Sake is latest artisan beverage trend brewing in U.S.

By David Sharp

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I hear it is catching up in all of places Scotland as well.

Love to see if a Scots Sake wins a Japanese competition for the best sake.

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At Brazil , sake is a now trend too ...

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Actually, any place that grows a lot of rice could be a major sake production center. Sake became popular in northern California because of the rice grown along the Sacramento River north of Sacramento, California (the type grown is Calrose rice, very similar to the type of rice preferred by the Japanese but adapted for the California climate). With Arkansas, Louisiana and Texas now major rice producers, we may see a lot of sake production in those states in the coming years as this beverage becomes more popular among Americans.

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