Tokyo Aleworks The Hop SamuRye by Tokyo Aleworks

Tokyo Aleworks The Hop SamuRye

Tokyo Aleworks The Hop SamuRye is an 8.5% imperial Rye IPA from Tokyo Aleworks, based in Itabashi, in Tokyo, Japan. It’s part of their seasonal lineup and can be found in both bottles and on tap, though its availability at the time of writing is unknown. As the name suggests, Tokyo Aleworks The Hop SamuRye is brewed using rye though …

Tokyo Aleworks Sagarmatha by Tokyo Aleworks

Tokyo Aleworks Sagarmatha

Tokyo Aleworks Sagarmatha is a 5.5% American Pale Ale 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. Tokyo Aleworks Sagarmatha was brewed for the anniversary celebrations of Himalaya Table in Kanda, Tokyo and takes its name from the Nepalese word for Mount Everest. Tokyo …

Tokyo Aleworks Center Gai by Tokyo Aleworks

Tokyo Aleworks Center Gai

Tokyo Aleworks Center Gai is a 7% American IPA from Tokyo Aleworks, based in Itabashi, in Tokyo, Japan. Tokyo Aleworks Center Gai is part of their regular lineup, and can be found in both bottles and on tap. Tokyo Aleworks Center Gai uses 5 different kinds of malt, and 6 different types of hops during the brewing process, with Idaho …

Tokyo Aleworks Yoyogi Lazy Hazy IPA by Tokyo Aleworks

Tokyo Aleworks Yoyogi Lazy Hazy IPA

Tokyo Aleworks Yoyogi Lazy Hazy IPA is a 7.5% NE-IPA from Tokyo Aleworks, based in Itabashi, in Tokyo, Japan. It’s part of their regular lineup, though its availability at the time of writing is unknown. Tokyo Aleworks Yoyogi Lazy Hazy IPA is brewed using imported Galaxy, Idaho 7, and Simcoe hops. Tokyo Aleworks Yoyogi Lazy Hazy IPA Aroma and Taste …

Tokyo Aleworks Smashing Imperialism by Tokyo Aleworks

Tokyo Aleworks Smashing Imperialism

Tokyo Aleworks Smashing Imperialism is a 9% imperial stout from Tokyo Aleworks, based in Itabashi, in Tokyo, Japan. It’s part of their collaborative lineup, with this being an effort from them with Napalm Death, and proceeds of the are being donated to the charity of Second Harvest Japan and Doctors Without Borders. Tokyo Aleworks Smashing Imperialism Aroma and Taste Tokyo …

Tokyo Aleworks TASTY IPA by Tokyo Aleworks

Tokyo Aleworks TASTY IPA is a 7% West Coast IPA from Tokyo Aleworks, based in Itabashi, in Tokyo, Japan. It’s part of their regular lineup, and can be found both on tap, and in bottles too. Tokyo Aleworks TASTY IPA was brewed to celebrate the opening of their Yurakucho taproom back in September 2020, and is also one of their …

Tokyo Aleworks Information

Tokyo Aleworks is a brewery and brewpub primarily located in the Itabashi area of Tokyo, in Japan. The brewery officially opened on May 1, 2018, though with the brewpub under the name of Itabashi Brewing Unit having opened a few months earlier in December 2017. Tokyo Aleworks encompasses the ethos of a community brewery by also teaching people how to …

Tokyo Aleworks Roppongi Hazy Nights by Tokyo Aleworks

Tokyo Aleworks Roppongi Hazy Nights

Tokyo Aleworks Roppongi Hazy Nights is an 8.5% double IPA from Tokyo Aleworks, based in Itabashi, in Tokyo, Japan. It’s part of their draft and bottle lineup though its availability at the time of writing is unknown. Tokyo Aleworks Roppongi Hazy Nights is double dry hopped, so it uses two charges of hops post fermentation, with those hops being imported …

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 …

Tokyo Aleworks Flagon Filler ESB by Tokyo Aleworks

Tokyo Aleworks Flagon Filler ESB ・トウキョウエールワークスフラゴンフィラー

Tokyo Aleworks Flagon Filler ESB is a 6% Extra Special Bitter from Tokyo Aleworks, based in Itabashi, in Tokyo, Japan. It’s part of their regular lineup and can be found in both bottles and also on tap. What’s a flagon? Well it’s an old vessel used for beer that was supposedly said to hold just over a litre of beer …