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3 Stars, Daikaya Brew Up The Sansho Panza House Beer

Could this be the start of a new trend for DC breweries? Check out the press release below for news on how 3 Stars and Chinatown ramen shop/izakaya Daikaya have teamed up to brew a house beer specifically for this restaurant.

From a press release:

What happens when you take one of the brightest stars in the DC culinary scene and pair him up with DC’s cutting edge craft brewery? You end up with the very unique opportunity to discover a new interpretation of some classic Japanese ingredients reimagined as a delightful seasonal saison. Executive Chef Katsuya Fukushima is the man behind the amazing Daikaya, with partners Yama Jewayni and Daisuke Utagawa, and when he decided to pursue a brew to match his unique creations, he simply looked for the local standout crafting their own innovations and cutting edge beers. Brewed to be the perfect sidekick to the seasonal offerings at Daikaya, The Sansho Panza, is brewed with fresh yuzu and sansho pepper, both of which lend a nice bright citrus character to the light earthy saison.

“3 Stars was built on a desire to continually use innovative techniques and non-traditional ingredients to craft unique and differentiated beers to appeal to the unwavering passion of craftbeer drinkers.” Dave Coleman, President & Co-Founder, 3 Stars Brewing Company.

The Sansho Panza will be priced at $9 per beer debuting at Daikaya on July 10th, in the Izakaya at 705 6th St. NW in Chinatown, and will be celebrated alongside other craft offerings from the brewery, as well as some special menu items to enhance the release. This will be an ongoing collaboration between Daikaya and 3 Stars where they will continue to use seasonally appropriate ingredients to create new house selections for both the Ramen Shop and the upstairs Izakaya.  

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