Derailleur Nishinari Riot Ale by Derailleur Brew Works

Derailleur Nishinari Riot Ale ・ディレイラ西成ライオットエール

Derailleur Nishinari Riot Ale is a 5% American pale ale from Derailleur Brew Works, based in Osaka, Japan. It’s part of their regular lineup and can be found in both bottles and on tap. At the time of writing, it’s unknown what hops went into Derailleur Nishinari Riot Ale, nor the malts or yeast either. Derailleur Nishinari Riot Ale Aroma and Taste Derailleur …

1

Derailleur Fatboys Slim League by Derailleur Brew Works

Derailleur Fatboys Slim League ・ディレイラファットボーイズ スリムリーグ

Derailleur Fatboys Slim League is a 5% saison from Derailleur Brew Works, based in Osaka, Japan. It’s part of their regular lineup and can be found in both bottles and on tap. Derailleur Brew Works is brewed using an unusual adjunct in the form of soba, buckwheat, that has been imported from France. We’ve only had one bottled beer that uses soba, but …

Derailleur Haginochaya Outrage by Derailleur Brew Works

Derailleur Haginochaya Outrage・ディレイラハギノチャヤアウトレイジ

Derailleur Haginochaya Outrage is a 7% bier de garde from Derailleur Brew Works, based in Osaka, Japan. It’s part of their limited edition lineup and can be found in both bottles and on tap. Derailleur Haginochaya Outrage is brewed using mikans, aka Japanese oranges, sourced from Ehime, during secondary fermentation. At the time of writing, it’s unknown whether Derailleur Haginochaya Outrage is a …

Derailleur Supermarket Tamade Fantasia by Derailleur Beer Works

Derailleur Supermarket Tamade Fantasia・ディレイラスーパーマーケット タマデ ファンタジア

Derailleur Supermarket Tamade Fantasia – besides being a mouthful to say – is a 7.3% strong golden ale from Derailleur Beer Works, based in Osaka, Japan. It’s part of their regular lineup and can be found in both bottles and on tap. Derailleur Supermarket Tamade Fantasia is brewed using plums, or ume, sourced from Yamagata. Derailleur Supermarket Tamade Fantasia takes its name from …

Minoh Godfather 7 Shodoshima Salty Ale by Minoh Beer

Minoh Godfather 7 ・箕面ゴッドファーザー7

Minoh Godfather 7 Shodoshima Salty Ale, which just rolls off the tongue, is a 5.5% gose from Minoh Beer, based in Minoh, located in Minoh city, Osaka. It’s part of their Masaji Beer Project, an annual lineup of beers that celebrate the life of Masaji Ohshita, the father of the Ohshita sisters. This year’s version uses a golden ale base along …

Minoh Seasonable Bitter by Minoh Beer

Minoh Seasonable Bitter is a 4% Bitter from Minoh Beer. It’s part of their limited Seasonable range. Remember the last time I had a Minoh Seasonable and almost died of an allergic reaction? How the HELL am I allowing this into my temple-like body (huge, pointy, made of wood) yet again? Well, it’s not the same beer as last time. …

Minoh Blooming IPA by Minoh Beer

Minoh Blooming IPA 箕面ブルーミングIPA

Minoh Blooming IPA is a 6% Belgian IPA from Minoh Beer, based in Osaka, Japan. It’s part of their seasonal lineup and can be found in both bottles and on tap across Japan. It’s brewed using five different kinds of American hops and uses Belgian yeast during fermentation. At the time of writing, it’s unknown whether Minoh Blooming IPA is a …

Minoh Barrel Aged Imperial Stout by Minoh Beer

Minoh Barrel Aged Imperial Stout 箕面バレルエイジインペリアルスタウト

Minoh Barrel Aged Imperial Stout is a 9.5% imperial stout from Minoh Beer, based in Osaka, Japan. It’s part of their barrel aged range of beers, along with the Minoh Barrel Aged Imperial IPA, that have been stored in Ichiro’s Malt Whiskey casks for over a year. Minoh Barrel Aged Imperial Stout is only out during the cold months of the …

Minoh Godfather 6 by Minoh Beer

Minoh Godfather 6 箕面ゴッドファーザー6

Minoh Godfather 6, or Minoh Godfather 6 Rice Hop Ale, is a 6% rice beer from Minoh Beer, based in Osaka, Japan. It’s part of their Masaji Beer Project and as such, the recipe changes each year. This iteration of Minoh Godfather contains locally sourced rice and imported USA and NZ hops. Minoh Godfather 6 Aroma and Taste Minoh Godfather 6 …

2

Minoh Bloom by Minoh Beer

Minoh Bloom

Minoh Bloom is a 5.5% golden ale. It’s part of Minoh’s seasonal lineup, and is made with five different varieties of hop. At the time of writing it seems to be out of season, so check the link at the bottom of the review for current availability. Minoh Beer, along with Tamamura Honten, are one of my favourite breweries in …