Coedo Ruri - Coedo Brewery (Kyodo Shoji Koedo Brewery)
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Reviews by SargeC:
3.75/5 rDev +13.3%
Appearance: Clear gold brew with a short lived white head. Softly flowing carbonation.
Smell: Grassy hops, butter and malt.
Taste: Slight hop bitterness combines with solid malt flavor. A touch of yeasty breadiness completes the flavor profile.
Mouthfeel: Medium body. Waxy and silky smooth. Evolves as it warms up.
Drinkablity: Well done brew. I will be looking for more Coedo brews in the future.
12-20-2009 06:06:45 | More by SargeC
More User Reviews:
3.43/5 rDev +3.6%
Gold color with lovely thick, pillowy white head.
Pleasant nose of green pears, green bananas and unripe/sour pineapple. Hints of spice in nose.
Mouthfeel is medium/thin with light carbonation.
Flavors are citrus/lime with green ivy, green olives with hints of underlying light malt and which are assertive but quick in the mouth. The flavors are actually very appealing, layered and become more and more complex the more you drink.
The finish is long and with a full pine, lime character.
10-30-2009 23:58:56 | More by GRG1313
3.58/5 rDev +8.2%
I saw this on the menu at Chef Amaury's 33 West in Aurora, Illinois and ordered it on the advice of the waiter. 11.2oz bottle served in a pilsener glass.
The beer poured a slightly cloudy pale gold color with just a ½-finger of bubbly white head, but to my surprise, the head never faded and left some good lacing.
Pleasant fruity smell with a touch of floral hops underneath.
It's got a touch of grainy malt to it, but it's mainly bitter, hoppy, and slightly tart.
Smooth and medium bodied with medium carbonation.
I never heard of this brewery or this beer before, so I'm glad I found it here as I always like trying new beers. With the addition of that tart fruit, it was an interesting pilsener. I liked it.
10-19-2013 01:07:38 | More by matjack85
3.48/5 rDev +5.1%
A: The beer is clear yellow in color and has no visible carbonation. It poured with an eighth of a finger high white head that died down, leaving some bits of bubbles on the surface.
S: There are aromas of grassy hops and grainy malts in the nose.
T: The taste has flavors of grainy malts along with hints of grassy hops and a light to moderate amount of bitterness, the latter of which lingers through the finish.
M: It feels medium-bodied and clean on the palate with a moderate amount of carbonation. There is a bit of dryness in the finish.
O: This isn't a bad pilsener from a Japanese brewery and is very easy to drink. It has a nice amount of bitterness and really opens up your palate before a meal.
10-10-2012 03:02:47 | More by metter98
3.5/5 rDev +5.7%
Drank from my Duvel Tulip
A - Pours a hazy pale Golden Yellow colour with a one fingered head that dies quickly.
S - Grains and graasy malt.
T - Up front not much at all followed by some nice grainy flavours. The finish is slightly bitter and crisp.
M - Light body and medium carbonation.
O - Has plenty on offer and recommended.
03-02-2012 14:15:30 | More by eric5bellies
2.95/5 rDev -10.9%
A-Corn yellow with no head. Off white bubbles around the rim.
S-Sharp, unrefined grainy aromas, syrupy sweetness.
T/M-Dry and blunt, with moderate carbonation. Weird musty off flavors muddled with sweetness that reminds me of Eastern European export lagers.
O-Hard to finish.
08-11-2011 02:17:24 | More by DaveHS
3.48/5 rDev +5.1%
A: Pours a crystal clear medium yellow in color with very light amounts of visible carbonation. The beer has a quarter finger tall bright white head that reduces to a couple of small patches of very thin film and a thin ring at the edges of the glass. Light amounts of lacing are observed.
S: Moderate aromas of grainy malts and grassy hops.
T: The flavor starts out with moderate amounts of grainy malts followed by lighter amounts of grassy hops - light to moderate amounts of bitterness which quickly fade.
M: Just heavier than light bodied with moderate amounts of carbonation. Crisp.
O: Easy to drink and sessionable - enjoyable German Pilsener with the appropriate amount fo crispness and refreshing due to just the right amount of hops.
10-07-2012 16:30:28 | More by dbrauneis
3.58/5 rDev +8.2%
Pours a pale gold with a bubblebath-like head. Corn and cereal notes on the nose with a hint of floral hops and a touch of malt sweetness. A lil funky on the palate, those cereal notes coming through. Good weighted body. Light carbonation and a little light on the bitterness. A pretty decent German pils(?)
