Lager - Japanese Rice

Pale yellow in color with a soft hop nose, Japanese Rice Lagers often have a rounded, firm malty character with moderate bitterness and a trademark dry finish. Similar to American Adjunct Lagers, the beer's grist bill is cut by using large portions of rice, but not enough to be classified as Happoshu, a "sparkling beverage" with a malt content of less than two-thirds.

ABV: 3.6-6.5% | IBU: 6-18 | Glassware: Pilsener Glass (or Pokal)

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Style Examples - 201 to 212 (out of 212) - Ordered by # Reviews
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Name Brewery ABV Ratings > Avg
Bob RiceMraz Brewing Company4.2000
Icy BoysZilker Brewing Co.5.3000
Devine WindLiberty Brewing5.0000
AKA MantoSanTan Brewing Co.6.4000
Rising SunPacific Beach Ale House4.4000
Bonsai Daniel-SanThe Shop Beer Co.5.1000
Sakura Oishi Rice AleDeath Of The Fox Brewing Company4.7000
AdultingCity Barrel Brewing4.8000
MiraiTriptych Brewing5.1000
Like Always BeerMumford Brewing5.1000
Blue SkyMinglewood Brewery ? 00
BasmaticOdna Tonna ? 00
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