Asahi Beer Australia
Asahi Beer Australia
04/24/2017 at 05:30. Facebook
Enter the night in style with an Asahi Super Dry, brewed above all else to provide a smooth and sophisticated taste that sets the standard for premium international beer.
Image credit: Lucas Dawson
Enter the night in style with an Asahi Super Dry brewed above
Wally Stepanek
Sushi masters, or 'Itamae', typically train for ten years before being able to prepare sushi and sashimi. They believe that you don't just eat with your mouth, but also with your eyes.

Prepared with precision by Ichi Ni Izakaya
Our premium 3.5% ABV is created from the same yeast as Asahi Super Dry, providing the ultimate in light beer refreshment.

Soukai – Japanese for 'refreshing'.
Our premium 35 ABV is created from the same yeast as Asahi
Brad Wall
Allen Evans
James 'jimmy' Naylor
No visit to Japan is complete without a trip to the art islands located in the picturesque Seto Inland Sea. Considered an architectural feat, the Teshima Art Museum is comprised of a low concrete shell devoid of pillars. Two oval openings allow wind and light into the space in this breathtaking intersection of nature and architecture.
No visit to Japan is complete without a trip to the art
Sunny Sun
Nick AC
TD Reade
In Japan, sushi should be eaten the moment a sushi chef presents it in front of you. Letting it sit there is seen as an insult to the chef. You'll be forgiven for stopping mid-conversation to take a bite.
In Japan sushi should be eaten the moment a sushi chef presents
Jacob Smith
Brendan Waldon
Aaron James Hunter
When designing the label for Asahi Super Dry in 1987, we took a minimalist approach, ensuring the defining element was the alluring silver of the can itself. 30 years later, our iconic design has stood the test of time as a beer above all else.
Image credit: Mona/Rémi Chauvin.
When designing the label for Asahi Super Dry in 1987 we took
Gordon Knight
Jason McIntyre
Donny Cheadle
In Japan, it is considered improper etiquette to dunk your sushi's rice into soy sauce. This will cause it to break apart while also doing a disservice to the chef's carefully crafted rice. Instead, flip your sushi so that you're only dipping the fish.
In Japan it is considered improper etiquette to dunk your sushis rice
Matthew Huynh
Cameron Ewing
Anton Samuela
We captured some of the sharpest fashions from VAMFF, Australia's premiere fashion spectacle.

Images courtesy of Dan Soderstrom Photography
We captured some of the sharpest fashions from VAMFF Australias premiere fashion
Josh Brewer
Ross Lombardo
Sam McWilliams
In the mid-1980s, Japanese brewers believed that beer must taste heavy and bitter. We transformed Japan's beer market in 1987 with our crisp, breakthrough beer that left minimal aftertaste; Asahi Super Dry.
In the mid1980s Japanese brewers believed that beer must taste heavy and
Scuderi Leonardo
Ben Silbersher
Christian Morrissey
If you're heading to Melbourne Fashion Festival this week, discover the Asahi bar and sample our full range, including Asahi Super Dry Black. We're there as the proud beer partner of Australia's unmissable fashion event. #VAMFF
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If youre heading to Melbourne Fashion Festival this week discover the Asahi
Peter Sung
David Brown
Jesse Marshall
Setting the new benchmark in dark lagers, our Asahi Super Dry Black provides a smooth, Karakuchi beer experience that's above all else.

Embrace the darkness and discover it for yourself through Dan Murphy's online and from selected venues across Australia.
Setting the new benchmark in dark lagers our Asahi Super Dry Black
Richard James Lane
Matt Cumner
Peter Bolland
Born from the same Karakuchi DNA as Asahi Super Dry, our smooth and sophisticated Asahi Soukai offers the ultimate in refreshment for your next post-work drinks.
Steven Burton
Michael Frost
Anthony Mitrow
Invisible bullet trains; more than just a wild dream in Japan.

Already famous for its bullet train (Shinkansen), Japan is set to launch an 'invisible' train in 2018. Designed by architect Kazuyo Sejima, known for her minimalist buildings that blend into the environment, the trains will have a semi-reflective surface to give the illusion of invisibility when speeding through the countryside.
Invisible bullet trains; more than just a wild dream in Japan
Sean Harris
Al Mac
Jack Tran
Style matters. That's why we're proud to partner with Melbourne Fashion Festival.

For your chance to WIN a double pass to sit up close to the action at the GQ Australia Menswear Runway, followed by entry to the after party at Spice Market, describe in the comments below your favourite clothing label and why.
Style matters That's why we're proud to partner with Melbourne Fashion Festival
Hung Pham
Steve Roberts
Peter McDonald
Start the weekend off in style at National Gallery of Victoria with #NGVFridayNights, on us.

We're giving you the chance to WIN a double pass to NGV Friday Nights: Dave Graney 'n' The Coral Snakes on March 3rd. For your chance to WIN, simply tell us in the comments below the best art exhibition you've been to and why.

Music by Dave Graney 'n' The Coral Snakes. Art by David Hockney. Beer by us.
Start the weekend off in style at National Gallery of Victoria with NGVFridayNights on us
Eleni Doumtsis
Suzannah Hunt
Ivor Pereira
Find our Asahi bar and sample our range this weekend at the Melbourne Japanese Summer Festival – a celebration of traditional Japanese culture. Kanpai!
Find our Asahi bar and sample our range this weekend at the
Peter Smith
Ellehcore Daiko
Adam Monchai Davies
In Japan, placing ginger on sushi is a common beginner's mistake. Ginger, or 'shoga', is intended to be eaten between different types of fish, acting as a palate cleanser.
In Japan placing ginger on sushi is a common beginners mistake Ginger
Richard James Lane
Charbel El Zoghbi
Stephen Travers
Soukai; Japanese for refreshing. Experience our easy-drinking 3.5% ABV lager for yourself, expertly brewed using quality Japanese brewing techniques.
Soukai Japanese for refreshing Experience our easydrinking 35 ABV lager for yourself
George George
Phil Curran
Robert Valencik
It's customary in Japan to serve one another an Asahi, rather than to pour your own.
Matt Brosnan
Anthony Higgs
Riza Riva
Our breweries have sensory experts who randomly test samples of Asahi for taste and consistency, ensuring our beers are above all else. Kanpai to that!
Our breweries have sensory experts who randomly test samples of Asahi for
Peter Wiltshire
Dave Jones
Pierre BigBangs Johannessen