Japanese Beer for Kids

Sangaria sells faux alcohol beer (complete with foaming goodness) made specially for children. The name of their fiendishly clever creation is ‘Kodomo no nomimono’ (Children’s Drink) or as I like to call it ‘get dem yung‘. The beer comes in bottles, cans and apparently in six packs for those secret tree-house parties.

To cope with the rising demand and keeping in mind their social responsibilities, Sangaria has diversified into the production of fake wine, cocktails and champagne. Their kid-friendly website features beer themed riddles, videos, a gallery full of drunken glassy-eyed tykes enjoying their favorite tipple and a weird mascot who likes to dance on grapes.

Link to the site (Japanese only). (via Cscout)

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