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SakéOne, Forest Grove

(4.8/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
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  • This place blew my mind! I had no idea there were so many varieties of sake! You really need to visit and sample all across the bar! So awesome! Would be a pretty impressive date!  more »
  • What a fun thing to do! I am pretty into sake, but my boyfriend is new to it. We both had a great time and learned a lot about the "brewing" process. We took a very informative and interesting tour wi...  more »
  • On a wine tour in the area it was recommended that we try here. Good recommendation! The person manning the "bar" was very knowledgeable about the sake manufacturing process and the ingredients both w...  more »
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  • love the sake! a great brewery that helps you experience the sake process. the tasting room offers a chance to try just about everything they offer. fun though no food available.
  • I had the pleasure to get a tour of the SakéOne facilities. Brian the VP of Sales and Marketing led our tour and gave an excellent tour. We were also joined by Jim and they gave us the history of the operation and told us in detail about each part of the process. There was sake tasting to start out the tour and there were a few other opportunities to try the sake. Their fermentation tanks were impressive and showed how involved the process of making sake is.
  • Sake never tasted so good. A whirlwind of flavors. From strong traditional flavors to lighter sake fare developed for lighter American palates. Taste sampling associates drop by with their locally-distilled sake, dishing up a story for each sip. SakeOne tasting ends with untraditional fruit-infused coconut lemongrass, by request. How was it? You'll just have to go to SakeOne and taste it for yourself.
  • We liked this place a lot. The sake was excellent, varied, and inexpensive compared to what I'm used to. Becky was awesome and did our tasting and then took us on a brewery tour and answered my fifteen-thousand questions. The tour was also not too long (20-25 minutes) which I liked because sometimes tours like that are too long for me.
  • Stopped in to do the tour. Jen was our host had a great time. Ended up joining the club and will be back regularly to pick up our club selections.