May. 9. 2022 writer:
In the news this week: The American Craft Sake Festival is back and ready to showcase the efforts of breweries across North America. Then, a craft brewery in Japan raises funds with the tempting taste of mayo made with sake lees. Last, the Monaco Sake Award 2022 searches for the very best sake to pair with caviar.
Mar. 1. 2022 writer:
SAKETIMES Correspondent reports what's going on around the world
Sep. 23. 2021 writer:
Wetlands Sake uses locally developed and grown Pirogue rice to make junmai sake in the heart of New Orleans.
Mar. 13. 2020 writer:
Saying Beau Timken’s sake boutique in San Francisco got in on the ground floor of globalized sake is an understatement. Since 2003, True Sake has been on the frontlines of sake’s expansion in the USA and, through hard work and ingenuity, the shop has helped sway public opinion in sake’s favor one customer at a time.
Jan. 16. 2020 writer:
Sipping sake from a can could very well become a prominent scene in the beverage’s future.
Oct. 15. 2019 writer:
In the news this week: After falling vistim to a tsunami eight years ago, Sasaki Brewery returns with some fresh new sake. Then, an Ishikawa festival gets an English-language upgrade with the IT skills of Sakelogy. Finally, Asahi Shuzo comes up with a new brand name for its American-brewed sake right out of the blue.
Sep. 5. 2019 writer:
Yoshihiro Sako bootstrapped his way to creating Den Sake, one of California’s premier small-batch sake breweries
Jul. 23. 2019 writer:
In the news this week: The International Wine Challenge names its top sake brands and breweries for 2019. Then, the Joy of Sake tasting event will return to Hawaii this year with more sake than ever before. Finally, we might get to look forward to some sake-based Valentine’s chocolate next year if Samantha Thavasa’s new project gets off the ground.
Jul. 2. 2019 writer:
In the news this week: Cool Japan is looking to show China, Hong Kong, and Macau how cool sake can be. Then, Kiku-Masamune is bringing their long-awaited Hyakumoku sake brand to the United States and threw a bash to celebrate. Finally, those traditional square sake cups called masu are about to get a huge upgrade with holograms and streaming audio.
Jun. 25. 2019 writer:
In the news this week: Sake brewing makes its triumphant return to Hawaii with Islander Sake Brewery. Then, a new Japanese restaurant from a celebrated Seattle chef opens with a focus on sake. Finally, Sumiyoshi Shuhan thinks it has found the perfect aromatic environment for its two locations to heighten customers’ enjoyment of sake.
Mar. 19. 2019 writer:
In the news this week: Can’t decide whether to have sake or white wine? Why not have both with Abysse from Hananomai? Then, the great taste of just-pressed namazake can be had by anyone, anywhere, thanks to a new freezing technique. Finally, the newly opened Den Sake Brewery in Oakland is honored with a nomination at the 2019 James Beard Awards.
Mar. 12. 2019 writer:
In the news this week: Hats off to Chang Hung Liang for winning a sake sommelier’s highest honor. Then, SakéOne in the US is hoping you crack open one of their new canned sake offerings. Craft Sake Week returns with a cavalcade of best sake along with delicious meals from Japan’s best restaurants and shops around Japan.
Jan. 29. 2019 writer:
In the news this week: Fukushima breweries take Manhattan with a new specialty shop on Canal Street. Next, are American sake consumers surprisingly sparing when it comes bottle size? Finally, get Tippsy in the comfort of your own home with this revolutionary sake delivery service!
Dec. 18. 2018 writer:
In the news this week: Another winter, another new and special stock of Funaguchi unpasteurized sake. Then, a byproduct of sake brewing surprisingly takes the Japanese cosmetic world. And, Uruguay imports its first-ever sake in a sign of the drink’s increasing global appeal.