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Sapporo

41 Ratings: 2.0
Beer brewed in Tokyo, Japan
1 review about Sapporo

A smooth and crisp German pilsener from Japan

  • Dec 30, 2009
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Sapporo Classic is a crisp pilsener from Japan.  I really enjoyed it's smooth taste and crisp flavor.  I really didn't notice the alcohol until my second beer.  A very good brew that's either served in a steel can or a bottle.  You can't go wrong if it's in a bottle or can because it's that good.  I also enjoy the mini six pack as well.  You can easily sneak it in your coat pocket for beer on the go.  If you're looking for a good pilsener then look no further.  Sapporo costs a bit more than your regular domestics but it's worth it.  Try Sapporo Dark as well, it's divine.

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Type: German pilsener
Country: Japan
Brewery: Sapporo Brewery

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