Japanese Bottled Beer
Japanese Craft Beer
Coedo Shiro (Hefeweizen) 5.5%
Coedo Shiro is a smooth non-filtered wheat beer with a cloudy but bright golden hue. Sweet, fruity aroma of banana and cloves that comes from the use of
wheat malts and a specially selected top fermentation yeast. 'Shiro' is the Japanese word for 'white'.
Coedo Ruri (Pilsner) 5%
A beautifully delicate japanese-style super premium pilsner with a nice contrast of white, soft foam and a clear, golden colour. It possesses a crisp and
refreshing feel with a good balance of bitterness and a satisfying refined flavour on exit.
Coedo Beniaka - Imperial Sweet Potato Amber 7%
A signature beer from Coedo. This amber coloured, slow-aged Japanese super premium lager, is the result of our brew master's encounter with the choicest
malts and the beniaka - a bright red Japanese sweet potato. There is a slightly higher alcohol content due to an extended maturation process, which
deepens the richness and subsequently the flavour.
Coedo Shikkoku (Dark Lager) 5%
Coedo Shikkoku is a slow-aged dark lager (schwarz bier) with a glossy black hue, that contrasts with its tea-coloured head. Two types of black malts combine
with six other malt varieties, to create a black lager that is smooth, light and balanced with a fragrant coffee and chocolate aroma. Named after the
smallest of Japan's four major islands.
Coedo Marihana Session IPA 4.5%
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 flavor.
Japanese Beers on Tap
Asahi Black (Dark Lager)
Suntory Premium Malt (pilsner)
Orion (Okinawa - lager)
James Boags Light
Apple Truck Cider
Tilses orchard is situated at the foot of the Barrington Tops in the Hunter Valley and has been in the family since 1916. The apples are enriched by
two mountain streams which run through the property helping to create what we think are some of the most beautiful red delicious and granny smith
apples in the world.