The Meguro Tavern closed for good Aug 30 2020 another victim of the Covid-19 epidemic. Garth continues to operate Ikari Jyouzou in Nakanobu, supplying British style craft ales to other pubs now along with take outs from the brewery tap room. Other staff members have retrained and found full employment elsewhere. Many thanks for your support for the past 23 years. Sorry to bring this sad news. "Clash" (the outfit that happily took over from the Tavern) will continue to operate with the same interior but on a different system and with different menus. History: Established in 1998, the Meguro Tavern stands today as a premier British pub in Tokyo. We cater to Japanese clientele looking to experience a "London Pub" and local expats in search of a pub/restaurant that feels like home. Founder Garth Roberts is the owner of this outstanding pub, and he and his wife are usually on hand to welcome you. In April 2014, Garth established Ikari Jyouzou Craft Brewery to provide British-style classic bitters to the pub.
A refreshing citrus flavor. Light in color. “Looks like a lager, tastes like an ale.”
Made with Amarillo hops. Balanced with British hops, making for a delightfully refreshing pint.
American hops balanced with British hops. Reddish-brown with a cool head that lasts throughout the pint.
A brew that emulates a beer from anywhere in the UK. Not overly hoppy, but a pleasing balance of malt and hops.
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