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Old 02-19-2007, 01:12 PM   #1
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Default For Goodness' Sake! I need rice wine recipe!

Sorry, little "pun" there in the thread title...

Anyway, I've been cruising the few threads we have around sake, and it's confusing the hell out of me. I'm really unclear on how one makes a decent sake at home- but now SWMBO has given me a sake set, and I am looking forward to enjoying some home-made product with it.

So- anyone who's made the stuff, care to share your recipe? And, of course, any advice/warnings you think are helpful.

Thanks!

(I might also make this timed to coincide with the release of the 3rd Pirates of the Caribbean movie, which is likely going to be both Pirate-themed and Asian-themed... much like my brewery, and this wine!

All help is appreciated.


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Have you seen this thread?

http://www.homebrewtalk.com/showthread.php?t=13729

jeremyz has madd sake skillz...



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I have seen that, actually, and it is part of what has contributed to my overall confusion. I've followed links from that site, and am still only partly knowledgable about the process. So, I wonder- could someone who's been through th eprocess write it up in an "Idiot's Guide" sort of way...? Because right now, it seems fantastically complex. (And often written in English that could use a better translation).
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Search the rest of jeremyz threads, if you haven't already. I learned enough to do it from his threads and the links he posts.
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Try the Taylor Made link below. It is a very good step by step guide on making traditional sake, resources for materials, ingredients, and methods for doing thins at home instead of buying. Bob Taylor, the owner, is also very accessable for answering questions. He also on the Northern Brewers Homebrew Forum in the Sake section.

http://www.taylor-madeak.org/index.p...-taylor-made-g


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