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CBD (Corona Break Days) beer brings refreshment to pandemic-stressed population

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By Ben K, grape Japan

LD & K, which operates the popular restaurant and cafe chain Udagawa Cafe, has developed a "mental energy beer" called "CBD Beer #chill&relax." According to their press release, the CBD in the name isn't only the currently-trending cannabidiol extract. Designed to provide much-needed refreshment and relaxation to the pandemic-stressed population, the three letters also stand for "Corona Break Days."

In 2015, LD & K launched the "world's first" energy beer from Shibuya, "Shibuya Beer," with the concept of "Energizing Japan from Shibuya!" Now five years later, the mental energy beer "CBD Beer #chill & relax," featuring the benefits of CBD, will be released on Dec 22 to help you enjoy a positive and high-quality life even in the stressful world of the novel coronavirus pandemic.

The high-quality CBD, developed in cooperation with the Japanese manufacturer Oneinch Co Ltd, and lemon zest extract containing beneficial terpenes, create a synergistic effect while delivering a refreshing, fruity taste. The beer is manufactured by the Sankt Gallen craft brewery, whose fruit beers we have featured before in grape Japan.

Product Information

Ingredients: Malt (US), hops, CBD, lemon

Volume: 330 ml

Alcohol: 7%

In-Store Sales

Udagawa Cafe group locations

On sale from Dec 17

Official Website

Online Sales

Pre-order period: Until Dec 21

Delivery from Dec 2; general sales begin

CBD Beer 3 bottle set

Price: 1,800 yen + tax & shipping

Order here

"Energy Pack": 3 bottles Shibuya Beer + 3 bottles CBD Beer

Price: 3,500 yen + tax & shipping

Order here

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