What is Natural Sake? Learn Japanese Fermentation Culture from Sake Brewery “Terada Honke!”
Date: Saturday, March 31, 2018 7:00pm – 9:00pm
Location: RESOBOX East Village
Terada Honke is a 340-year-old sake brewery situated in Chiba Prefecture, approximately 54 miles northeast of Tokyo. Their sake is naturally brewed using pesticide-free and herbicide-free organic rice with absolutely zero additives. Even the micro-organisms, the key ingredients for fermentation, are organically grown within the walls of their age-old brewery as opposed to the so-called ‘pure culture’ technique, a lab-style cultivation of microorganisms.
In this workshop, a traditional method of sake brewing will be introduced, and the pivotal role of microorganisms in the fermentation process will be highlighted. Additionally, the participants will have an opportunity to taste five different flavors of organic sake by Terada Honke, not available in the United States. Sake will be served with homemade appetizers made with “sake kasu” (sake lees) and “koji” (rice malt).
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