This means “sake brewing in cold weather”. Hundreds of years ago, it was discovered that brewing sake in the cold weather months produced better outcomes in fermentation. The cold was working as a natural refrigerator to help keep the spoilage of the fermentation mash at bay.« Back to Glossary Index
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