Moon and Sun Craft Beer Brewery and Bar

Pricing Guide
(Avg. cost per person)
¥500 - ¥1000 per drink
¥500 - ¥1000 per dish
Opening Hours17:30–24:00
*15:00 - 24:00
*Summer weekends July to September
NotesCraft beers on tap
Seating 40
Standing space 20

Moon and Sun beer

5 beer sample set

The Moon and Sun Craft Beer Brewery is a microbrewery located in Sapporo. This bar offers up a fine selection of craft beers as well as delicious foods to go with them. There are 10 types of craft beer on tap plus craft beer from other breweries! You can order pints (450 ml) or half paints (250 ml). If you are interested in sampling the numerous beers on the menu they have a 3 beer and a 5 beer tasting set (recommended). On the menu, each beer has a circular graph with ratings of flavor, crispness, malt, fruitiness, color, strength etc, so you can sample the beer that catches your fancy. Each beer is served in a 150 ml glass. Of course, if beer isn’t your thing, then there are delicious wines (foreign and local), cocktails, soft drinks and coffee!

Moon and Sun cheese plate

And of course, with good beer, comes good food! The Moon and Sun has a great food menu which compliments its tasty beverages. Cheeses, pâté, salami, fruits, seafood and breads are all available to compliment any choice of drink. The french fries are made from a variety of Hokkaido-grown potatoes served with a delicious sauce.For meals, then there are pastas, dumplings, spare ribs stewed in beer, and a delicious smoked chicken plate.

The Moon & Sun bar is a great micro-brewery, and a great place to sample some good beers, wines and have a meal. It is nicely laid out and the staff are super friendly, and helpful. The owner works along side his staff and is more than happy to have a chat. This is definitely a place worth checking if you have a night out in Sapporo.
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