Tokyo Aleworks 307 Simcoe by Tokyo Aleworks

Tokyo Aleworks 307 Simcoe・トウキョウエールワークス307 IPA シムコ―

Tokyo Aleworks 307 Simcoe is a 7% American IPA from Tokyo Aleworks, based in Itabashi, in Tokyo, Japan. It’s part of their regular lineup and can be found in both bottles and on tap at their taproom. As the name suggests, Tokyo Aleworks 307 Simcoe is a single-hop beer, with imported Simcoe hops used for this one. Tokyo Aleworks 307 …

Nomcraft IPA by Nomcraft Brewing

Nomcraft IPA・ノンクラフトIPA

Nomcraft IPA is a 7.5% American IPA from Nomcraft Brewing, based in Aridagawa, in Wakayama, Japan. It’s part of their all-year round range and can be found in both bottles and on tap. Nomcraft IPA is brewed using Cascade, Comet, Magnum, Mosaic, and Simcoe hops. Nomcraft IPA Aroma and Taste Nomcraft IPA poured out a slightly hazy golden orange colour …

Nomcraft Calypso & Bravo by Nomcraft Brewing

Nomcraft Calypso & Bravo・ノームクラフトカリプソ&ブラボー

Nomcraft Calypso & Bravo is a 6.5% American IPA from Nomcraft Brewing, based in Aridagawa, in Wakayama, Japan. It’s part of their regular lineup and can be found in both bottles and on tap. As the name suggests, Nomcraft Calypso & Bravo is brewed using Calypso and Bravo hops. Nomcraft Calypso & Bravo Aroma and Taste Nomcraft Calypso & Bravo …

Yggdrasil Stadium Progression IPA by Yggdrasil Brewing

Yggdrasil Stadium Progression IPA・グドラジルスタジアムプログレシュンIPA

Yggdrasil Stadium Progression IPA is 6% American IPA from Yggdrasil Brewing. It’s part of their draft lineup, but due to Covid-19, it was also put into bottles, so it may not be on sale at the time of reading. Yggdrasil Stadium Progression IPA is also part of their collaboration range with this effort being brewed in conjunction with Shonan Nexis …

Nomcraft Sansho Together by Nomcraft Brewing

Nomcraft Sansho Together・ノンクラフト山椒トゥギャザー

Nomcraft Sansho Together is a 6.5% American IPA from Nomcraft Brewing, based in Aridagawa, in Wakayama, Japan. It’s part of their limited edition range, and also part of the global “All Together” beer range that was instigated by Other Half Brewing, based in The USA. Each brewery used the recipe provided by Other Half Brewing, and the choice of either …

Nomcraft Hoppy the Barbarian by Nomcraft Brewing

Nomcraft Hoppy the Barbarian・ノムクラフト ホッピーザバーバリアン

Nomcraft Hoppy the Barbarian is a 7% American IPA from Nomcraft Brewing, based in Aridagawa, in Wakayama, Japan. It’s part of their regular lineup and can be found in bottles and on tap. Nomcraft Hoppy the Barbarian is a double-dry hopped IPA, so it has had two lots of hops used in the post fermentation. It also uses the Conan …

Mimasaka Hop Virus by Mimasaka Beer Works

Mimasaka Hop Virus・美作 ビア ワークス ホップ ウイルス アイ ピー エ

Mimasaka Hop Virus is a 7% American IPA from Mimasaka Beer Works, based in Maniwa, in Okayama, Japan. It’s part of their limited edition series and can be found in both bottles and on tap. It’s brewed using Mosaic hops and contains shiitake mushrooms with the aim of upping the umami of the beer. Mimasaka Hop Virus Aroma and Taste …

Monkey IPA by Monkey Mountain

Monkey IPA 2・モンキーマウンテンIPAビール2

Monkey IPA is a 8.5% American IPA from Monkey Mountain, based in Oita, in Kyushu, Japan. It’s part of their all-year round range and can be found in both bottles and on tap though the latter is harder to find due to the size of the brewery. Like other beers from Monkey Mountain, Monkey IPA uses apples sourced locally during …

Y Market Breaking Bonsai by Y Market Brewing

Y Market Breaking Bonsai・ワイマーケット ブレイキング ボンサイIPA

Y Market Breaking Bonsai is 6.5% American IPA from Y Market Brewing, based in Nagoya, in Aichi, Japan. It’s part of their collaborative range, with this one being brewed with the Los Angeles’ brewery, Smog City. Y Market Breaking Bonsai takes its name from the phrase of “breaking bread”, i.e. to share something with someone, in this case with the …

Tokyo Aleworks 307 Citra by Tokyo Aleworks

Tokyo Aleworks 307 Citra・東京エールワークス307シトラ

Tokyo Aleworks 307 Citra is a 7% American IPA from Tokyo Aleworks, based in Itabashi, in Tokyo, Japan. It’s part of their bottled and draft line up and as the name suggests, it’s part of their 307 series of beers. Why 307? A little bit of mystery can go a long way. Moreover, as the name suggests, Tokyo Aleworks 307 …