We are proud to announce that we have partnered with the Japanese Craft Beer Association to bring you some of the most forwarding thinking Japanese craft brewers to New Zealand this August.
TDM 1874 Brewery is owned and operated by Sakaguchiya – a liquor merchants which began operations during the Meiji period in 1874.
In January 2017, TDM 1874 started brewing craft beer – combining a brewery, bar and liquor store all under one roof.
Located in Tokaichiba, Yokohama, Japan – “TDM“ stands for “Ten Days Market” – which is the literal translation of Tokaichiba in English.
We brew a range of beer styles, focusing on balance, aroma and drinkability to appeal to a wide audience.
Our brewery team come from all over Japan, but our head brewer George Juniper is originally from England and will be attending Beervana in August.
TDM 1874 Brewery
835-1 Tokaichiba-cho, Midori, Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan 226-0025 Pipitea
|British Best Bitter||4.3%||29 IBU||English Bitter|
|One Hop Pale-Centennial||5.7%||40 IBU||American|
|Za Karakuchi Brut IPA||7%||IPA||Collaboration brew between head brewers of TDM 1874 George Duncan Juniper (JAPAN) and Duncan’s Brewing George Duncan (NZ). Super Dry, Super fruity this Bruit iPA is brewed with rice and Rakau, El Dorado hops. A little bit of New Zealand and a little bit of Japan.|