BSA Member-Exclusive August Sake Study Group: The Sakes of Take no Tsuyu Brewery

Following on from the success of our last sell-out Study Group, explore with us the much-acclaimed sake ‘Hakurosuishu’, crafted by Yamagata prefecture’s Take no Tsuyu Brewery.

Line up of six bottles of sake from Take no Tsuyu brewery.
Photo courtesy of Take no Tsuyu brewery

Founded in 1858, Take no Tsuyu Brewery takes its name — meaning ‘Bamboo’s Dew’ — from the verdant bamboo grove in which it is nestled.  Hakurosuishu is brewed using one of the many famous waters of the region, and the resulting sakes are dry yet mellow, with a soft umami flavour and a clean, refreshing finish — brewed with food pairing in mind.

BSA Committee Member Henry Thorogood will guide you through a brief overview of the region and brewery. We’ll then taste six special Hakurosuishu sakes, which are not available in the UK, alongside Vagabond’s special charcuterie and fromagerie and a selection of tapas-style dishes. We will taste:

A rare opportunity to explore rice and micro-regionality within Yamagata sake, this Masterclass is not to be missed.


Monday 22nd August
7:00pm – 9:00 pm
Place: Vagabond Monument, 15 Gracechurch Street, EC3V 0EH
(nearest stations: Monument, Cannon Street, Bank)
 Tickets: £48 for BSA members ONLY

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Tickets are £48 and are available for current British Sake Association Members onlyMembers can purchase directly by clicking on the Paypal “Buy Now” button above.

If you have any dietary requirements, please Please kindly advise the BSA this at the time of booking by emailing henry@britishsakeassociation.org.

Glassware to be provided, but you are welcome to bring your own o-choko for drinking enjoyment.

Space for this event is strictly limited and, due to the short notice of this Masterclass, refunds will unfortunately not be possible after payment has been made.

Thank you for supporting the British Sake Association.

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