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Mon, 13 Mar 2017 17:54:12 GMT

Why Japanese Beer Stocks Could Be the Next Big Play of 2017
Investorplace.com
But for those that want to avoid the onerous taxation of standard malt beverages, breweries can produce beer knockoffs, or derisively known as “happoshu.” These beverages integrate peas, corn, or soybeans, essentially anything undesirable to drop the ...

Thu, 02 Mar 2017 01:01:26 GMT

Bloomberg

New Taxes Could Trigger a Japanese Craft Beer Renaissance
Bloomberg
So the biggest breweries, including Asahi Group Holdings Ltd. and Kirin Holdings Co., sell knockoffs, called happoshu (meaning bubbly spirits), or third beer, that may use peas, corn, or soybeans to reduce the amount of flavorful malt. “A lot of time ...

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Tue, 28 Feb 2017 04:41:18 GMT

RocketNews24

Awesome Tokyo ramen restaurant's all-you-can-drink plans start at less than three bucks
RocketNews24
300 yen gets you a limitless supply of Clear Asashi low-malt happoshu beer, whiskey high balls, shochu, sake, wine, chuhai shochu sour cocktails, or soft drinks. Dropping another 200 yen and stepping up to the 500-yen course adds Asahi Super Dry beer ...