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Tanuki Sake Pop-Up, Melbourne | Concrete Playground Melbourne




Japanese fare might be the traditional match for sake, but this tasting series is approaching the rice wine differently. Taking over Arlechin across six nights this February and March, the Tanuki Sake Pop-Up will see the Melbourne Sake crew team up with Italian favourite Grossi, to show punters just how versatile this spirit can be.

Both Grossi alumni themselves, the label’s founders Matt Kingsley Shaw and Quentin Hanley are out to share their passion for sake ahead of the imminent launch of their own debut batch. They’re hosting various sittings for the pop-up on March 5, 6, 12 and 13. Guests can choose between the one-hour Quick Tanuki experience ($45) — enjoying a special menu of sake-optimised snacks from the…

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