Nice small place in Nagoya, looking trendy, only taps. Was not so busy for a Saturday night. Good selection of beers, mainly Kanto-area Japanese craft beers, almost equally many American ones, some of them quite rare. Prices are quite reasonable, especially for small glasses. Didn’t eat but food looked also nice. Good place, seems to be working hard to build up craft beer clientele in Nagoya.
Stopped in on my one day beer trip to Nagoya. They have a very nice tap selection. Many America imports but I wasn’t hunting for American beers. They y also had a few Belgium beers and a nice selection of Japan craft. The guy working was very friendly and even gave me a taste of a beer that had just ran out.
Nice place, and along with Y Market, the best place for us in Nagoya. Beers mainly served in 3 sizes, so you can try lots of different things. List is possibly a bit import heavy for me, think there were only 7 Japanese taps out of their 20 they had on. Friendly staff and they have pickled eggs! Other food was nice too.
A nice small place with a good selection of beers on tap (20), mainly american, japanese, and british. Also some german and belgian ones. Good snacks and food, specially Belgian Crispy Chicken and Beef Jerky (really spicy).
Somewhat small place with nice French-inspired cooking and a great selection of craft beers. About half the taps are Japanese, half imports. Very well selected and poured in good condition. Friendly, knowledgeable staff. Prices reasonable (Craft in Nagoya is expensive). Good place.
This was my favorite place in Nagoya for craft beer though the location isn’t as central as the others it is just a few more blocks down from Kiya. A small (like all places in Nagoya these days) stylish place that seemed to have a predominantly Japanese clientele. The local foreign community seems to be missing out! They had around 20 odd beers on tap and the first time I went I was astounded to see Oscar Blues G’Knight on tap in Japan! Never saw that anywhere before... they also had a great mix of beers(from Belgians, American & Japanese craft in all kinds of styles with the menu listing ABV & color. The staff were friendly & knowledgeable plus they have tons of glassware. Prices were also reasonable with something for everyone from a 180ml 550 yen Shonan Barly Wine to a big barrel aged Aphotic Baltic Porter running over 1000 yen. Oh plus a 2 hand pumps & a Hinomaru Best Bitter gravity cask. They also seem to do a bunch of beer events, the first night had a belgian beer+food pairing & they are announcing some kind of Stone event for next month. So good I went back the next day & will definitely go back whenever I am in Nagoya.