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March 2017

  • March 16, 2017 Beau Timken

    St. Sake Day?

    Welcome to the 151th Issue of America’s sake-centric Newsletter. In this extremely “luck of the Irish” issue check out how sake can be green for St. Patrick’s Day, learn about how “the story” about sakes has evolved in the industry,...

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  • March 16, 2017 Beau Timken

    Sake Moments – The Luck of the Irish!

    The day is here! That one day each year when indulgence in booze is almost as large as Thanksgiving’s over indulgence in food. St. Patrick’s Day is that day! And no we haven’t seen green sake YET! (I’m sure it...

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  • March 16, 2017 Beau Timken

    Sake Facts – The “Story”

    I love sake stories. I really do. Call me cheesy, call me corny, and call me yeasty, I don’t care. I just like stories about sake – how they are made, who made them, why they were made, unique techniques,...

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  • March 16, 2017 Beau Timken

    Top Ten List – Top 10 St. Patrick’s Day Sakes

    10. Narutotai “Mizu to Kome” Junmai GenshuYup, we get it St. Pats Day is an Irish thing which means Potatoes! But why not go the other white starch? “Rice and Water” is a really interesting Junmai that is as unique as...

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  • March 16, 2017 Beau Timken

    Beau-Zone Layer

    Sasaiwai “Sake Celebration”From Niigata Prefecture. Muroka Junmai. SMV: +3 Acidity: 1.6 Say hello to one of “those” sakes that are really fun to write about and review. I really feel that there is a profound movement in Niigata Prefecture that...

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  • March 16, 2017 Beau Timken

    Sake Images – is now #truesake on Instagram

    So there have been a lot of requests on how to follow me and my (let’s call it unique) eye for sake-centric photography. There are two ways. First you can follow me directly at @truesake on Instagram, which is a really...

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