Folks here in Sacramento know the very best place to grab a Sake Bomb is at Crazy Sushi on a Thursday night. Something about a shot of warm sake bombed into a cold Sapporo beer is appealing during the hot summer nights. Something tells me its how tore back someone can feel after feeling too many of the rice wine and barley pops.
A Brief History of Sake
Ironically, the Sake Bomb was invented by Americans that occupied Japan after World War II, and is also called a Hiroshima or Nagasaki. Sake is rice wine that has been made since 712 A.D, but the brewing process is closer to rice beer. In Asian countries, the label determines how dry or sweet the sake is, (+10) being very dry and (-10) being very sweet. Sake is also used as part of a purification ceremony called Shinto. There are even special designation sake types with different kinds of rice and different rice polishing ratios. In Japanese society Sake brewers called “Tōji” are highly respected and regarded like artists of their craft.
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