Re: [76attendees] Indian Pale Ale in Hiroshima?

Keiji Takeda <keiji@sfc.keio.ac.jp> Tue, 10 November 2009 06:52 UTC

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If you are looking for microbrewery beer in Hiroshima
I googled one in walk distance though it is not an IPA.

Heiwa Kobo has its brewery and own local beer brand of Heiwa.
(meaning 'peace' in Japanese)

http://maps.google.co.jp/maps?hl=en&view=map&cid=9778242987587394552&ved=0CBEQpQY&ei=3gr5SsmZOoL0NPSgnLYP&ll=34.39379,132.464004&spn=0.008287,0.01929&z=16&iwloc=A

keiji

>> If anyone knows where to find Japanese craft beers, please speak up. Two
>> really great Japanese microbreweries are Hitachino and Kadoya. They are
>> available outside Japan too.
> 
> There is "Kure Beer" of microbrewery in Hiroshima Prefecture.
> (Kure is adjacent city of Hiroshima City)
>   http://www.kurebeer.com/f01.html (in Japanese)
> 
> The brands of Kure Beer are "Kaigun-san no beer" (海軍さんの麦酒)
> and "Kujira beer" (鯨ビール).
> (Kaigun in Japanese means the navy, Kujira means whale)
> 
> The restrant of Kure Beer is located at the east of JR Kure station,
> Kure City. From the venue, it takes 30 minutes from JR Hiroshima sta.
> to JR Kure sta. using JR Kure line.
> 
> If you visit to Kure, Yamato Museum is great! (my recommendation!)
> Yamato was the largest battle ship of Japan in world war II,
> constracted in Kure, Hiroshima.
> Yamato Museum is located in the south of JR Kure station,
> 5 minutes walk from the station, directly connected the passageway.
>   http://www.yamato-museum.com/en/
>   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RDPBpeaUZaY
> 
> Thank you.
> 
> On Sun, 08 Nov 2009 21:21:34 -0800
>   Stig Venaas <stig@venaas.com> wrote:
>> Frode Kileng wrote:
>>> Don't know about the IPA's you're listing but tasted a great Japanese 
>>> IPA Saturday at Golden Garden. It's called W-IPA and I think it's brewed 
>>> by the Minoi brewery from Osaka.
>> I would be very surprised to find e.g. the excellent Smutty Nose here.
>> I've done some investigations and my hopes are not very high for craft
>> beers here.
>>
>> If anyone knows where to find Japanese craft beers, please speak up. Two
>> really great Japanese microbreweries are Hitachino and Kadoya. They are
>> available outside Japan too.
>>
>> Stig
>>
>>> frodek
>>>
>>> Loa Andersson wrote:
>>>> Anyone that know if there are a place to get a good IPA,
>>>> preferable Smutty Nose, Bells 2 Hearted or Hoop otin' (AVBC).
>>>>
>>>> /Loa
>>>>
>>>> -- 
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Loa Andersson                         email: loa.andersson@ericsson.com
>>>> Sr Strategy and Standards Manager            loa@pi.nu
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