing on the side of the glass.

Nose: Full on grapefruit and lemon aroma with some hints of pineapple too once warmed up.

Taste: At 1.2%, lacks a punch in the body but full on hop bitterness and flavour. Plenty of citrus fruits on the palate that linger and proved to be refreshing.

About the Author


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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