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Sake available in Vancouver - 'Little g' (g for ginjo). Probably the best American made sake out there, from the Sake One kura in Oregon (same one that makes Momokawa), it uses California rice, Oregon water and Japanese yeast and Koji.

Sake One is an invaluable sponsor at our event this year. Informative staff will be available in the garden gazebo for sampling and purchasing an outstanding selection of their award-winning sakes.

Hakutsuru 'Sayuri' nigorizake - I had this last night at Kushibar, and really loved it. Sayuri sake for a yuri girl. ;)

Hakutsuru 'Sayuri' nigorizake - I had this last night at Kushibar, and really loved it. Sayuri sake for a yuri girl.

Hakutsuru Sake

Hakutsuru Sake

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Sake  - Kuroobi "Do-Do". An amazing junmai brewed in the traditional yamahai style.

Sake available in Vancouver - Kuroobi "Do-Do". An amazing junmai brewed in the traditional yamahai style. Find it at Legacy Liquors in the Olympic Village.

Fat Samurai Japanese Sake / Junmai Ginjo

Fat Samurai Japanese Sake / Junmai Ginjo

Fat Samurai Japanese Sake - Junmai Ginjo : The Whisky Exchange

Sake available in Vancouver - Hakutsuru Draft. There's nothing overly special about this 'high-grade' sake. I love you Hakutsuru, but most would be hard pressed to tell the difference between this and your ordinary Junmai.

Hakutsuru Draft Sake gains its fresh, refined taste from being brewed and aged in a cool state at about before bottling. Characterized by its light, fresh and smooth taste. Enjoy this Sake chilled.

- Momokawa sake, made in Oregon, proving that it is possible to make a great sake outside of Japan. Look for Momokawa Silver, Diamond, Ruby and Pearl in local grocery and liquor stores.

Sake available in Vancouver - Momokawa, made in Oregon, proving that it is possible to make a great sake outside of Japan. Look for Momokawa Silver, Diamond, Ruby and Pearl in local liquor stores.

Mirai (Future), from Masa Shiroki's Artisan Sakemaker on Granville Island. The first ever naturally effervescent sake made with Champagne yeast, and only 200 bottles were produced. I'm extremely proud to say that I helped make the sake that was used in this already critically acclaimed experiment.

Mirai (Future), from Masa Shiroki's Artisan Sakemaker on Granville Island. The first ever naturally effervescent sake made with Champagne yeast, and only 200 bottles were produced. I'm extremely proud to say that I helped make the sake that was used in this already critically acclaimed experiment.

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