Tanrei Gokujo (Nama)

A Studied and Carefully Crafted Sparkling Liquor for Beer Lovers

Sparkling Liquor

This long-selling brand first hit the shelves in 1998. Tanrei has led the market for “happoshu,” a type of sparkling liquor, which is subject to lower liquor taxes than beer under Japan’s liquor tax laws.
By utilizing a “double brewing method” where malt and barley are both brewed in optimal conditions, they are able to maximize the quality of the ingredients used and achieve a sharp flavor while maintaining drinkability.
This is a popular drink because of its balanced taste and drinkability, while still maintaining the satisfaction that comes from a beer.

Highlights

  • Happoshu rather than beer, but still has beer-like sharpness and richness.
  • Made with plenty of Nijo barley.
  • Available in a variety of sizes, from 135ml cans to 15L casks.

Photos

  • Tanrei Gokujo (Nama) 350ml can,

    Tanrei Gokujo (Nama) 350ml can,

  • Tanrei Gokujo (Nama) 500ml can

    Tanrei Gokujo (Nama) 500ml can

  • Label

    Label

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Details

Product name in Japanese
淡麗極上〈生〉
Manufacturer
Kirin Beverage Co.,Ltd.
Alcohol by Volume
5.5%
Price
350ml can 152 yen (tax not included)
※Prices may vary by shop.
Calories
45 Calories(100ml)
Shelf Life
9 months
Sales Locations
Liquor stores, grocery stores, convenience stores, etc.
Official Website
Official Website (Japanese)