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COEDO Shiro is an elegant wheat beer. Yeasts specially selected to yield sweet, banana and clove aromas from the wheat are complimented in perfect harmony by fruity notes for a rich, yet light bodied brew that is smooth on the palate and finishes with a flourish.
Shiro is a very pleasant, refreshing, well-brewed Weissbier. The banana esters are in-check at an appropriate level but the clove phenolics were a bit light. The beer is refreshing and crisp and does not bear too much residual sweetness as many commercial weizens do. Kanpai!
This month, Shibuya launches its very own locally bottled beer in collaboration with Japanese craft beer brewery Coedo. The craft brew, named Shibuya Yeast Diversity, is only sold in Shibuya at selected liquor stores, restaurants and hotels.
COEDO beer is a craft beer made in Kawagoe, Japan. The company started to specialize in vegetable distribution in 1970s, and produced craft beer made from sweet potatoes. COEDO beer is internationally celebrated and received many awards including European Beer Star and World Beer Cup, the two largest world beer competitions.
At Coedo, they are proud to offer our wide selection of beers to the world, which range in color from the deep crimson of a uniquely Japanese beer made with native sweet potatoes to the classic golden hue of our traditional pilsner. The city of Kawagoe was celebrated as the culinary heart of Edo, and as such as given the nickname \"Ko-Edo\" (Little Edo). Today, the artisan brewers of Coedo use only the finest ingredients, which they expertly prepare with their own hands using Japan's famous pure water and an artisan touch.
The beer program at Ace is one of a kind in that it offers such a wide range of beers. I like going to Ace for interesting new beers as well as my standard favorites. During my last visit I noticed beers from from Japan, China, Thailand, and Singapore on the menu. And of course many craft beers from Colorado breweries such as Ratio, Odell, Left Hand, Avery, Funkwerks, Trve, Great Divide, and more.
Created in the seventies, COEDO is a craft beer made in Saitama prefecture, and more precisely in Kawagoe, one hour north of Tokyo by train. The peculiarity of COEDO beers, is that they are made of Japanese sweet potatoes! COEDO was not always in the beer-brewing business, starting instead as an agricultural company specializing in vegetable distribution. Because of the nature of farming, many nonstandardized vegetables were left behind, and the company realized that it could turn some of them into beer. Thanks to the support from a crew of German beer professionals, COEDO started, slowly but surely to make specialized craft beer that later became a wild success in different regions of the world. They have received many awards, including the famous European Beer Star and World Beer Cup.
Kyara is the Japanese word for a deep golden brown color tinged with red, and gives its name to this beer of the same hue. Aromatic hops carry notes of white grapes and spicy citrus, while a fresh, clean bitterness unfolds on the palate. Six different malts are combined with a slightly higher than average alcohol content, bringing a more expansive flavor to this well-rounded, medium-bodied brew. Low-temperature lager yeasts make this a stand-up beer with a pleasant, crisp finish.
In addition to the beer, food, and live music, there was one specific game that drew a huge crowd. Inside next to the beer hall was a ring toss game. You would toss rings from behind a line to get them over different bottles of Coedo beer of varying sizes. Depending on how many you successfully placed, you got a variety of limited-edition goods from the festival, including the incredible shirts the staff were wearing.
Shikkoku is a Japanese word that evokes the jet-black colour of onyx, perfect for this enchantingly dark, slow-aged brew marked by an elegant, mellow flavour profile. Enigmatic shadows contrast sharply with the brightness of its fine, tea-coloured head, while the fragrance of aromatic hops delights the nose. Two types of black malt join six other malt varieties for a black lager that is smooth, light, and balanced - never cloying. Japan proudly offers this dark jewel to stand among the best dark beers in the world. 59ce067264