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Everyday Drinkers Podcast 17: Sake

This episode we’re taking a look at an age old beverage, Sake. We look into what makes a Sake, what type of styles one can experience and our impressions on the Japanese beverage.

While Sake has been around for thousands of years, a few of us on the drinking podcast have never had it. First time impressions and opinions make the corner stone of this episode.

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    Eric M.
    October 6, 2008 at 12:17 am

    Bazooka Joe sake….I’m a double bubble guy myself. Dude, congrats on trekking out in unexplored territory and a salute to using the sake cups. Next time I make a recommendation, I’ll try for something a bit safer. Oregon Microbrew perhaps? 😛

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    February 8, 2009 at 7:37 pm

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