This is only available at Firebox!
- The Bluest beer in the whole world
- Local flowers and seaweed endow it with its striking colour
- Contains water from melted icebergs in the Sea of Okhotsk
- Chinese Yam provides a superior head that resembles floating ice
- Contrary to it's appearance, it doesn't taste like a raspberry slushie
In between creating longevity-inducing rice dishes, the good people of Japan like to kick back with an ice cold beer. But not just any ordinary beer – Abashiri Blue Beer.
It's not even just a little bit blue either, it's really blue. It's bluer than blueberries, bluer than the smurfs, bluer than the Blue Man Group, even bluer than Daniel Craig's glistening blue eyes.
This striking beer achieves its unique aquamarine hue by using a blend of blue seaweed and locally grown flowers, it even contains water from melted icebergs.* To sip this beautiful blue brew is to immerse yourself in the wild and colourful flavours of the frozen Abashiri coastline. Seriously, you're basically drinking the island, soon there'll be nothing left.
* The original drink is made from these delightfully regional ingredients but due to European law they cannot be exported, so you will be enjoying the delicious taste known simply as "Blue 1" – you'll have to travel to Abashiri for the fully authentic experience
Due to the nature of this product, we are unable to offer our usual 30-day, no-quibble returns policy, if you later change your mind, or otherwise decide to return the product through no fault of Firebox. Click here for more info.
More detail and specification
Average 4.5/5 stars
"Better than the pink beer, tastes more like a beer. Enjoyable to try but other Japanese beers are better"
Bleu - 11th of April, 2017
"Personal favourite of mine, every time I over something from your website I just have to get these, and I have now got my friend drinking it"
Sam - 20th of February, 2017
"Really mild taste and less carbonation than regular beer. Really good."
Michael - 31st of January, 2017
"Tastes amazing! Definitely recommend this, it's not a gimic!"
Lauren - 6th of January, 2017
"Tasted a bit wierd but was definitely a show stopper, I put cans in our guests stockings, they loved it."
Helen - 5th of January, 2017