Titans Craft Beer Taproom & Bottle Shop, Minamiotsuka

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TOKYO | Titans Craft Beer Taproom & Bottle Shop is a collaboration between beer importers Albert Kuwano Bakonyvari of AQ Bevolution and Todd Stevens and Jeff Renshaw from Beer Cats. The three story venue, located across the road from Otsuka JR station, is one of our favourite craft beer spots in Tokyo.

On the first floor you’ll find the bar and its 10 taps, as well as a large fridge full of bottles and cans. There’s also a table and standing space. The second floor requires you to take your shoes off, and has lots of comfy cushions to relax on. On the third floor there’s tables and seats, enough for 25 people.

On tap you’ll find a rotating selection of beers that AQ Bevolution and Beer Cats import, along with guest Japanese taps from other breweries. Given that the owners are beer importers, a lot of the beers on offer are not Japanese. There’s a strong North American focus, and featured beers often include brews that are hard to find outside of their home states in the USA. Think breweries like Left Hand, Half Acre, and Victory.

The tap list is posted on Facebook each day, and there’s often special events and tap takeovers too. Everything in the fridges can be enjoyed on site, but there is a ¥300 corkage fee.

Food is limited to bar snacks and gyoza, however you are allowed to bring in food from other restaurants in the area.

Titans Craft Beer Taproom & Bottle Shop

3-53-7 Minamiotsuka
Tokyo 170-0005
Japan

Telephone: 03 5904 9531
E-mail: n/a
Website

Open
Mon – Sat: 3:00pm to 11:30pm
Sun: 3:00pm to 9:30pm

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