In the first of a three-part series, sake educator Elise Gee talks about the first commercial sake microbrewery in North America.

Canada is the home of pioneers.

The light bulb, insulin, basketball and five-pin bowling — just a few of our greatest contributions to humankind. No big deal.

So, as craft brewing is quickly reaching its cultural zenith, Canada is again at the forefront with our take on Japanese sake.

Read the full article here -> The pioneer of Japanese sake in Canada

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