Enjoy golden week with a golden ale or any other of a number of domestic and imported craft beers on offer at the Oedo Beer Festival.
Last year, it was only in Autumn, but the “Spring” after the name is a strong suggestion that this event will be coming back twice a year.
The number of domestic brewers looks to be slightly down while the international options appear to be slightly more numerous. Nonetheless, there are some interesting flavors on offer, including a “Kiwi IPA” from Akita Okura Beer and a “#B-IPA” from Niigata’s Swan Lake Brewery.
Unlike most craft beer festivals, entry is free with beers starting at 500yen for a glass.
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6:00pm – 9:30pm