Woodmill Hassaku White by Woodmill Brewery

Woodmill Hassaku White・ウッドミル“はっさくホワイト

Woodmill Hassaku White is a 5% witbier from Woodmill Brewery, based in Kyoto, Japan. It’s part of their regular lineup and can be found in bottles and on tap. Woodmill Hassaku White is brewed using locally grown hassaku, which is similar to an orange in color but the size of a grapefruit. Woodmill Hassaku White Aroma and Taste Woodmill Hassaku White poured out …

TDM 1874 Hamanashi Gose by TDM 1874 Brewery

TDM 1874 Hamanashi Gose・TDM 1874 浜なしゴーゼ

TDM 1874 Hamanashi Gose is a 4% gose from TDM 1874 Brewery, based in Tokaichiba, in Yokohama, Japan. It’s part of their year round and can be found in cans and on tap at select locations. As the name suggest, TDM 1874 Hamanashi Gose uses locally grown nashi, or Japanese pears, from the Yokohama area. TDM 1874 Hamanashi Gose Aroma …

Uchu Star Dust IPA by Uchu Brewing

Uchu Star Dust IPA・宇宙スターダストIPA

Uchu Star Dust IPA is a 6.8% Sour IPA from Uchu Brewing, based in Hokuto, in Yamanashi, Japan. It’s part of their limited edition lineup, though seeing as it has gone through a few different brews now, we can assume it will come out again. Uchu Star Dust IPA is brewed using locally sourced Lateblue, Blueray, BlueGem, Delight, Menditto, and TifBlue …

Hida Ringo Lala by Ji-Beer Hida

Hida Lala Ringo 飛騨林檎ララ

Hida Ringo Lala is a 4.5% fruit beer from Ji-Beer Hida, based in Hidatakayama, in Gifu, Japan. It’s part of their fruit range of beers, with the other being their Hida Yuzu Lala beer. Hida Ringo Lala is brewed using the juice of apples and wheat sourced from the Hidatakayama area, as well as additional vitamin C – so you can …

Hida Yuzu Lala by Ji-Beer Hida

Hida Yuzu Lala 飛騨柚子ララ

Hida Yuzu Lala is a 4.5% fruit beer from Ji-Beer Hida, based in Hidatakayama, Gifu. It’s part of their fruit beer lineup and can be found in bottles at the time of writing. Hida Yuzu Lala is brewed using yuzu, also known as Japanese citron, from Kaminoho, a village found in Gifu, and involves the fresh juice and peels being …

Strange Brewing Uonuma Yuzu Saison by Strange Brewing

Goto Jozo Beer 1

Strange Brewing Uonuma Yuzu Saison is a 6% fruit beer / saison from Strange Brewing, based in Uonuma, in Niigata, Japan. It’s part of their draft only range and is brewed using locally grown yuzu, also known as Japanese citron. Strange Brewing Uonuma Yuzu Saison Aroma and Taste Strange Brewing Uonuma Yuzu Saison came up a dark orange with hints …

Kirishima Hyuganatsu by Kirishima Beer

Kirishima Hyuganatsu 霧島日向夏

Kirishima Hyuganatsu is a 5% fruit beer from Kirishima Beer, based in Miyakonojo city, in Kyushu, Japan. It’s part of their all-year round range of beers can be found in both bottles and on tap. Kirishima Hyuganatsu is brewed using locally grown hyuganatsu, a kind of citrus fruit grown in Japan. It also uses ginger and lemons but at the time …

Far Yeast Imperial Peach by Far Yeast Brewing

Far Yeast Imperial Peach ファーイーストインペリアル ピーチ

Far Yeast Imperial Peach is a 7% fruit beer, based on a Belgian tripel, from Far Yeast Brewing Company, based in Yamanashi, Japan. It’s part of their collaborative series, with this one being done with Brouwerij de Prael, a brewery based in the Netherlands. Far Yeast Imperial Peach uses locally sourced peach juice during fermentation. Far Yeast Imperial Peach Aroma and Taste …

Nichinan Panayuzu by Nichinan Brewery

Nichinan Panayuzu 日南パネユズエール

Nichinan Panayuzu is a 5% fruit beer from Nichinan Beer, based in Miyazaki, Japan. It’s part of their all-year round lineup and can be found in bottles at the time of writing. It contains locally sourced yuzu, known as Japanese citron, and the name comes from “hanpa yuzu peel” which means “a lot of yuzu peel”. Nichinan Panayuzu Aroma and …

Yokohama Orange Pale Ale by Yokohama Brewery

Yokohama Orange Pale Ale 横浜オレンジペールエール

Yokohama Orange Pale Ale is a 5% fruit beer with an American Pale Ale base by Yokohama Brewery, based in Yokohama, in Kanagawa, Japan. It’s part of their local lineup that uses products from the surrounding Yokohama and Kanagawa area. Yokohama Orange Pale Ale uses Kiyomi oranges, sourced from Odawara, and also water from Doshi village, like the Yokohama Yuzu Weizen. At …