Beverich Co., Ltd.
[Beverich x Uruu Farm] Present campaign to receive non-alcoholic beer “BRULO”
Beverich Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Fujisawa City, Kanagawa Prefecture; Representative Director: Kei Kinoshita; hereinafter referred to as “our company”), which operates a mail order and EC site “Beverich” specializing in non-alcoholic beer, etc., sells non-alcoholic We will jointly carry out a gift campaign with craft beer BRULO.
Non-alcoholic and low-alcohol beverage mail order / EC site
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Non-alcoholic craft beer “BRULO” will be presented to 24 people only for those who visit Uruu Farm!
1. Follow Uruu Farm’s official Twitter (https://twitter.com/uluu_noen) 2. Follow Beveich’s official Twitter (https://twitter.com/beverichjp) 3. Like or retweet the target tweet
May 22, 2023 (Monday) to May 31, 2023 (Wednesday) 16:59
* It will end as soon as the product runs out.
BRULO sticks to non-yeast ingredients such as hops and malt to create an uncompromising taste. Although it takes a lot of time and effort to manufacture and the cost of raw materials, by actually fermenting it, it tastes like beer and has a flavor and bitterness that you wouldn’t expect from a non-alcoholic beer.
LUST FOR LIFE DDH IPA 0.0% 330ml
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■ Uruu Farm
Uruu Farm’s Amaou strawberries are certified by Fukuoka Prefecture for special cultivation (chemical fertilizers and chemical pesticides are less than 50% of the customary standard), so you can enjoy safe and secure Amaou strawberries with less pesticides and less chemical fertilizers. increase. They also stick to the old-fashioned soil culture method, which is said to have high taste and quality, and is characterized by the original strong taste of Amaou.
We also sell strawberry ice cream that uses plenty of Amaou
strawberries. While ordinary strawberry ice cream contains only a few percent of strawberries, Uruu Farm’s Amaou gelato uses about 30% of Amaou, so you can feel the freshness and seasonal taste of Amaou in the ice cream. .
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Beverich also sells wholesale. Please feel free to contact us if you are interested in domestic and international non-alcoholic beverages and specialty drinks at activity facilities such as restaurants, retail stores, accommodation facilities, campsites, golf courses, and hot spring facilities. We will get back to you as soon as possible. Contact: https://beverich.jp/pages/contact
■ About Beverich Co., Ltd.
“Beverich” is an EC site that specializes in specialty drinks such as non-alcoholic and low-alcoholic beverages with an alcohol content of less than 1% in Japan and overseas, kombucha, and bottling tea. *In Japan, beverages with an alcohol content of less than 1% are considered soft drinks, with 0% alcohol being defined as
non-alcoholic, and alcohol content greater than 0% and less than 1% as low-alcohol.
-About the origin of the company name-
It is a coined word that combines Beverage and its rich variety. We named it “Beverich” with the desire to increase the enjoyment of drinking. Beverich Co., Ltd.
Representative: Representative Director Kei Kinoshita
Location: Kanagawa Prefecture Fujisawa City Tsujido Shrine 2-2-1 Icross Shonan Room 5E
Business description: Operation of EC site “Beverich” for
non-alcoholic beverages, etc.
EC site: https://beverich.jp/
■ Inquiries regarding press releases
Public Relations Manager, Beverich Co., Ltd.
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
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