Thursday Jul 24
The microbes make the sake brewery
A sake brewery has its own microbial terroir, meaning the microbial populations found on surfaces in the facility resemble those found in the product, creating the final flavor according to research published ahead of print in the journal Applied and Environmental Microbiology .
The Honolulu Advertiser
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Phoenix New Times
Restaurants and Dining
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The Drinks Business
Japan: the land of the rising sun
Japan is full of traditions, and of contrasts too! Tokyo is the ultimate example of this.
The Kyoto Shimbun News
"Doshisha Dai Ginjo" Launched
"Doshisha Dai Ginjo," an original sake, was created in commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the voyage to the United States by Joseph Neesima, founder of Doshisha University.
Wall Street Journal
What Psy's 'Hangover' Doesn't Say About Korea's...
Is Psy's new video for the song "Hangover" really a case of art imitating life in South Korea? The video might give the impression that the local drinking culture is only about Korean men getting blotto.