Kamikatsu in southern Japan has set its sights on being a ‘zero-waste town’, and judging from their brewery, they’re well on their way.
The building that houses Rise and Win Brewery is made from mostly recycled materials, first and foremost the epic patchwork of windows at the front of the building, all nabbed from abandoned houses in the area and given a new lease of life.
The brewery itself isn’t too shabby either; the taproom featuring a delicious, rotating selection of kegs.
The beer itself follows the lead of the rest of the town, composting the by-products of the brewing and using wheat grown nearby for beer that is truly local.
There’s everything from a lighter summer ale through to a stout, and a tasty looking BBQ-inspired menu.