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[Hot Beer]

"Hot beer," which is made by adding fruits, sugar, and spices to richly flavored beer, has been spreading in Hokkaido in recent years, where many outdoor winter events are held. At the "Munich Christmas Market" held in the center of Sapporo, hot beer from Sapporo Beer Garden was served for the first time and was as popular as cold beer.

Hot beer is a style of beer that has long been enjoyed in winter in Germany and Belgium, the home of beer, and it may be easier to imagine it as a beer version of mulled wine, which is a staple on cold days.

Matsuyama Tokojo's Atatamenabe S is recommended for making hot beer at home. Pour the beer slowly into the pot with as little foam as possible, add cinnamon, cloves, ginger slices, and sugar, and heat over low heat until just before boiling. The warming pot heats slowly, so as the beer warms, a soft, fluffy aroma rises. Please try making this with your favorite black beer or other beer.

Matsuyama Tokojo's Atatamenabe S
https://www.shokunin.com/en/matsuyama/
Seiryugama's Sobachoko
https://www.shokunin.com/en/seiryu/soba.html
Tsuchiya Orimonosho's Pot Holder S
https://www.shokunin.com/en/tsuchiya/
Video
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iITQecmCTz8
Otaru Showroom
https://www.shokunin.com/en/showroom/otaru.html

References
https://www.hokkaido-np.co.jp/article/956621/
https://www.nipponbeer.jp/column/hotbeer/ (Recipe)