Japanese COEDO (pronounced Co-Eh-Doe) literally means “Little Tokyo”. COEDO is the nickname for Kawagoe (Ka-Wa-Go-Eh), a city in Saitama Prefecture Japan, located in the Greater Tokyo Area. Since before modern Tokyo, Kawagoe has been influencing Japanese culture through its fashion, art and agriculture. COEDO’s well-balanced craft beers carry with them the tradition and craftsmanship of ancient Japan into the modern era. The brewers at COEDO have honed their brewing expertise in the custom of Japanese artistry.
The authenticity of the Kawagoe culture flows through the beer of COEDO like the sleeves of their famous Kimonos. COEDO is a brewery that has its roots in conscientious agricultural practices. Since 1970 COEDO has been pioneering Farm-To-Table produce and organic farming in Japan. COEDO captures the Japanese aesthetic of design, craftsmanship and taste.
Marihana, which means “hop flower” in Japanese, has a delicate, citrusy hop aroma. With the contrast of its light golden hues and fluffy white head, this session IPA delivers a highly drinkable beer without sacrificing on flavour.
The beautiful aroma and sophisticated bitterness, combined with the balance of hops, gives this beer everything one could want in an IPA, with a lower alcohol content for drinkability.
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