Sep 15
~
Sep 19

Keyaki Beer Festival 2022

¥1,700 – ¥2,100

The Keyaki Beer Festival is a large festival held at Saitama Super Arena. Most beers are around ¥500 each but you can also get “tasting comparison” sets of 4 or 5 202 smaller sized beers for around ¥1,000 to ¥1,500 at most of the breweries in attendance, although a few may charge more for these.

90 different brewers from throughout Japan and a few from overseas will be in attendance serving over 400 different beers. The most common price points are ¥500 and ¥600. A few brewers will be serving up their product for as little as ¥300.

Breweries in attendance include Coedo, Hatachino, Shiga Kogen, Devilcraft, Swan Lake, Outsider, Y.Market Brewing and Kyoto Brewing Company. Notable absentees are Baird Beer and Minoh Beer.

Tickets

For 2022, tickets will be required to enter the venue and must be purchased in advance. Tickets start at ¥1,700 per person and vary depending on time, day and amount of people. More information here (Japanese).

To prevent the spread of COVID-19, many events have been canceled. Always check official sites before heading to an event.

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