Wednesday, 25 January 2017

Kanazawa round up part 2: Korinbo Jibiruba

And now, the second of two posts on Kanazawa by a new blog helper. Please click here for part 1. [And thanks to Nevitt, we now have a part 3 too. Check it out here]

Post by Rich 

After our wonderful meal of ramen and beer, we stepped out to Korinbo Jibiruba, just a few minutes walk away.

As we had already eaten, we didn’t try any of the food and only had room for one glass of beer. There were five or six Japanese taps, as well as Sierra Nevada and Lagunitas. Prices were a bit more expensive than Abri Ramen & Beer: Glass (295ml for ¥770-880) and Pint (475ml for ¥1080-1180). To be honest, I felt there was a little too much foam on the pour, but it was hard to tell based on the non-standard glass shape.

The atmosphere was quite nice, with lots of wood and seats for at least 14 people. Again, like Abri Ramen & Beer, I’m not sure if it was non-smoking, but nobody was smoking while we were there, and there were no ashtrays visible.

Japanese breweries seen on tap:
Sankt Gallen
Swan Lake
Oh La Ho

Opening Hours:
Monday, closed
Tuesday-Friday, 18:00-24:00
Saturday and Sunday, 15:00-24:00

片町2−7−3 Kanazawa-shi, Ishikawa-ken


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