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Masafumi Morita of Yo-Ho Brewing, left, examines a glass of beer from a trial batch made at Taiwan's Taihu Brewing.

Taiwan takes a liking to Japanese craft beer

Yo-Ho's popularity leads to collaboration with Taiwanese brewer

| Taiwan

TOKYO -- Fresh off the success of a limited-time partnership with 7-Eleven in Taiwan, Japan's Yo-Ho Brewing plans to make its Yona Yona Ale and other signature beers available in all of the chain's convenience stores on the island. Permanently.

It is also collaborating with a local craft brewer to create a beer just for Taiwan.

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