How to Homebrew Sake

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Description Homebrew Sake is very easy to brew using simple cooking tools and then you can enjoy the taste of Sake.

Homebrew Sake called 'doburoku', rather than hazy Sake', is part of the culture of Japan.

Even under the previously strict control of Liquor Tax law, some Buddist Temples and Shinto Shrines were brewing their own 'doburoku' to serve at their festivals or ceremonies.
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