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Beer, Cider, & Sake

What about sake?

Akatonbo | Jun 28, 200607:51 PM     9

I used to think sake was a distilled spirit, but recently learned that the process is more similar to making beer - so is this the board where we discuss sake? If so, I'd like to find out what sakes Chowhounds like. I myself like a really good nigori - just last night had Mukune brand, "Shadows of Katano," by Daimon Shuzo. Excellent, dry, went very well with our meal of contemporary American seafood - how nice to find that I don't have to limit myself to drinking it with Japanese food!

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