A sake podcast for the beyond beginner! Sake brewer Andrew Russell and sake writer/translator Jim Rion dive deep into the history and culture around Japan's national drink to bring context and insight, for when an introduction just won't cut it. Join us every month for a tokkuri full of unfiltered sake knowledge! Our theme song is from: Lotus Lane by The Loyalist - Preconceived Notions https://soundcloud.com/preconceived-n... Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/lotus-lane Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/1YVHRMVwwHg
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It was inevitable. This month, Jim and Andy wander the green mountains of Jim’s adopted home of Yamaguchi Prefecture. They touch on local history, the reemergence of Yamaguchi sake, and—of course—Dassai. They might also mention Jim’s new book, Discov... more
In this New Year's episode of Sake Deep Dive, Andy and Jim get back to the start—yeast starter, that is. We round out the group by taking on yamahai this time, building on what we’ve already covered in the kimoto and sokujo episodes with how it came ... more
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For someone like me who learns both sake and English, this podcast is the best! I can’t wait for the next episode!
Great podcast for those who love sake and want to go deeper into the subject. The style is light but the material is extremely informative. I like the controversial opinions which are backed up with solid research. Some sake ideas need to be challenged. If you agree this is the show for you. Highly recommended for those who love nihonshu. Currently my favourite show about sake.
A great listen, interesting ebb and flow and much to be learned from two guys with awesome accents and perspectives on sake. Highly recommended when you’re hanging out for some sake immersion.
I can’t thank you enough, Andy and Jim, for doing this! Your thorough research and rendering to a pleasant conversation is much appreciated. I can’t wait for your Kimoto episode.
This excellent podcast is tailor made for those of us who enjoy a deeper exploration into a wide variety of sake topics. It goes into fantastic detail about the history, language, and production methods related to Nihonshu. I never fail to learn a lot of new and interesting things about my favorite drink from Jim and Andy. Congratulations and keep up the good work, guys!
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