Father's Day is June 16

MNG (Muroka Nama Genshu - meaning no charcoal filtration, no pasteurization, and no dilution) fans will delight in this lemony, cherry forward nama that pairs with oily fish like mackerel and herring. That's why the label is adorned with sanma! This bright sake with plenty of acidity is brewed with Hattan Nishiki rice in Niigata. 

The Yagi family started brewing sake in coastal Niigata in 1697. They only produce 300 koku a year (6,000 cases), yet they are the off-site yeast bank for the local breweries. Their friends Takeda, makers of the Skull series, travel up the coast 15 minutes whenever they need yeast for a batch. They also have access to excellent local rice and clean snow melt water providing them an excellent canvas to show their skills. 


  • Brewed in Niigata, Japan by Kubiki Shuzo
  • Style: Tokubetsu Muroka Nama Genshu Junmai
  • Seimaibuai (rice kernel remaining): 60% Hattan Nishiki No. 2, SMV: +3, Acidity: 1.9
  • ABV 17%
  • 24 fl oz (720ml)
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