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Izakaya presents Oktoberfest Japanese Style

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Izakaya will host its own version of Oktoberfest in Japanese style. The pub will be joining up with Hitachino Nest Beers, one of Japan’s major producers, to hoist nearly a dozen top Japanese beers in festival style.

Beer lovers can gather on Izakaya’s newly redone patio and try a wide variety of beers like Hatchino Nest’s Dai Dai, White Ale, Red Rice, Japanese Classic Ale, Saison Du Japon, and the Expresso Stout. A representative from the beer maker will be on hand to explain the different brews and answer questions.

And not to forget the food: The admission price also includes select bites from Izakaya’s popular executive chef Jean Philippe Gaston. On the menu are items such as Pork Katsu and Takoyaki. This Japanese version of Oktoberfest will also include Korubuta Sausauge, a Japanese heritage pork sausage coming from Berkshire pigs.

Izakaya will host its own version of Oktoberfest in Japanese style. The pub will be joining up with Hitachino Nest Beers, one of Japan’s major producers, to hoist nearly a dozen top Japanese beers in festival style.

Beer lovers can gather on Izakaya’s newly redone patio and try a wide variety of beers like Hatchino Nest’s Dai Dai, White Ale, Red Rice, Japanese Classic Ale, Saison Du Japon, and the Expresso Stout. A representative from the beer maker will be on hand to explain the different brews and answer questions.

And not to forget the food: The admission price also includes select bites from Izakaya’s popular executive chef Jean Philippe Gaston. On the menu are items such as Pork Katsu and Takoyaki. This Japanese version of Oktoberfest will also include Korubuta Sausauge, a Japanese heritage pork sausage coming from Berkshire pigs.

Izakaya will host its own version of Oktoberfest in Japanese style. The pub will be joining up with Hitachino Nest Beers, one of Japan’s major producers, to hoist nearly a dozen top Japanese beers in festival style.

Beer lovers can gather on Izakaya’s newly redone patio and try a wide variety of beers like Hatchino Nest’s Dai Dai, White Ale, Red Rice, Japanese Classic Ale, Saison Du Japon, and the Expresso Stout. A representative from the beer maker will be on hand to explain the different brews and answer questions.

And not to forget the food: The admission price also includes select bites from Izakaya’s popular executive chef Jean Philippe Gaston. On the menu are items such as Pork Katsu and Takoyaki. This Japanese version of Oktoberfest will also include Korubuta Sausauge, a Japanese heritage pork sausage coming from Berkshire pigs.

WHEN

WHERE

Izakaya
318 Gray St.
Houston, TX 77002
http://www.htownizakaya.com/

TICKET INFO

$35
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