So what gives this beer its outlandish color? Blue seaweed, locally grown flowers, and—believe it or not—melted iceberg water from the Sea of Okhotsk. Hear that, Titanic? Turns out icebergs really aren't all that bad after all. Too soon?
So how does it taste? Well, according to Firebox, the flavor is sadly nothing like raspberry Slushies...so you can get that idea out of your head. Until we can get our hands on this specialty brew, we're going to have to assume it has that refreshingly dry bite that most Japanese beers have.
It pairs incredibly well with salmon teriyaki—and we base that only on the fact that everything pairs well with salmon teriyaki.
Jeremy Glass is the Vice editor for Supercompressor and would kill 200,000 men for a bite of salmon teriyaki right now.