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  1. Zuma Opens New York City LocationRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 26 | Restaurant News Resource

    Zuma, London's award-winning restaurant, officially opened its highly anticipated location in Midtown Manhattan , the ninth outpost in its international collection. Founded by acclaimed chef Rainer Becker, Zuma offers contemporary Japanese dining that is authentic, but not traditional, prepared using the highest quality ingredients and characterized by bold flavors and simple but exquisite presentation.

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  2. Kapow expands into the San Francisco corporate events gameRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | Business Journal

    ... that need employee and corporate events. The gatherings could involve anything from wine making to mini golf to sake tasting. Corporate events are becoming more "experience driven," said Kapow's San Francisco manager, Heather Ellison . "People ...

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  3. Kapow expands into the San Francisco corporate events gameRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | Business Journal

    Chicago-based Kapow Events is launching in the San Francisco Bay Area on Feb. 1 to provide packages for corporations seeking employee and corporate events that could involve anything from wine making to mini golf to sake tasting. The Bay Area's red-hot technology boom is fueling an intense competition for corporate events venues as expanding startups and established tech giants jockey to lock up sites.

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  4. REVIEW: Hiko SushiRead the original story

    Feb 23, 2009 | Sake Sensei

    ... to those of you who have tried making your own sushi but noticed it "didn't taste right".) Some chefs add beer or sake, most add vinegar, maybe a little sugar & some other magical ingredients. With regard to Hiko, without going into the details of ...

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  5. EVENT: Joy of Sake, San Francisco, Oct 23rd 6:30PM-8:30PMRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 23, 2008 | Sake Sensei

    San Francisco's annual sake celebration returns on October 23 to a new venue at Galleria Design Center. The line-up this year features 327 labels, including 118 not available in the United States, as well as gold and silver award winners from the 2008 U.S. National Sake Appraisal.

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  6. EVENT: Evening of Sake Sampling at the Winehouse, April 11thRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 26, 2008 | Sake Sensei

    On April 11 from 5:00PM - 7:00PM there will be a sake tasting for $10.00 at the Winehouse. John Gaunter of Sake-World.com and the toji from Rihaku will be on hand.

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  7. LINK: Grand opening of "Sake House USA" - a new online store for sakeRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 10, 2008 | Sake Sensei

    Marina Ota contacted me about a new web site they've put up to allow folks in the US to purchase sake at extremely reasonable prices. Some of you may know Marina as the purveyor of one of my favorite sake distribution sites, http://www.sake.nu .

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  8. Is Japanese Whisky Better Than Scotch?Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 17 | Wall Street Journal

    ... country has a small wine industry-Grace Wines being a notable estate to look out for-and an internationally renowned sake industry, it was its fledgling whisky industry that seemed to be in the national consciousness when I visited. "Massan," a new ...

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  9. Selling sake to the Japanese: Scottish brewery to export rice wine to JapanRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 14 | BeverageDaily

    Scotland's Arran Brewery is planning the country's first sake brewery - and will sell the traditional rice wine to Japan. Scottish craft beer and whisky is already sold in Japan.

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  10. Why Bartenders Are Burning Citrus to a CrispRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 15 | Food & Wine

    ... Burnt Orange Wheels at Ivan Ramen in New York City The coziest cocktail at noodle expert Ivan Orkin's Ivan Ramen is the Sake Hot Toddy created by bar manager Jennifer DelGrande. Made with warmed junmai sake and barley tea, the malty, earthy cocktail ...

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  11. Scotland to build country's first sake brewery for Japanese consumersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 14 | The Star Online

    After a Japanese whisky-maker did the unthinkable and unseated Scotland to take the title of best whisky in the world last year, Scotland, in turn, has announced plans to open the country's first sake brewery. Scottish beer-maker Arran Brewery has been given the green light to build a sake bottling facility, beer hall, brewing school and Japanese cultural centre on the site of a former primary school after first hatching the plan last year, reported the BBC .

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  12. Is Japanese Whisky Better Than Scotch?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 14 | Wall Street Journal

    ... country has a small wine industry-Grace Wines being a notable estate to look out for-and an internationally renowned sake industry, it was its fledgling whisky industry that seemed to be in the national consciousness when I visited. "Massan," a new ...

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  13. Selling sake to the Japanese: Scottish brewery to export rice wine to JapanRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 14 | BeverageDaily

    Scotland's Arran Brewery is planning the country's first sake brewery - and will sell the traditional rice wine to Japan. Scottish craft beer and whisky is already sold in Japan.

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  14. YamazakiRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 8 | The Sydney Morning Herald

    ... oak in northern Spain. The popularity of whisky in Japan has ebbed and flowed since Masataka Taketsuru, the son of a sake brewer, returned from Scotland in 1918, helping to establish the country's first distillery at Yamazaki five years later. As ...

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  15. This Master Mixologist Is Reinventing Hot SakeRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 8 | Food & Wine

    Hot sake has a dicey reputation, and it's mostly deserved: Typical sushi restaurants use low-end sake because the heat masks the flavor. But at Public in New York City, master mixologist Eben Freeman is heating up quality sake - Kamoizumi Junmai Three Dots, which is specifically made to be drunk warm - and using it as the base for two warming, delicious new creations.

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  16. Planning nod for Scotland's first sake breweryRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 8 | Sunday Herald

    ... on the go here at Dreghorn and at Loch Earn where a new brewery and visitor centre is being built." The firm said the sake produced at Dreghorn will be based on Japanese rice produced in the US. It will largely be sold in Japan, where Arran ...

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  17. The wait is almost over for new Moody BrewsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 8 | Arkansas Times

    ... Moody's newest label, Sixes and Sevens (far right). We wrote about Sheridan native Ben Bell's vision for opening a sake brewery in Central Arkansas last year. He's currently learning the secrets of sake brewing as an apprentice at the Nanbu Bijin ...

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  18. Oregon Beer News, 01/07/2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 7 | The Brew Site

    ... Hoping to get the taproom open next week!" Interestingly, their "about" on FB indicates they plan to be a beer and sake brewery. If they truly are licensed and brewing by the end of the month, we should see beer available by the end of February ...

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  19. Sochu House in Metro Phoenix Offers Hundreds of Sake Choices....Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 7 | Phoenix New Times

    The average American experience with sake begins and ends at a Benihana or similar teppanyaki-style Japanese restaurant. It's usually served warm, in little ceramic carafe with matching shot glasses or it's set on top of chopsticks over a glass of some nameless Asian lager and shaken by an earthquake of drunken hands until it falls into the glass below to be quickly guzzled down as a quirky dinner game for college students having a "nice dinner out."

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  20. Arkansan's vision for sake brewery draws attention in JapanRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 5 | Arkansas Times

    We wrote about Sheridan native Ben Bell's vision for opening a sake brewery in Central Arkansas last year . He's currently learning the secrets of sake brewing as an apprentice at the Nanbu Bijin brewery in Ninohe, Japan.

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