Seattle brewery is expanding to Japan

Taryn's Wreckreation Guide: Pike Brewing is opening a craft beer bar in Nagoya

June 6, 2018

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This fall, travelers will be able to drink beer from the Pacific Northwest at Japan's International Airport in Nagoya. Pike Brewing Restaurant & Craft Beer Bar is set for a grand opening of September 5th, 2018. 


Nagoya is home to Toyota and Japan’s leading auto and aviation center. Since many components of Boeing airplanes are being produced there, Boeing donated its first 787 Dreamliner airplane to Centrair, one of the world’s highest rated airports and a hospitality hub for shopping, dining, and conventions. The airport is currently building the Flight of Dreams, a pavilion showcasing the aircraft alongside Seattle-centric shops and restaurants, like Seattle Fish Market, Beecher's Cheese, Theo Chocolate and of course Pike Brewing Company. Pike Brewing Restaurant & Craft Beer Bar is central to the design, and Pike founders Charles and Rose Ann Finkel have just finished curating and shipping over 600 unique pieces of beer art to Nagoya! The restaurant walls will be decorated to reflect The Pike Pub’s iconic collection of thousands of authentic pieces of beer memorabilia.  

The airport restaurant will even feature Pike Nagoyale and Pike First Class, re-branded from Pike's IPA and Kilt Lifter specifically for the expansion. 

If you travel to Nagoya for any reason, please be sure to check out this slice of Seattle in Chubu Centrair International Airport


Happy Adventuring,


Taryn Daly



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