Friday, 23 September 2011

Special Event: 2011 Mokuyokai Sake Tasting Event at AGRO Cafe and Artisan Sake Maker on Granville Island - Sat October 22 (6:30-9:30pm)

Come join Vancouver Mokuyokai Society's Sake Tasting event and enjoy numerous kinds of delicious, high quality sake. In addition to many bottles of daiginjo and other premium quality sake directly imported from Japan, you will also be able to sample some delicious, award winning premium sake brewed right here in Vancouver!

When: Saturday, October 22, 2011 (6:30 ~ 9:30 PM)
Where: AGRO Café, 1363 Railspur Alley, Vancouver (Granville Island) and the Artisan Sake Maker just steps away
Cost: Mokuyokai Members $25, Non-Members $35

Price includes sake brewery tour, tasting of at least ten premium sakes from Japan and BC, appetizers and  live music performed by The Artists Formerly Known As Jazz Hands, featuring Mokuyokai board member Shaun Krislock.

Don't miss this unique opportunity to enjoy some great sake, music and friends while learning more about the first 'fresh premium' Junmai sake brewery of its kind in Canada. Through a sake tasting, novices and connoisseurs alike can increase their appreciation for Japan's finest traditional drink.

**Special thanks to That's Life Gourmet Ltd., Artisan Sake Maker, and Agro Cafe for supporting this event.**

How to Register:
1) E-mail Erika by Monday October 17 at: pp"at" with your name and contact number (please replace "at" with @ mark when you send email)
2) Please make cheques payable to the "Vancouver Mokuyokai Society" and mail your cheque to: The Vancouver Mokuyokai Society P.O. Box 48901 Bentall Station Vancouver, B.C. V7X 1A8
3) This event has limited number of participants. We strongly recommend that you RSVP early to avoid disappointment as we expect this unique event to sell out quickly.
**Registration confirmed ONLY when fees are received. Unfortunately, cancellations made after October 17 cannot be refunded.

*This is a sake tasting, not a dinner event. We strongly recommend that you have a meal before tackling the wonderful selection of premium sake. A variety of breads for cleansing the palate, and a selection of appetizers that complement the sakes will be served.
*Alcohol levels for sake can hover in the 16 percent range, please plan ahead to have a designated driver or use the public transit.

Please Note: Photos/videos may be taken at this event that may be used by the Vancouver Mokuyokai Society in connection with the activities of the Society or for promoting, publicizing or explaining the Society or its activities. These photos/videos may appear in any of the wide variety of formats and media now available and that may be available in the future, including but not limited to print, broadcast, videotape, CD-ROM, and electronic/online media.