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Yebisu is Japans #1 Beer

YebisuIf you know me personally, then you might know that Im not much of a beer drinker at all. I perfer my alcohol in its purer forms, and cocktails. However there are a few beers that I will drink especially after I have had a bit to drink. Red Stripe and Heineken Light are my go-to beers. I have been trying to sample Japanese beers thanks to ChicKa. So far, I have tried Sapporo and Kirin Ichiban. Between the 2, I like Sapporo the best because it has a lighter taste. However, I am still in search of Yebisu beer here in the Tampa Bay area. For some reason, I cant find that anywhere. (Great site if you have never checked it out before) posted a poll earlier in the year that shows Yebisu is Japan’s #1 Premium Beer. If you know where to find Yebisu in Tampa Bay, please send me an email!

What do you think?

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  1. As a beer lover who lived in Japan, I can attest that Ebisu (Y is silent) is great. There were 4 varieties I can recall: the gold can is the “standard”, green is hoppier, red is a more amber-lagerish beer (think Yuengling in the States), and black is a stout.

    However, someone who prefers very light beers or isn’t a self-described beer-lover may find most Yebisu products to be too strong. Of course, I still recommend trying it.
    A hint for distribution purposes, it is brewed by Sapporo, so chances are, you’ll find them near each other!

    Another delicious Japanese beer is Kirin Gold – it seemed like a wheat ale, although a bit lighter than usual.

    Good luck in your search & kanpai!

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