Saké is more that just something you order with sushi—it’s a light, balanced rice wine that can be good for nearly any occasion. There’s one small problem, though. Finding the Japanese beverage in America—and we mean finding it as it is actually meant to taste—is difficult. That’s because American saké is usually made with distilled alcohol and has a lighter, less distinct flavor than the kind Proper Saké Co. (Nashvillle’s first and only saké brewery) makes. If you don’t believe us, read our December 2017 interview with Proper Saké Co. founder Byron Stithem here.
This Friday,Stithem and Co. are teaming up with Solv to bring you an evening of saké flights and vegan dumplings all for only $12. This Friday from 4 p.m to 10 p.m. at 628 Ewing Avenue, grab the taste of Japan without ever leaving Music City.
Read more about the event here.