Meet the Osaka beer maker paving the way for Japanese female brewers

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In the drinks world, Japan is often thought of as the land of sake, a traditional alcoholic drink made by fermenting rice, water, yeast and koji. But dig deeper, and the country reveals a culture of craft beer brewing that goes back 25 years; in the last two alone, over 300 breweries have been awarded licences in Japan. 

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