Mimasaka Hop Virus by Mimasaka Beer Works

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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 …

Mimasaka Strong Stout by Mimasaka Beer Works

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Mimasaka Strong Stout is an 8% imperial stout, brewed by Mimasaka Beer Works, based in Mimasaka, in Okayama, Japan. It’s part of their autumn seasonal lineup and can be found in both bottles and on tap. Mimasaka Strong Stout is brewed using roasted coffee beans from Bankoku Coffee roasters. Mimasaka Strong Stout Aroma and Taste Mimasaka Strong Stout poured out …

Mimasaka Beer Works Information

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Mimasaka Beer Works is a craft beer brewery located in Mimasaka, a city in Okayama, Japan. Mimasaka Beer Works, or MBW as they abbreviate themselves to, opened in May 2018 with the brewery opening up in a disused public facility that had been lying dormant for a while. The brewery predominantly uses imported German and British malts, as well as …

Mimasaka Blonde by Mimasaka Beer Works

Mimasaka Blonde・美作ブロンド

Mimasaka Blonde is a 5% blonde ale from Mimasaka Beer Works, based in Maniwa, in Okayama, Japan. It’s part of their all-year round lineup and can be found in both bottles and on tap in some places. There’s not much information out about Mimasaka Blonde, though it does use locally grown yuzu as an adjunct. Mimasaka Blonde Aroma and Taste …

Mimasaka Sake Kasu by Mimasaka Beer Works

Maniwa Sake Kasu・美作ビア酒粕スペシャルエール

Mimasaka Sake Kasu is a 7.5% speciality beer from Mimasaka Beer Works, based in Maniwa, in Okayama, Japan. Mimasaka Sake Kasu is part of their special edition range and can be found in bottles, with some places having it on tap. Mimasaka Sake Kasu is brewed using leftover lees from sake production, and are the main ingredient of amazake, a cooking paste …