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June 27, 2006

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hikalu

I was interested the article about yeasts. I've heard of that kind of thing in Sake. In Japanese Sake chais, There were used to be many wild yeasts in each chais, some of them live in the chais house, some of them come up while brewing Sake. But many Sake chais buy yeasts from somewhere, to flavor their Sake to someone's liking. The other Japanese liquors like Syouchu too. Nowadays, there are less sake chais using wild yeasts. I don't know the detail and reason though.

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