Sake is a confusing subject for many. This sake resource aims to make the subject easier to understand by breaking down all aspects of sake into individual elements. The first section is geared toward beginner and intermediate students and available to all members. Membership is free, just create an account by clicking the blue icon in the top right corner. The study guides below are deep dives into each subject and geared toward advanced students.
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The below study guides are master level, deep dives into each subject, available to all Industry Plan Members.
These classes range from entry to advanced level information to expand students' knowledge of the world of sake. Class recordings will be uploaded within two weeks of the live course and accessible to all Beginner and Industry Plan Members.
Class prices are listed at $40 each, however, to help support you and your thirst for knowledge in these uncertain times, we created the below codes to reduce the price to what you are comfortable paying at the time of booking.
SAKE5 = $5 off SAKE10 = $10 off SAKE15 = $15 off SAKE20 = $20 off
SAKE25 = $25 off SAKE30 = $30 off SAKE35 = $35 off SAKE40 = $40 off
This class will build upon what we discussed in Sake 101. Great for beginners or anyone wanting to freshen up on their sake knowledge.
ALL ABOUT RICE
This is an in depth class all about rice. We will discuss anatomy, production, preparation, and break down the most common rice varieties used for sake production.
ALL ABOUT KŌJI
This is an in depth class all about kōji. We will discuss all things kōji from what it is, how it is made, and how it affects the sake.
ALL ABOUT FERMENTATION
This is an in depth class all about fermentation. We will discuss starters, building the moromi, fermentation, optional finishing techniques, and the common styles of sake produced.
This is an in depth class all about sake regionality. In this class we will discuss the major sake production regions along with influencing factors such as climate, local ingredients, guilds, and more.