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Stamped on Asahi labels is the Japanese character for draft beer. But it also means “to be alive.” Our beers are brewed with the spirit and we invite you to enjoy them in the same way, at home, with friends at dinner or at events where we serve up Asahi.
Very easy-drinking and a good introduction to the world of sake for the uninitiated.
A melding of cultures and tastes, where the ideas and flavors of the past meet a dynamic present to create something wonderful and new. G is a step outside of expectations for our brewer, a chance to test the techniques shared with him by some of Japan’s leading sakemasters.
They will be unveiling a custom, authentic Japanese brew just for this event. Make sure and pay them a visit for this one of a kind brew available only after the event.
Hakutsuru, founded in 1743, is one of the oldest Sake producers in Japan. “Hakutsuru” means white crane, a graceful bird, which symbolically represents Hakutsuru Sake’s long history of quality and excellent taste. Hakutsuru is “jammaishu”, a pure rice sake, with no added alcohol or sugar.
The Hakushika brand represents good taste, quality and a sense of tradition. As the leading sake brewer in Nishinomiya, famed throughout Japan for its “miyamizu”, water reputed to be the best for making sake, we are dedicated to producing the finest.
JFC International is proud of its roots, dating back to the early 1900′s. Today’s modern JFC company was formally established in 1958. Ever since, the corporation has broadened and enhanced its 15,000-item product line by penetrating new geographic and consumer markets in fulfilling its commitment of leading the way to tomorrow.
Joto is Japanese for “highest level” and it describes the makers of our saké and our aspirations as their importer. Our breweries could also be described as jizake, or “local.” They are located in different regions
of Japan, produce their saké in small batches and primarily use locally raised rice. They have unique stories and contrasting flavors and styles.
Momokawa is premium, handcrafted, Junmai Ginjo sake brewed with ancient techniques fueled by the pioneering spirit that is the essence of our brewery home. There is a reason it is called “Oregon craft sake” and when you open a bottle of Momokawa you will understand that there is a revolution going on at our brewery and the time to explore sake is now.
In order to better provide fresh tasting premium sake for American consumers, Ozeki started its U.S. production in Hollister, California, in 1979. Ozeki was the first Japanese sake brewer to locally brew sake within the U.S. They were innovative in localizing the entire sake brewing production, including the use of local rice grown especially for sake-making.
Rogue Ales are made with the finest hops and barley malt, free range coastal water and Pacman top fermenting proprietary yeast. Preservative, additives, chemicals: Never! Rogue does not pasteurize its products.
From our home in Oregon we brew Junmai Ginjo sake in a variety of styles under the brands Momokawa, G Sake & Moonstone (flavor infused). Honoring our partners and friends in Japan, we import Murai Family sake and Yoshinogawa a well as Tombo our shochu.
Sapporo, the oldest beer brand in Japan, was first brewed in Sapporo, Japan in 1876 by the German-trained brewer Seibei Nakagawa. From the beginning, Sapporo was a favorite among beer lovers – a crisp, clean taste they appreciated and an advanced brewing process they respected.
TY KU is the leader in Premium Sake & Spirits, producing the best tasting and fastest growing Asian portfolio on the market. Based on the premise that ingredients matter, TY KU strives to create a wiser way to drink for consumers who care about what they put in their bodies.
The crisp, refreshing bite of vinegar — tinged with fresh ingredients and the sweetness of honey! Genki-Su is an all-natural drink made with coconut vinegar and a blissful infusion of the finest flavors found in nature.