Yebisu refers to the finest beer in Japan and regarded as the King of Japanese beers. Compared to asahi or other beers in Japan, Yebisu is not even comparable.
Yebisu is a malt beer, and you can really smell and taste the hops. It is reasonably priced and are available in bottles

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