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In A Daze Hase by In A Daze Brewing

by Rob
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In A Daze Hase is a 4% rice lager from In A Daze Brewing, based in Ina, in Nagano, Japan. It’s part of their all-year round lineup and can be found in both cans and on draught. In A Daze Hase is brewed using locally sourced Kamiakari, a type of brown rice. “Kamiakari” is a giant germ brown rice that is naturally cultivated in the terraced rice fields at an altitude of 1000m in the Hase area of ​​Ina Valley. 

In A Daze Hase

In A Daze Hase : At A Glance


  • Alcohol : 4%
  • Style : Rice lager
  • Hops : Unknown
  • IBU : 23

Sale Information

  • Availability : Regular
  • On Sale : N/A
  • Size : 350 ml
  • Price : From 620 yen

Aroma & Taste

  • Notable Aromas : Nutty aroma with low diacetyl level and low floral hop aroma.
  • Notable Tastes : Nutty and crisp, with slight diacetyl flavour. Hops produce very low bitterness.

In A Daze Hase : Aroma & Taste

In A Daze Hase poured out a slightly dark golden yellow colour with a thin amount of white head on top that faded fast to leave a few bubbles around the side of the glass. In A Daze Hase didn’t have that much of a strong aroma – with some nutty aromas coming through with an appropriate level of diacetyl for this style of beer. Not enough to be overpowering or off-putting but enough that you know. In terms of hops, there was a faint floral aroma but that was only really noticeable once In A Daze Hase had warmed up.

The body started off with a nutty and crisp flavour to the beer, with the diacetyl noticeable, but not overpowering, too. In A Daze Hase didn’t really have that much of a bitterness either, perhaps a short, sharp flavour but nothing that would be considered strong. The flavours didn’t develop into anything more in-depth as In A Daze Hase warmed up either.

In A Daze Hase : The Bottom Line

In A Daze Hase is ok, I guess. Maybe a warm weather beer


In A Daze Hase : Where to Buy

In A Daze Hase can be bought online at the following places:

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