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Date:June 07, 2017

Saké Fest PDX returns to Portland on June 21, 2017

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PORTLAND, Ore. – June 7, 2017 – Over 40 Portland chefs and International saké producers will gather and share on Wednesday, June 21, 2017 during Saké Fest PDX at the Oregon Convention Center. More than a drink served with Japanese food or quaffed in a cocktail, saké is an unexpected gourmet addition to the table – as versatile as wine or beer.

“Attendees can choose from over 150 micro-brewed, premium and rare saké and learn how to pair it with any type of food from some of our best local chefs,” said Marcus V. Pakiser, Saké Fest PDX spokesperson and internationally renowned Saké Samurai.

Discover the versatility of saké and learn to pair it with any food like a pro: Similar in profile to wine, saké is valued for its fragrance, impact, sweet or dry finish, acidity, presence and complexity.

When: Wednesday, June 21, 2017, 5:30 – 9 PM

Enjoy Early Admission at 5:30 PM (limited number of tickets for sale)

Where: Oregon Convention Center, 777 NE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Portland, OR 97232

Tickets: All attendees receive a free souvenir tasting glass courtesy of SakéOne. Early Admission: $75 per person in advance online only. Regular Admission: $55 per person in advance online and a limited number of tickets may be available at the door. Adults 21+ only with proper ID. No ticketing fees, ever.

Discount Ticket Purchases: Early and Regular Admission- Groups of 8 or more receive $10 discount per ticket in advance online only.

Visit the website to purchase tickets and learn more: www.SakeFestPDX.com

Like Saké Fest PDX on Facebook: www.facebook.com/SakeFestPDX

Follow Saké Fest PDX on Twitter: https://twitter.com/sakefestpdx @sakefestpdx

Follow Saké Fest PDX on Instagram: https://instagram.com/sakefestpdx #sakefestpdx

Saké is a drink made from rice that originated in China approximately 5,000 years ago. It came to Japan around the 3rd century AD where it has been constantly enhanced and refined. Saké, as it is known today, originated at the beginning of the 20th century with the advent of modern brewing and bottling techniques.

Food provided by (list complete as of 6-6-17)

Ajinomoto Windsor

Bamboo Grove Hawaiian Grille

Bamboo Sushi

Behind the Museum Café

biwa

Burnside Brewing Co.

JFC International

MIHO Izakaya

Noraneko

Parasol Bar

Saucebox

SHO Japanese Restaurant

Shurky Jurky

The American Local

Uwajimaya – Beaverton

Whole Foods Market – Pearl District

Yakuza Lounge

Zilla Saké House

Saké and other beverages provided by (list complete as of 6-6-17)

Asahi Breweries USA

Blue Current Brewery (Kittery, Maine)

Bull Run Distillery

Burnside Brewing Co.

Choya USA

Craft Imports – Coedo Japanese Beer

ENTER.Saké

Hakushika Saké

Hakutsuru Sake

Japan Prestige International

JFC International

Joto Saké c/o Kobrand Wine and Spirits

Kuramoto US

Moonstone – Oregon Craft Saké

Momokawa Saké

Niigata Sake Selections

Ozeki Sake

Pacific International Liquor (PIL)

Sake Story

SakéOne (Forest Grove, Oregon)

Sapporo Premium Beer

Takara Sake USA Inc.

Terlato Wines / Shimizu-No-Mai

The Floating World

Tokiwa Imports

TYKU / Davos Brands

Vine Connections

About Saké Fest PDX

Saké Fest PDX was created by David Wagner & Ed Markus, owners of Event Navigators, a national event production company specializing in fundraising events for non-profit organizations and higher education institutions. Saké Fest PDX’s mission is to educate all consumers about the versatility of pairing saké with virtually any style cuisine – from cheeses to chocolates and everything in between – even pizza and pulled pork! Event Navigators, LLC is based in Gladwyne, PA – non-profit event production specialists for over 22 years –SakéFestPDX@eventnavigators.com – 610.649.6330

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