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The “Early Summer Fruit Beer Festival” will be held at Sankt Gallen Taproom until the end of May 2024, featu ring 10 types of fruit beers. Sherbet-like beer that resembles a frozen drink

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The “Early Summer Fruit Beer Festival” will be held at Sankt Gallen Taproom until the end of May 2024, featuring 10 types of fruit beers. Sherbet-like beer that resembles a frozen drink
Melon, mango, peach, kiwi, pineapple, etc.
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The directly managed beer bar “St. Gallen Taproom (Hon-Atsugi Station Building Hon-Atsugi Milord 2 1st Floor/Owner Nobuhisa Iwamoto)” where you can enjoy 20 types of draft beers from the original local beer shop St. Gallen will hold the “Early Summer Fruit Beer Festival” until the end of May 2024. To do.
https://www.sanktgallenbrewery.com/taproom/
[Image 1: https://prtimes.jp/i/25081/195/resize/d25081-195-be492a58cae2c07848e1-0.jpg&s3=25081-195-3ada96052601d3a195b6d46bcc6b5dab-1000×700.jpg] A tap is a beer spout, and a taproom is a bar that specializes in beer. St. Gallen Taproom is equipped with 20 taps, the most in the central Kanagawa area, and offers 20 types of beer.
At the Fruit Beer Festival, half of the 10 types will be fruit beers made with fruit.
[Image 2: https://prtimes.jp/i/25081/195/resize/d25081-195-d762d06a430232e606f3-1.jpg&s3=25081-195-2287607f2e1347ec91e79245bab4ae03-1024×683.jpg] Each can be enjoyed at 750 yen (825 yen including tax) for a half-size cup, 900 yen (990 yen including tax) for a regular-sized cup, and you can also choose from 4 types of fruit at 1,400 yen (1,540 yen including tax) for a 4-drink comparison set. You can enjoy beer. Early summer fruit beer festival lineup
[Image 3: https://prtimes.jp/i/25081/195/resize/d25081-195-8faebdc298953ac1b2bb-2.jpg&s3=25081-195-a0dfa73ba9a2bc22c3048dcc95352868-1280×706.jpg] 1. Shonan Gold (Orange) 5% alcohol
Uses whole Shonan Gold, an original citrus fruit from Kanagawa Prefecture. The orange pops from the bubbles to the finish.
2. [Super] Shonan Gold 5% alcohol
Contains twice as much fruit as regular Shonan Gold Beer. It has a fruity taste that blurs the line between beer and juice.
3. Pineapple Ale 5% alcohol
Uses 600kg of golden pine. Based on a deliberately dry Brut-IPA, it has a juicy pineapple feel, right down to the bubbles.
4. Cider 6.5% alcohol
Contains 95% apple juice and 5% malt. A fresh apple scent and a fruity, dry taste.
5. Melon IPA 6% alcohol
It smells like tropical aromas of hops and melon. The flavor of melon and the bitterness of beer are strong.
6. Mango IPA 7% alcohol
We use plenty of mango based on HAZY IPA. Rich mango with the tropical flavor of mosaic hops.
7. Grapefruit IPA 6% alcohol
Grapefruit is added to an IPA that uses hops with a citrus aroma such as Citra. Bittersweet aftertaste.
8. Peach Weizen 5.5% alcohol
A combination of white peach fruit and wheat beer made from 50% wheat malt. Sweet flavor of fresh peach.
9. Kiwi Sour Ale 4.5% alcohol
Kiwi from Shimoshima Farm in Atsugi is combined with lactic acid fermented sour ale. Sweet and sour taste.
10. Mixed Berry Cream Sour Ale 4% alcohol
Lactic acid fermented sour ale combined with mixed berries such as strawberries, blueberries, and raspberries, and soft serve ice cream. It has a sweet and sour taste like a yogurt drink.
There is also a special edition offered in frozen machines.
In addition to serving Mixed Berry Cream Sour Ale in a regular beer server, we also have a frozen version that is served in a crispy sorbet-like form in a frozen machine.
[Image 4: https://prtimes.jp/i/25081/195/resize/d25081-195-65d852154f3810cd57e4-3.jpg&s3=25081-195-c50cb6382cf17e043aa8670bb1266064-1000×700.jpg] Frozen mixed berry cream sour ale 830 yen (913 yen including tax) It tastes like a sweet and sour yogurt drink, and is sure to overturn many people’s image of beer.
St. Gallen Taproom
A directly managed store of St. Gallen, located right next to the north exit of Hon-Atsugi Station.
A tap is a beer spout, and a taproom is a bar that specializes in beer. St. Gallen Taproom is equipped with 20 taps, the most in the central Kanagawa area, and offers 20 types of beer.
[Image 5: https://prtimes.jp/i/25081/195/resize/d25081-195-a0c953ad44edeee85e27-4.jpg&s3=25081-195-d828250d2c44caad524dca783931b52b-1280×853.jpg] The biggest feature of this taproom is that all 20 types of beer are produced by one company, St. Gallen. From classic styles such as pale ale and IPA, to fruit beers that make use of seasonal fruits such as Shonan Gold Orange, pears, and peaches, sour beers that make use of lactic acid bacteria, dark beers that taste like vanilla chocolate, and beer that tastes like vanilla chocolate. We have a wide selection of high-alcohol beers with high alcohol content. There is no other beer company that offers so many varieties in one company.
[Image 6: https://prtimes.jp/i/25081/195/resize/d25081-195-9584cad4da785ac4c603-5.jpg&s3=25081-195-ba082265f5e07afce257fab4cac850a8-2880×2304.jpg] In addition to authentic pizza, which is made by rolling out the dough one by one and baking it in a stone oven after receiving your order, we also offer over 10 types of cheese from around the world. [Address] 1st floor, Hon-Atsugi Miroad 2, 2-2-1 Nakamachi, Atsugi-shi, Kanagawa (right next to the north exit of Hon-Atsugi Station) [Telephone number] 046-230-7017 [Business hours] [Monday-Thursday] Lunch 12:00-15:00 / Evening 17:30-22:00
[Fridays and days before holidays] Lunch 12:00-15:00 / Dinner 17:00-23:00 [Sat] 12:00-23:00 [Sun] 12:00-22:00
[Official website] https://www.sanktgallenbrewery.com/taproom/ [Instagram] https://www.instagram.com/sanktgallen_taproom/
About St. Gallen
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St. Gallen is the “original craft beer store” that manufactured and sold small-scale beer in the United States even before the ban on craft beer was lifted in Japan. It became a hot topic in American media such as TIME and Newsweek, and then spread to Japanese media. It involved public opinion and made a difference in the lifting of the ban on craft beer in Japan. For this reason, it is called “local beer No. 0” in the industry.
The beer that St. Gallen produces is a consistent ale, which is the opposite of the major and mainstream “lager” in terms of production method and taste. We are proud of receiving numerous awards at domestic and international contests. In addition to such classic beer, there is chocolate beer for Valentine’s Day from January to February. Cherry blossoms from March to April. We produce sweet beers using seasonal ingredients throughout the year, such as Shonan Gold (orange) and pineapple ale from April to September, and apple cinnamon ale from October to February. Sweet Beer is a generic name for beers with a sweet aroma and taste that can be enjoyed as a dessert, which we started selling in May 2007, and is a registered trademark of our company.
St. Gallen is a place name in Switzerland. The Abbey of St. Gallen there is said to be the first place in the world to obtain a brewing license. In order to carry on its origins, the brand name is “Sankt Gallen”.
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