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moto-i Announces Sake Classes

The first sake brewing restaurant outside japan, moto-i, opened at Lake and Lyndale last month.

I haven’t personally been there yet, but Alexis dug it, and I’ll take her word for it.

I did, however, just get an e-mail about a new sake class series at moto-i, including a tutorial on sake, the opportunity to taste a range of grades and styles, chance to tour the sake brewery and eat some of their izakaya fare.

According to the e-mail, moto-i sake seminar is open to all professionals as well as non-professionals. It is our goal to have the most educated sake enthusiasts right here in the state of Minnesota.

It’s an 8-hour sake seminar for 15 people every month, featuring:

  • 20 page training manual
  • Tastings that include over 20 sakes, some of which you cannot get in Minnesota.
  • Lunch and snacks after the class will be included.
  • Blake Richardson and Elise Gee, Head Brewer and Assistant Brewer will be your hosts for this event.

The next seminar will be on Saturday the 8th of November. Cost is $150.

To sign up, email class@moto-i.com with “Sake Seminar” in the subject line and please include your shoe size (seriously).

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