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. 29. 2020 writer:
For decades in Japan, the idea of a start-up sake brewery, or “kura,” was virtually unheard of due to strict government regulation. But, this year sees a significant loosening of these restrictions, making the idea of opening a new brewery much more feasible. It’s an ongoing process of deregulation in its early stages, but here’s what we know so far:
Jun. 13. 2019 writer:
For a surefire way to impress at any sake-themed gathering, be sure to read these quick and easy methods for opening sake bottles like a pro. It’s more than just screwing off the cap, but still easy enough that anyone can do it right away.
Jan. 17. 2019 writer:
The ship has sailed on a lot of ways English speakers pronounce Japanese words, but there’s still time to save “sake” from becoming “saki.”
Jan. 10. 2019 writer:
It's winter again in many parts of the globe, which means it's the best time to explore the world of hot sake. Even if you’ve tried it before, it’s likely your hot sake experiences until now were just probing the surface of this particular rabbit hole.
Jan. 24. 2017 writer:
This article covers special designated grades and explains how they can be used to help pinpoint specific sake again.
Oct. 14. 2016 writer:
In this article we try to get to the bottom of whether sake puts on the pounds or not?
Sep. 11. 2016 writer:
In this article we look at how and why sake is diluted with water after its completion as well as the joys of both diluted and undiluted sake. Finally, we will answer the question: is it better to dilute before drinking or not to dilute and what methods are there to do so?
Jul. 26. 2016 writer:
Through the origins and etymology of this traditional sake sipping cup, we look at some potential reasons why a smaller serving style became so popular in Japan.
May. 17. 2016 writer:
Drinking sake in a wine glass is more than just fine.