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Den Sake Brewery

Season 2 Episode 205 | 26m 46s

Yoshihiro Sako uses time-honored Japanese techniques to brew small-batch sake using single-origin rice grown on Rue & Forsman ranch in the Sacramento Valley. With a focus on crafting sake that is meant to pair with northern California’s renowned cuisine, Yoshi works with the region’s sommeliers and shop owners to bring the beautifully ephemeral flavor of sake to the American table.

Aired: 01/03/20
tasteMAKERS is made possible by our sponsors: Edward Jones, Fleischmann’s Yeast, AB Mauri, and Natural Tableware. tasteMAKERS is distributed by American Public Television.
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