ASAHI Super Dry, the most popular high-quality beer in Japan, has partnered with Ichiba Japanese Market, the recently opened first-of-its-kind Japanese seafood-concept restaurant in the Philippines, to give Japanese-cuisine fans a more authentic dining experience. With also the first-ever Asahi Super Dry Bar in the country, nestled at the very heart of the thematic restaurant’s bustling Japanese-market setting, dinner in Ichiba Japanese Market is a kiss shy of the real McCoy, whether you enjoy your crisp Asahi Super Dry beer to cap off the night, or while indulging in platters upon platters of freshly grilled yakitoris.
Apart from using singled-out malted barley and luxurious globs of expensive fine hops, the perfect blend that is the Asahi Super Dry gives a subtle hint of Yeast Strain No. 1, a rare kind of yeast that yields outstanding fermentation, one that exudes an elegant aroma and more sophisticated karakuchi taste.
Apart from its unadulterated tradition of doing things, Asahi’s new “dream technology” seals in the freshly made Super Dry beer its unmistakable flavor, without the preservatives and instead glossing on the natural powers inherent to its ingredients.
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