There were about 7 local craft brews on draught when I visited. I tried the Shuzan Kaidou amber ale and the Hino A.J.I. Weizen hefeweizen.
|Shuzan Kaidou amber ale|
|Hino A.J.I. Weizen|
|A few bottles of beer tucked away into the corner of Kyoto Machiya|
All of the beer was served by a kindly old lady who took pride in the beer and sake the brewery produced. She was extremely helpful in answering questions about the beer and was quick to offer her recommendations and thoughts on the beer. Her hospitality certainly put a welcoming and friendly face on this tiny brewery.
On to the beer! The brewery offers 3 varieties: a dry stout, an alt, and a kolsh. All were delicious, but the alt and the kolsh were amazing.
|Kyoto Machiya alt|