year round

One of the highlights of Japanese cuisine is the tea. And one of the most delicate and flavorful teas is made using the Jasmine petals, called Matsurika in Japan.

 

We added these petals to the recipe of a Pilsen, a soft and delicate beer, bringing Jasmine notes to the aroma and palate.

BOHEMIAN PILSENER

with jasmin

5% ABV

27 IBU

year round

An ingredient of unmistakable flavor, ginger is highly popular in Japanese cuisine. Along with orange peels and coriander seeds, it gives a special, soft touch to our Witbier.

 

The name means "yummy" in Japanese, and we made it super tasty, causing the drinker to exclaim an "Oishii" at the end of each sip.

WITBIER

with ginger

and orange zest

4,7% ABV

15 IBU

year round

This beer brings one of the most famous and potent ingredients of Asian cuisine: The wasabi, delicately added during maturation.

 

This is a balanced, hoppy and refreshing American Pale Ale, with cascade hops.

AMERICAN PALE ALE

with wasabi

5,5% ABV

45 IBU

year round

On June 18, 1908, Kasato Maru, the first Japanese immigrant ship landed in Brazil, marking the beginning of an influence that contributed so much to our cultural formation.

 

This beer is a tribute to all Japanese descendants and immigrants who have come here. An IPA, refreshing and highly hopped, with the addition of dekopon, a mandarine of Japanese origin that also arrived as "immigrant" to our home country.

NE IPA

with dekopon

6,5% ABV

40 IBU

seasonal beer

USA

One of the highlights of Japanese cuisine is the tea. And one of the most delicate and flavorful teas is made using the Jasmine petals, called Matsurika in Japan.

 

Following the success of Matsurika, our Bohemian Pilsner using these flowers, we decided to create a delicious dark variation of it, a Czech Dark Lager. The combination of roasted malt with the floral aroma makes this a truly perfect beer for the colder months.

CZECH DARK LAGER

with jasmin

5% ABV

27 IBU

seasonal beer

Sawa is the Japanese translation for “sour”, and this beer is our interpretation of this refreshing style of beer. In this version of Sawa we added Yuzu, a Japanese citrus of sharp acidity and extremely aromatic, reminiscent of Sicilian lemon, mandarin and grapefruit.

 

This sour also takes Amarillo and Cascade hops in dry hoping, further enhancing the citrus characteristics of this rare fruit.

SOUR ALE

with yuzu

4,7% ABV

7 IBU

seasonal beer

USA

In this version of Sawa we added plum, a fruit whose flavor ranges from sweet to tart, matching perfectly the style chosen for this beer.

 

Its delicate flowers symbolize persistence in Japanese popular culture as they bloom in the winter, when the branches are still covered with snow. The plum tree is also believed to ward off evil spirits and bring good luck to homes.

SOUR ALE

with plum

4,7% ABV

7 IBU

seasonal beer

USA

With the typical acidity of the style, light and refreshing, Sawa is the translation of sour in Japanese. In this version of Sawa we chose to add a generous amount of peach.

 

Grown in Brazil and Japan, the fruit has a striking, light acidity sweetness and unmistakable flavor, being a perfect addition to our recipe.

SOUR ALE

with peach

4,7% ABV

7 IBU

seasonal beer

Matcha is a special green tea made from the sprouts of camellia sinensis grounded in stone mill. Much appreciated in Asian cuisine for its flavor and color, it is used in desserts such as Shukurimu, the Japanese version of French Choux Cream.

 

This beer is our interpretation of this pastry: a combination of matcha and vanilla with the creaminess of flaked wheat and oats, finishing with massive amounts of hops.

NE IPA 

with matcha and vanilla

6,5% ABV

30 IBU

seasonal beer

It is impossible to think of Japan without remembering so many “cute” manga and anime characters. And in Japan, all this cuteness has a name: Kawaii. Moreover, it is a culture that has become a lifestyle with thousands of fans around the world and it is now the inspiration for out beer.

 

It also means something innocent, pure, but not not necessarily sweet, so we created a Smoothy NE IPA, light bitterness, pinkish color, flavorful, velvety and with a hint of blackberry and raspberry.

NE IPA 

with blackberry

and raspberry

6,4% ABV

60 IBU

seasonal beer

Sumo wrestling, like the beer world, also has women breaking down barriers with determination and talent.

 

Therefore we seek inspiration in the grandeur of this sport to create our Imperial IPA. A high-bitterness aromatic recipe that combines citrus forward hops with Yuzu, a flavor very present in Japanese culinary culture.

WEST COAST IMPERIAL IPA

with yuzu

8,8% ABV

88 IBU

seasonal beer

Sumo wrestling, like the beer world, also has women breaking down barriers with determination and talent. Therefore we seek inspiration in the grandeur of this sport to create our New England Imperial IPA.

 

A very aromatic recipe that combines citrus-forward hops with Yuzu, a flavor very present in Japanese culinary culture.

NE IMPERIAL IPA

with yuzu

8,8% ABV

44 IBU

HAIBORU CLASSIC

Have you heard of Haiboru? It is the Japanese way of saying Highball, which is a family of simple cocktails, composed of just 2 ingredients, an alcoholic distillate (Whiskey in our Haiboru) and a carbonated beverage (carbonated water), typically served in a tall glass or mug full of ice. 

Haiboru is a lighter and super carbonated drink which makes it very refreshing and pleasant to drink. In Japan, whether canned or freshly made, every kombini, restaurant or izakaya serves Haiboru. A phenomenon that came from the other side of the world and it is available here now, in a can, with an exclusive recipe from Japas.

9% ABV

BR

canned cocktails

HAIBORU YUZU

Have you heard of Haiboru? is the Japanese way of saying Highball, which is a family of simple cocktails, composed of just 2 ingredients, an alcoholic distillate (in our Haiboru is whiskey) and a carbonated beverage (carbonated water), typically served in a tall glass or mug full of ice. Haiboru is a lighter and super carbonated drink which makes it very refreshing and pleasant to drink.

 

In this version we also use Yuzu as an ingredient, a Japanese citrus with sharp acidity and extremely aromatic profile, with hints of lemon, tangerine and grapefruit. In Japan, whether canned or freshly made, every kombini, restaurant or izakaya serves Haiboru. A phenomenon that came from the other side of the world and arrives for the first time in cans in Brazil, with an exclusive recipe from Japas.

9% ABV

BR

canned cocktails

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