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Beer is the most consumed alcohol in Japan and the world for that matter. Due to their unique recipes, Japanese beer tastes much lighter than most others. Beer buffs to those who casually enjoy beer can now get Japanese beer delivered to your door!
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Buy Japanese Beer Online

If you walk into any bar or izakaya in Japan, especially on a Friday or Saturday, you will first notice the sheer amount of beer being served. If you look into the aluminum can bin on trash day, you will find it filled to the brim with empty beer cans. Non-alcoholic beers are also prevalent among those who want to drink beer but cannot consume alcohol for whatever reason. As the most consumed alcoholic drink in the world, beer brands must create new and exciting recipes for their beer. With breweries in Tokyo, Okinawa, Kyoto, Osaka, Kanagawa, and more, there is often a unique and local twist on each recipe. There is a wide variety of Japanese beer brands, and their recipes, flavors, and tastes are just as different. One of the most popular beer brands features a crisp, bitter-tasting beer with a low sweetness. Another brand features an elegant tasting beer with a strong hops aroma. Other brands focus on making "easy to drink beers," meaning that these beers are less bitter and have a more subtle fragrance. These brands usually brew beers with fruit to give them a rare flavor and a lighter taste.

There are currently four popular Japanese beer variations in Japan; regular beer (including ale and lager beers), happoshu, new genre, and craft beer. Japanese beer brands often use rice in their recipes, which gives the beer a much lighter taste than its international counterparts. With this lower malt content, Japanese beer is usually much cheaper than its global competitors. Regular Japanese beer is similar to any beer you will find worldwide; however, the lower malt content gives it a lighter taste. Happoshu, which means sparkling alcohol in Japanese, has a similar flavor and alcohol content to regular beer but contains an even lower malt content. This much lower malt content gives happoshu a very light taste, popular among younger Japanese people. New genre beer, also known as shin janru or "third beer," refers to the most recent development in the world of Japanese beer. This new genre contains no malts but incorporates soy, pea, or wheat spirits to give it that beer-like taste. Craft beer, or local beer, is the most recent trend in Japan's thriving beer industry. These microbreweries usually incorporate local flavors into their recipes, including fruits, nuts, spices, and other local ingredients.

Many people wonder where to buy the best Japanese beer, and it's as easy as opening your laptop and clicking an "order" button. You can shop Japanese beer online, keeping your fridge stocked without even having to leave the house. Using the byFood marketplace, you can order some of the most popular Japanese beers available, along with locally crafted beers.