ANA Introduces Draft Beer Onboard

Combine Japanese focus on technology with a commitment to service and what do you get?

All Nippon Airways began offering draft beer on Japanese domestic flights on July 20.

Draft beer couldn’t be served before because fluctuating air pressure created too much foam, according to Japan Probe. Supposedly, new beer keg technology was developed to remedy the issue.

They’re selling the beer in coach, limited quantities are onboard, and the article doesn’t mention availability in premium cabins.

But this alone makes me want to take a Japanese domestic flight with ANA.

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