Kimoto Fest for Children and Adults at Brooklyn Kura

Kimoto Fest

Sunday, March 6 from 1:00 p.m. until 3:00 p.m.

Brooklyn Kura – 68 34th Street, Courtyard 5/6, Brooklyn

Admission: Free

Brooklyn Kura hosts Kimoto Fest featuring Sake Discoveries. Children can stomp rice and enjoy hot amazake, a traditional Japanese sweet, non-alcoholic beverage made from fermented rice. Warm kimoto will be available for the grownups.

About Kimoto

Kimoto is a traditional style of sake made with a labor-intensive method that goes back to around the year 1700. Sake makers extract enzymes from the rice by pounding the rice with wooden paddles. The result is a pure yeast that creates a richer, more mellow sake.

About Brooklyn Kura

The first sake brewery in New York, Brooklyn Kura opened their brewery and tap room in Industry City in 2018. Using Japanese sake-brewing history, Brooklyn is creating a new tradition of American craft sake.

In 2021, Brooklyn Kura began a partnership with Hakkaisan, a highly respected Japanese brewery based in Niigata.

For more information about Brooklyn Kura, please visit their website.