Hitachino Nest Dai-Dai

Style: Indigenous Pale Ale {iPA}
Kiuchi Shuzou Ltd, Ibaraki-ken Naka-gun, Japan

Hitachino Nest DaiDai is a very unique beer brewed with peel of Japanese Fukure Mikan fruit. “Kiuchi/Hitachino” philosophy with highly focused notes of orange/mandarin, quite dry in the finish.

Malts:
Floor malted Marris Otter Pale Malt

Hops:
Tardif de Bourgogne [Origin and Description: Tardif de Bourgogne Hops is a natural variety from France. The USDA recieved their first sample in 1977, from the Institute of Hop Research, Pulawy, Poland. This variety is grown on limited acreage around the Alsace region. It is an aroma type associated with European Ales and Lagers. It is difficult to find on the market, and in commercial beers.
If you do come across some, try it out.]
Hersbrucker Tradition

Spices:
“Orange” Fukure Mikan Peel {Fukure Mikan is a wild mandarin orange with almost 1500 years of history and is only cultivated around Mt.Tsukuba near the brewery. Fukure Mikan stands for “very unique” in Japanese. Fuku is ‘symbol of happiness’ and Kure is ‘coming’ and Mikan is ‘orange’.Fukure Mikan means “Orange which will bring fortune happiness!”}

Hitachino Nest Dai-Dai
Alc./Vol.: 6.2


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