We are happy to announce that we attend the virtual beer and music festival 2020 by Monrovia Chamber of commerce. There are 8 breweries participating at this time. Below is the YouTube link and Nova’s interview starts around 54:31.
We carbonated the VACUUM sake (15.0% abv) just like we would with beer and put it fresh on tap! The carbonation adds refreshing mouthfeel and higher acidity making it ideal for pairing with greasy/cheesy foods. Bet you won’t find this anywhere else in the whole county! Available only at our tasting room.
TonChinKan in Arcadia now carry Vacuum Misty. Tonchinkan Izakaya’s ambience, wide selection of beers, Japanese sake and Japanese style tapas provides a truly unique dining experience. Our favorite menu there is handmade tofu and grilled beef tongue. Please visit them and try their food with Vacuum misty. Izakaya TonChinKan713 W Duarte Rd Arcadia, CA 91007 (626) 461-5078
2 months ago, we released our first locally brewed fresh sake and officially became the first and only craft sake brewery in LA County.We produce small batches and hand-make our sake as we were taught by a multi award-winning brewery in Ibaraki, Japan called @inaba_shuzo who makes the amazing #minanogawa and #stellasake99.99% of locals still do not know there’s local sake being made here due to our business was suppressed by Covid19. Help us get our name out there by participating in this promotion! October 1st Promotion:[ 6 winners will get Vacuum Misty Sake for $10.01 (alcohol cannot be given away for free by law) + free giftbox which includes two tasting glasses ] We […]
We were told by the Master Sake Sommelier @ueno_toshio that we shouldn’t just promote sake, but we should promote Japanese food and their drinking culture, which is one reason we wanted to do a special release of this product on a special day. HISTORYDoburoku is an ancient alcoholic drink that is illegal for home-brewing in Japan and limited to be produced by only a handful of breweries. The sake you drink nowadays that has been clarified are modern styles of sake possible due to technology. Rice farmers long ago did not have the technology or the tools to be able to clarify sake like they do now so they would make sake […]