About the maker
Kidoizumi Shuzo have been brewing Sake since 1879 and the owners and master brewer have a focus on continuing 5 generations of traditional techniques, natural ferments and ageing.
hey were one of the first breweries in Japan to offer Koshu (aged Sake) commercially in the 1960’s. They have a collection of aged products going back over the last 50 years with the oldest product being from 1967. All of the Sake at Kidoizumi are made using the Hot- Yamahai method which involves creating the starter (Yamahai traditional starter of simply placing the ingredients together and allowing the yeast activity to kick-off on its own) in very warm conditions.See the Kidoizumi Shuzo collection here