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Beer Available At Nissin World Delicatessen International Supermarket (arranged by most recent)
Ballast Point Sculpin IPA 100, Schneider Weisse Original 95, Stone Levitation Ale 94, De Molen Vuur & Vlam (Fire & Flames) 97, Southern Tier 2X Stout 95, Mad River Jamaica Red Ale 81, Black Isle Goldeneye Pale Ale 81, Coopers Best Extra Stout 92, Tripel Karmeliet 99, Anchor Humming Ale 88, Rogue HazelNut Brown Nectar 98, Lost Coast 8 Ball Stout 98, Mad River Steelhead Double IPA 93, Ballast Point Calico Amber Ale 94, Rogue Dry Hopped St. Rogue Red Ale 93, Caldera IPA 97, Brooklyn East India Pale Ale 86, Lancelot Blanche Hermine 26, Lost Coast Indica India Pale Ale 98, Belhaven St Andrews Ale (Bottle) 71
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biirusaikou (13) , | September 2, 2013
76 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 7/10 SELECTION 13/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 6/10 OVERALL 15/20
Popular expat food supermarket with a huge selection of wines and beers on the third floor.
Most beers are imports from popular Californian, British, German or Belgian breweries, but you can also find some rare imports from several minor countries.
As expected, Japanese selection is extremely thin.
Prices are high but actually pretty decent for a luxury supermarket and inline with the Tokyo average import market.
chuwy (26) , Japan | March 11, 2009
68 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 6/10 SELECTION 11/15 FOOD 7/10 VALUE N/A OVERALL 14/20
Good choice for a non beer store. Big supermarket that sells most items for everyday needs. The upper floor houses a nice alcohol section that has a lot of wine and quite a few resonably priced world and Japanese beers e.g. Rogue, Fullers, Schneider, etc., though not many micros, if I remember.
Not a bad place to buy booze.
TimE (233) Tokyo, Japan | June 21, 2008
70 AMBIANCE 2/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 12/15 FOOD N/A VALUE N/A OVERALL 13/20
This is purely an import beer store (over 200 varieties). Do not go here for micros, you will be gravely disappointed. Getting beyond that, this place has an amazing selection, but they stick with brands that you can commonly find at other import stores, though the selection here is the widest. Some rare stuff does show up time to time (once found a german hefe with two ratings that was great), but this is more of a place to go if you are looking for your favs (Dupont, Rogue, Gouden Carolus, Sam Smith, Weltenburg, etc). Though could be only place I know that always has about six Andechs avialble. Wine selection is insane (well over 1000 labels). Heavily marketed to expats so prices arenít cheap. Still, its central (10-15 min walk from Roppongi crossing toward Azabu Juban).
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