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BBQ and Champion Homebrew Celebration @ Nakameguro Taproom (Nov. 28, Tokyo)

November 24, 2010

You can try the champion homebrew pale ale and real spare ribs (both in US and JP type)!

From a news mail from Baird——————–

*BBQ and Champion Homebrew Celebration @ Nakameguro Taproom (Sunday, Nov. 28, noon start):

The Wan Cup is the premier homebrew competition held annually in Japan.  The past two years Baird Beer has sponsored one style category in this competition and offered the winner the chance to brew his/her champion beer at our Numazu brewery for public debut at our Nakameguro Taproom.  This year we sponsored the Pale Ale category in which two champion beers were selected.  One of the champion beers is Mr. Hitoshi Tanaka’s GIN’s #76 Pale Aleand Tanaka-san will be on hand to pour the maiden pint of his wonderfully citrusy Pale Ale at noon sharp on Sunday, November 28.  Tanaka-san, together with Baird Beer brewers, will be on hand to talk about all things brewing.  We encourage homebrewers and beer enthusiasts of all levels to join in the fun and partake of the education.

People can’t live on beer alone, however.  As a special culinary treat, the pitmaster of our soon-to-be Bashamichi Taproom will be on hand serving up all kinds of wonderful and authentic American barbecue dishes (beef brisket, pulled pork, ribs, and sundry side dishes).  Come learn about the culture and tradition of real American barbecue, and taste the glory of it!  This will be the final Tokyo sneak preview of Bashamichi Taproom BBQ — so if you can’t wait until mid-January, this is your chance.


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