Popeye Beer Club, Ryogoku

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TOKYO | Popeye Beer Club in Tokyo’s Ryogoku neighbourhood is one the city’s most famous and highly regarded craft beer bars – not surprising given that, with over 70 taps (including three hand pumps), it’s Japan’s largest beer venue. Of course the number of taps is meaningless if they aren’t full of quality beer, and it is here where Popeye really excels, offering mostly Japanese beers along with a few generally American and British imports. There aren’t any double ups, meaning you have over 70 beers to choose from, and that’s before you look at the bottle list.

The space resembles and Izakaya, and actually was one before turning into a craft beer venue, and offers a range of Izakaya style dishes for those looking for a snack or something more substantial to pair with their beer. Depending on what you order, you might even get a free small snack with your drink.

The staff at Popeye are friendly and really know their stuff, meaning you’re in luck whether you’re at the start of your craft beer journey, or a well seasoned craft beer drinker looking for something new. Most styles of beer are represented across the taps, and the only difficulty is deciding what to drink, although there is a 10 beer tasting flight if you want to try a few things before committing to a larger glass. There are cocktails and spirits on offer too but let’s be honest, it’s the beer you’re coming here for.

Popeye Beer Club

2-18-7 Ryōgoku
Sumida-ku
Tokyo 130-0026
Japan

Telephone: 03 3633 2120
E-mail: n/a
Website: Website

Open
Mon – Fri: 5:00pm to 11:30pm
Sat: 3:00pm to 11:30pm

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