From the far ends of the Noto Peninsula in Ishikawa prefecture, Sogen Brewing Company pours its heart into crafting this iconic junmai. A perfect embodiment of the Noto style and region, this rich and umami-driven junmai packs a food-friendly punch. Flavors of steamed rice, ripe honeydew and leafy greens are sure to bring a smile to you and your friends at the dinner table no matter what is on the menu.
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Sogen Brewing Company
Tucked away at the tip of Ishikawa’s Noto Peninsula, Sogen Brewing Company has existed in the rural town of Suzu since 1768. Founded by the Hatakeyama samurai clan, they are of noble descent and were even visited by the crown prince in 2018. With a focus on being food friendly and staying true to their heritage, they are driven by the powerful flavors of rice and umami and make sake for the fishermen and farmers in the area. A seasoned veteran with more than 60 years of experience, their brewmaster pours his soul into making a brew that truly represents their home and history.
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