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Rice wine is often served warm, but Wetlands Sake is meant to be chilled. The company sells 8-ounce cans filtered and unfiltered varieties, plus ounce 0. Wallis and Beard knew from the start that they wanted to use Louisiana rice. But Louisiana farmers new orleans wine bar medium- and long-grain rice, and pearl-shaped short-grain varieties are better for sake according to the AgCenter. Dustin Harrell, resident coordinator of the Rice Research Station and former LSU AgCenter rice specialist, said Beard and Wallis new orleans wine bar him two-and-a-half years ago about growing rice for sake, but he wasn't sure the station had a variety that would work for them. Then he remembered one developed in for a Louisiana company that had been milling short-grain rice from California to sell in Puerto Rico.
The AgCenter grew a test crop of that variety, called Pirogue. It brewed up erin mcinnis fine. Rick Zaunbrecher, the station's foundation seed manager, said he grew 14 acres of rice for the company last year, and planted 31 acres in April. Pirogue is currently being processed at a sake mill in Minnesota. However, Harrell said the station has a new mill which will eventually be able to handle short-grain rice. Unlike wine, sake has no preservatives or sulfites. Rice, water, yeast and spores from a mold called koji, used for fermentation, are the only ingredients.
Wallis and Beard plan to open a tasting room later this year at bsr brewery in the Warehouse District. Currently, Wetlands Sake is sold in New Orleans-area stores, bars and restaurants. Beard and Wallis said they have national plans, which would create a market for Louisiana farmers who want to plant Pirogue.
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