08-04-2009 09:20:20 | More by juju7
3.33/5 rDev +0.6%
A - white low head. Mild carbonation somewhat viscous looking like new motor oil
S - yeasty lactic smells. Parmesean cheese and caramel malts
T - yeasty but some fresh vegetable spices. This is too malty and not hoppy enough to be like most chezch pilsners
M - smooth filling not bad
D - unusual for a pilsner. Hard to say if it's an improvement but it is different
10-02-2010 11:46:54 | More by jeranbrews
3/5 rDev -9.4%
the bottle is cool. 11.25 oz, short, brown with a dark blue label and silver lettering. the bottle has the letters C, O, E, D & O again embossed on it. "PREMIUM ALL MALT BEER" which is good to know, since a lot of Japanese beer has rice in it. "COEDO's beer is brewed from selected malts and hops with the technique of beer artisan, braumeister."
A: slightly cloudy, yellow with bubbly white head.
S: malty and a little sweet
T: sweet malty and a little tiny bit yeasty. kinda like watered down apple juice without the sourness. no noticeable hops whatsoever. reminded me of a cheap Czech or Russian lager.
M: lightly carbonated, gave it a little zest on the tongue.
D: ok, i guess. the sweetness turned me off a little. seemed to be very typical of the style, which isn't mine, anyway. nothing really bad or good about it. certainly NOT worth $5.19.
05-14-2009 23:23:03 | More by getalife2k5
3.35/5 rDev +1.2%
A: The beer is light yellow, and has very slight carbonation, poured with about a half of an inch in carbonation, the bubbles are on the small side.
S: I can smell grassy hops and grainy malts.
T: The taste has grainy malts, and grassy hops with a slight metallic bitterness. The metallic bitterness lingers well after finishing the beer. I also had a very slight sweet honey flavor after the bitterness, I'd like a little more sweetness to balance it.
M: It feels light-bodied to me and very clean on the palate with a light amount of carbonation, it is very dry, and is very light.
O: I think this beer is uniquely light, I don't necessarily like the lingering metallic aftertaste for food pairing, but I enjoyed this beer without any food.
12-04-2013 07:08:50 | More by nychrislin
3.7/5 rDev +11.8%
This is my second beer from Coedo, and I found it a touch improved over the Kyara. While its listed as a Czech Pils I found it to be a pretty good helles in style, but I won't quibble.
Light yellow pour with a soft bone white head that puts down some nice lace as it recedes to a tight cap. The aroma is sadly subdued, and perhaps the weakest part of the body, with mild malty notes, rounded grain and herbal hops giving a hint of the contents. The flavour though, is pretty good (especially if viewed as a helles). Soft, pillowy malt dominates, with honey and herbal tones mixed in. A very light grassy bitterness rounds out the finish. While there's nothing complex going on here, it has the remarkable rounded crispness, yet softness, of a good helles. Mouthfeel is mediuym -light, with a billowing soft carbonation.
Very solid all round, and recommended for lager lovers.
07-19-2009 01:55:30 | More by bobsy
3.33/5 rDev +0.6%
280 yen can poured into a pint glass.
A: My pour, from can to pint glass, did not produce a head for some reason. The color was a well-filtered golden yellow. No head whatsoever at the half-way point.
S: The nose was quite malty with a subdued citrus accent.
T: Strong malt characteristics fill the body of this beer with slight sourness on the sides of the tongue. In the case of this beer I'd say that the very light sour flavor is a plus. It works well with the malty backbone that hangs around to leave its mark on the aftertaste.
M: Very crisp when chilled (perhaps a bit too much in my case actually), but becomes fuller as room temperature asserts its influence.
D: Coedo Ruri is an easy-to-drink, refreshing Pilsener that boasts an almost spicy bitterness when it hits the right temperature.
This lager is better than the majority of crystal clear beers that are commonly available on the market in Japan. Unfortunately, this one is not as easy to find. It's price, at 280 yen per can, may preclude its ability to command serious shelf space at most major retailers, but it's definitely worth a taste if you happen across it.
11-15-2009 09:17:12 | More by pellegrini
Coedo Ruri from Coedo Brewery (Kyodo Shoji Koedo Brewery)
78 out of 100 based on 23 ratings.