Sunday Sake Social!

Sunday Sake Social!

Sunday, April 5 from 8:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m.

Via Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/252296320

Admission: Free

The American Sake Association has held a Virtual Kanpai! the last two Sundays for our members and new friends. Even though we are staying at home, we don’t have to drink alone!
Grab your favorite sake, or your only sake, or whatever you have at home that makes you happy, and join us for an hour of sake talk, industry commiseration, (and hopefully ideas of how we can help), or anything you’ve got on your mind in these trying times. Feel free to ask any questions you have about sake, and if you’re a newbie, don’t fret, we are here to help you fall in love with nihonshu. The more sake the better!! Let’s join together in sake solidarity!

All are welcome to take part so please join us if you can! Even if it is just to say a quick hello, we’d love to stay in touch with all of you. Let’s connect and support each other as best we can. Stay safe and be well!

Expect lots of cool information, weird lighting and questionable fashion choices in the privacy of our own sake lounges.

Let’s connect and support each other as best we can. Stay safe and be well! KANPAI!

How to join the call:

  • Grab a sake and be ready to KANPAI (Cheers!)
  • The call will be conducted on ZOOM.  You must download the ZOOM app to your phone or desktop to participate.
  • Use this URL to join the call:
    https://zoom.us/j/252296320
    Meeting ID: 252 296 320

We hope you can join us!

About The American Sake Association

The American Sake Association (ASA) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with the goal of educating individuals about sake while raising funds for charities approved by the Association.

We welcome anyone to join our events and learn about sake. The Association is a network of individual members and all are welcome! Companies, shops and corporations are not able to join as members but are welcome as partner-sponsors.

 

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