The first Japanese beer was the Kirin Brewery’s Kirin Ale, named after the ancient Japanese deity of thunder.
Kirin beer was brewed in Japan during the Edo period, about 1526-1868, when the country was a fledgling empire.
The brewery was one of the first to export beer in the East, making it the world’s first brewery.
The Kirin Brewery was founded in 1854 by Jigoro Kano, a Japanese monk.
Today, the brewery is one of Tokyo’s largest, and it produces about 10 million barrels of beer a year.
The world’s oldest brewery, it still makes beer for the Japanese and American markets.
The company’s biggest brand, Kirin, is a pale ale with a golden color and a creamy taste.
Kirin is also made in China.
The original Kirin beer, Kirin Lager, is the only Japanese beer still brewed today.
In 2016, the Kirin Company was purchased by Tokyo-based Sapporo Brewery, which makes Sapporo beers.
Sapporo makes more than 400 Kirin brands and sells them in Japan and around the world.
The new Sapporo brewery, which opened in March, is also owned by Sapporo.
Sappo and Kirin will combine to make the Kirin beers that are currently being sold in Japan.