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Kanazawa premium beer Pale Ale 330ml 5°


5,90 € tax incl.

Description : Produced from six row barley grown in the brewery’s farm, the Pale Ale is a white beer with a distinctive and strong umami flavor thanks to the homemade malt. It is an amber colored beer with a silky foam.

Alcohol by volume : 5%

Flavor : This Pale Ale beer is characterized by its lightness and the well-balanced bitterness of hops. It has hints of citruses and a delicate floral scent.

Use : With its lightness, the Pale Ale is the ideal accompaniment to any type of dish and more specifically Japanese dishes such as gyoza but also fried dishes. The Pale Ale is popular among bitter and flavorful beer enthusiasts. Enjoy chilled (4°)

Ingredients : Malted barley (six-row Ishikawa), hops (Saaz, Cascade)

Preservation : Keep in a cool place, away from sunlight.

Origin : Japan 

Shelf life : 360 days

Container : Glass bottle

Excessive drinking is dangerous for the health, alcoholic beverages should be consumed with moderation. Expecting mothers should not consume alcoholic beverages.

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Located in Kawakita, an area well-known for its rice fields, the agricultural farm Wakuwaku Tezukuri was founded more than 20 years ago with the aim of revitalizing rural areas. Indeed, despite its rich environment, the area is impacted by depopulation. Wakuwaku Tezukuri Farm encourages the cultivation, the use and consumption of local products. Ishikawa prefecture, in which Kawakita is located, has an abundance of pure water  as well as a pure and rich soil. Thanks to these characteristics, rice, buckwheat and other cereal are abundant in the area. Wakuwaku Tezukuri specializes in rice and buckwheat cultivation to make their home-made craft beers. These beers are brewed with water from the Tedori River, springing from the mount Hakusan, two varieties of buckwheat and Koshihikari rice. Through their home-made beers, Wakuwaku Tezukuri Farm wishes to use local products so that everyone can enjoy the natural wealth of rural areas.

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