This week’s show title tells you all you need to know. For those of you unacquainted with Masumi Sake
, the brilliant Nagano-based craft of Miyasaka Brewing Company, you’ve come to the right place.
And there’s no one better equipped to deliver the goods on this topic than Keith Norum
, a name synonymous with Masumi internationally
. A long-time Suwa local and Miyasaka Brewing Company veteran, Keith is experienced
, eloquent, and arguably one of the best in the business when it comes to communicating the appeal of sake, whether it be for newcomers, or the thoroughly initiated.
more-or-less takes the reins for this interview, however Sebastien
is in on the game this week, as well. We actually had another special guest sitting in for part of this one. While silent for this round, she’ll be sharing her wisdom
in an upcoming episode very soon. Stay tuned!
For those that missed it, heir to the throne at Masumi, Katsuhiko Miyasaka
, made a brief appearance on one of our past episodes recorded at Aoyama Sake Flea. We recommend giving that a listen
, if you haven’t done so already.
And in more exciting news, we’ll be back at Aoyama Sake Flea
right in the midst of sakura (cherry blossom) season! We’ll be doing a few more shows on March 30th
, so if anyone is in the area
, please be sure to stop by for a “kampai”! You can look forward to those episodes very soon.
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Until next round, Kampai!
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