We will showcase five sakes! artisansakemaker.dreamhosters.com/…/viwf-Table-Brochure.pdf
As part of the Dine Out Vancouver experience, Vancouver Foodster has organized an extraordinary night of art, eating and drinking on Granville Island. Visit resident artists, local producers of beer and spirits, and taste dishes from several of the island restaurants at some of Granville Island’s finest restaurants, breweries and distilleries. Following your “passport” as […]
Artisan Sake Maker is happy to be promoted alongside some of Vancouvers finest Craft Distilleries. Although the verdict is still out on the fermention vs distilled debate we invite to come find out the differences yourself. Try our Tasting Trio if your new to Sake, or for seasoned drinkers we have the first ever Mirai […]
We are so proud that such a quality restaurant uses our products for fresh flavor. Please read the full review for more in-depth look at the enchanting Pilgrimme. http://blogs.vancouversun.com/2015/12/03/i-review-pilgrimme-an-award-winner-on-galiano-island/
It is important to Masa Shiroki to make the distinction that Sake is rice wine and not a beer product or by-product, “It all comes down to your choice of words – fermentation instead of brewing. I think the misconception is from when people came to Japan to study the art of Sake making and […]
Community co-op gives financiers the opportunity to invest in B.C. businesses Read more: http://www.vancouversun.com/life/knives+forks+feed+local+food+economy/11499863/story.html#ixzz3qw6BVMn4
Fabriqué au Canada : nous sommes en Colombie-Britannique, où un fonctionnaire s'est transformé en producteur de riz et de saké. Posted by RDI Économie on Wednesday, October 14, 2015
Christine Campbell of Girls Go Grape contributed an article on our winery. It is available on Alcohol Professor!