October 2012

True Sake Newsletter October 2012

Posted by Beau Timken in 2012, Monthly Intro, Newsletter, October
Dear Sake Drinker,

Welcome to the October Issue of America's sake-centric Newsletter. In this delayed issue (sorry!) read what you missed at Sake Day, learn how well the sake market has been doing in the US, find out more about the oldest brewery in Japan, enjoy a sake-related kid's tale, and find out what it takes to write 100 newsletters.

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The acidity or "San-Do" of sake is a measurement of the overall acidity that is within that particular sake. Typically sake has 1/3 the acidity of wine. It is a good indicator of the body of a sake - light or full-bodied. Typical ranges are between 1.0 and 2.0 with the average around 1.3-1.5. Any sake below 1.3 will be more gentle and light bodied, and any brew above 1.5 tends to be more full-bodied and rich in many cases.

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