Source: © PR Times, Inc. Learn about sake-making with livestream of sake shibori pressing at Japanese brewery 2020-05-21 Thu 2020-05-21 Thu In sake brewing, shibori 搾り, or more formally, jōsō 上槽, is the pressing stage of sake production. The sake mash, or moromi 醪, is pressed to separate the rice solids from the alcohol, thereby yielding sake and sake lees, known as sakekasu 酒粕 Warehouse Japan, which makes fine Japanese sake by working with small but high-quality breweries, will be offering a unique opportunity to learn about sake brewing by conducting their first-ever livestream of the shibori process on their YouTube Channel, courtesy of Miyoshikiku Brewery in Tokushima Prefecture. Master brewer Mamiya (R) and assistant brewer Udaka (L) at Miyoshikiku Brewery Co., Ltd. | © PR Times, Inc. Livestream information Event: WHJ Miyoshikiku Shinshu (new sake) shibori livestream When: May 22nd (Fri.), from 10:00 AM (JST) Where: Live from Miyoshikiku Sake Brewery Livestream: Warehouse Japan official YouTube Channel If you'd like to order the new sake yielded from this pressing, you can sign up to their buying club for the current promotion until May 25th at Warehouse Japan. Details are available here. By - Ben K. Tags: livestream / Miyoshikiku Brewery / pressing / Sake / shibori / shinshu / Warehouse Japan grape Japan Goods Learn about sake-making with livestream of sake shibori pressing at Japanese brewery Related Article 870 Years And 55 Generations: A Look At Japan’s Oldest Sake Brewer We Tried a Dassai Sake Pairing Course at Tokyo’s “Kill Bill Restaurant” Sushi Gonpachi Sleep Like A Happy Drunk With The Sake Bottle Pillow Japan’s Next Awesome Kit Kat Flavor Is Sake, Kanpai! “Tipsy Cake” from Hotel Okura Kobe is made with Kiku-Masamune Daiginjo sake lees Can You Spot The Sexy Ninja In This Adorable Game Of Hide And Seek?