Thursday, 4 June 2015

Beer Bar The Pint

I am kind of back. Will restart my posting with this brief one on The Pint, a little local bar near Shinmaruko station, just over the Tama river into Kawasaki. Not sure how regular new posts will be as I seem to not have much free time at the moment, but seeing as I have 45 places on my list to check out, I'd better get going again. So, here we go, The Pint.

- Few minutes walk out of the East exit of Shinmaruko station (Toyoko and Meguro lines).
- Pretty small place, around eight seats at the counter and seating for maybe the same amount at a couple of small tables.
- Nine taps of Craft beer, mainly Japanese, but with some of the more common imports that you might expect to find (Brewdog, Nagano Trading stuff).
- US pint for ¥1000-¥1200 and half, ¥600-¥750
- Fridge with a decent selection of bottles, mainly Belgian from what I could see.
- Taplist can be found on their blog and it seems to be updated daily.

Not much else to say. If I lived in the area, I think I would be here a lot. As it is, I'll save it for when I am going to the football as it's the perfect place for a pre- or post-game pint. It has a decent atmosphere and the prices and beers are good.

Japanese breweries on tap when I visited:
Hideji
Rokko
Shiroyama
Beer Buddy
Brimmer
Ise Kadoya
Outsider

Opening Hours:
Mondays (normally) & Wednesday-Saturday, 17:00-01:00
Sundays and holidays, 15:00-23:00
closed Tuesday and the third Monday of the month

Location/map:
新丸子東 1-826, Nakahara-ku, Kawasaki, Kanagawa



Telephone:
044-572-8801

Links:
Website
Blog
Twitter
Ratebeer listing

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