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How do you pronounce Sake?
Sake is pronounced sah-KAY.

What is Sake?

Sake is an all natural fermented alcoholic beverage made from rice, purified water, koji, and yeast. (Koji is a culture used in sake brewing, it breaks the starches in the rice down into fermentable sugars. It’s also used in soy sauce and miso!)

Is Sake considered a Rice Wine?

Technically Sake is not a rice wine, although it is a common misconception. The alcohol in wine comes from the fermentation of fruit sugars, but in sake the sugars have been converted from the starch of the rice.

Where are you located? Do you have a taproom?The brewery is located at 634 Orange St, STE B. The taproom is now open! Click here for taproom hours

What do you mean when you say the sake is “all natural”?
Our sake is made with just four ingredients - rice, purified water, yeast, and koji and there are no added sugars, additives, or preservatives. The sparkling sakes are made by adding carbonation and natural flavor!

Why Sake?

Because we love it and we think you will, too! And Louisiana is the nation’s third largest producer of rice, so it makes sense!

How much alcohol is in your sake?

Our Filtered and Unfiltered Sake are 14% ABV and one 8oz can is about the equivalent of two glasses of wine. The Sparkling Sakes are 6.5% ABV, each 12oz can is about the equivalent of a craft beer.

Where can I buy your Sake?

Our sakes are currently available for purchase in SE Louisiana. You can click here for a map of current locations! You can also order sake on our website for pickup at the taproom or for shipping.

Can you ship me some of your sake?

We ship our sakes through VinoShipper, visit the Shop tab to see if they deliver to your state.

Is it Vegan? How about Gluten Free?

Yes and yes!

What should I pair sake with?

Sake pairs well with life! You can pair it with any food you like (we enjoy seafood pairings!) but we think it works perfectly as a stand-alone beverage.

Should sake be served hot or chilled?

We think high quality sake (like ours!) should be served chilled.

Do you provide sponsorships or donations?

We donate 2% of our profits to wetlands conservation, however we are happy to chat about potential sponsorships or donations. Please fill out this form and we will contact you accordingly.