The very fine sediments in this bottle are hand pressed, keeping a very fine texture. True to the regional style, it finishes dry and is incredibly food friendly. They’ve not submitted this to any competitions — this is a product they created to please the locals, with a bit of nostalgia towards “doburoku,” a more ancient brew. Recommended in a “guinomi,” a slightly larger ceramic cup, to slow down your meal and to savor every sip.
|Brewery||Kodama Brewing Company|
|Taste Profile||Light & Dry|
|Rice variety||Rice Grown In Akita|
|Yeast variety||Association No. 701|
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