Japas Yuzu Nama Biiru
At the end of the day, when Japanese factories and offices begin to empty, it is the Izakayas - Japanese pubs - that are full. And, in all of them, one request is certain: Nama Biru, which means 'live/raw beer', that is, unpasteurized and ultra fresh. This Nama Biru is light, clear, dry and extremely refreshing, as if it had been taken directly from the tap. With a delicious combination of Sorachi Ace and Lemondrop hops, this version also has a touch of yuzu, a rare Japanese citrus fruit.
Rice Lager with Yuzu
About the producer
Japas was founded by three women who met through beer: Maíra Kimura, Yumi Shimada and Fernanda Ueno. Their brand was born unpretentiously in the midst of bar conversations, meetings and beer festivals. This union occurred precisely because, within this universe, they identified their similarities: they were some of the few women and, coincidentally, also some of the few Japanese descendants in the industry. They then decided to come together to, in addition to research their origins, show that women can and should also participate in environments that are generally considered to be masculine, proving more and more that beer has no gender.
Each of their creations is the result of this dive into their ancestry and in this mixture so rich in aromas, flavors and culture, with recipes that celebrate the union between Brazil and Japan in a contemporary way, without clichés or pre-established ideas.