THE inaugural fest WILL FEATURE 5 AMERICAN SAKE BREWERIES, pouring 20+ delicious sakes.
Ben's American Sake
Born in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, Ben’s American Sake has crafted a fresh new take on an ancient beverage: Sake! Our sake is unabashedly American. We aim to remove any pretension from the experience of serving and drinking this refined spirit. Our sake is easy to approach, with new fruit infusions, light carbonation, and packaged in friendly, familiar bottles and cans. Nothing could be more American than Ben’s!
North American Sake Brewery
North American Sake Brewery (NAS) is Virginia’s first and only sake producer and one of a handful of sake breweries in the United States. We love brewing sake so we built NAS as a place to make seriously good sake without taking ourselves too seriously. Offering a variety of traditional and untraditional sake brews all made in its Charlottesville headquarters, NAS serves tasting flights, full pours, and bottles to go, as well as a full menu from the onsite Asian Smokehouse.
At Brooklyn Kura, we are committed to a new tradition of American Craft Sake. Building on more than 1,000 years of Japanese brewing history, our sake is made in New York City and hand-crafted with the highest quality ingredients. Using deceptively simple ingredients – rice, water, yeast and koji – our sakes have a broad range of flavors and aromas and can be floral or acidic, sweet or astringent, fruity or savory. Visit us at our taproom @industrycity or find us at some of your favorite restaurants and wine shops across NY, NJ, and PA.
Sequoia Sake Co
San Francisco, CA
Sequoia Sake is all about creating fresh, live and accessible sake. We believe the best way to experience sake is to drink it close to the source. That’s why we brew in the heart of San Francisco. It is our belief that the tastiest sake is the freshest sake and just like food, the fresher the better.
Proper Sake Co
At Proper Saké Co., we take great pride in our symmetry of historical reverence and modern technique. The mission is to reinvigorate pre-modern brewing styles in a way that gives the Western palate a reference point for incorporating sake into their diet.