The Japan-America Society is excited to partner with Rollertown Beerworks on a special family-friendly event. Join us to celebrate summer with family activities, such as Japanese culture bingo and traditional drumming from Dallas Kiyari Daiko, and learn about Japan from our amazing staff. There will be food available for purchase from a food truck. Archie’s Burgers will be available from 12 to 8 p.m. for those arriving early and staying throughout the event. There will seating both outdoors and indoors for this program. For guests 21 and older, you can enjoy a limited-edition beer that will likely only last the weekend! Read below to learn more about the Japanese lager on tap:
House of Warlords (5.5% ABV | 18 IBU) was brewed in honor of Rollertown Head Brewer Tommy’s time spent serving in the U.S. Air Force in Japan. He fell in love not only with Japan, but also with clean, crisp Japanese lagers brewed with minimal ingredients. House of Warlords is clean and subtle on the nose; it offers cracker-like malt flavors and a crisp, slight bitterness, which creates an effervescence that’s synonymous with Japanese lagers. In the brewing process, Tommy used a hop called “Sorachi Ace,” which are the same hops developed to make Japan’s famed Sapporo extra premium lager in the late 70s.
About Rollertown Beerworks
Founded in 2020, Rollertown has a wide range of beers: lagers, kolschs, IPAs, sours, stouts, and more. Some of its offerings include the popular American light lager, the Juice Serum double dry-hopped IPA, the Green Ribbon Munich helles lager, the War Daddy imperial stout, the Mango Habanero sour ale, and the Big Mummy German chocolate cake oatmeal pastry stout. For non-beer drinkers, there are also seltzer-based cocktails using a high ABV base. Learn more at https://www.rollertownbeerkworks.com.