Mùa craft sake represents the beautiful and natural seasonal ingredients we produce in Vietnam. We brew fresh craft sake with the pride of Vietnam that reflects the rich tradition of rice farming in our country.
Forging Japanese craftsmanship and Vietnamese ingredients, we look to bring craft sake to the next generation. We support younger brewers by create a sake brand with a group of eight brewery workers in the 20s and 30s.
We are aware of the potential impact of our choices as a brand and business. Not just a business focused on profit, we are always thinking of how to maximize the positive effects of our business in the areas of community support, and environmental impact.
“From scratch - overseeing everything from concept and production to the final packaging design in hopes of reaching people of the same generation.”
We are committed to sourcing and creating the best products in Vietnam - a country rich in natural resources and wonderfully deep history.
Our classic is a robust, umami laden sake balanced with crisp acidity and sweetness. Notes of lychee, pear and apple can be found on the nose. On the palate white grape, yogurt and soursop giving a creamy yet zippy finish.
ABV: 14%, SMV: -8%, Acidity: 2.0
INGREDIENTS: Rice, water,yeast, koji
PAIRINGS: Deep fried foods, grilled meats, cheese
Soft and easy to drink. The yeast in this sake gives natural banana undertones that are accentuated by the tropical aroma of guava and enlivened by the citrusy kumquat.
ABV: 12%, SMV: -10%; Acidity: 2.5
INGREDIENTS: Rice, Yeast, Koji, Water, guava (8.3%), kumquat (0.2%)
PAIRINGS: fresh salads, raw fish, oysters
Intense and expressive. The perfumey aroma of passion fruit is paired with a bouquet of citrus courtesy of the cubeb pepper.
ABV: 12%, SMV: -12, Acidity: 1.8
INGREDIENTS: Rice, Yeast, Koji, Water, passion fruit (9.7%), cubeb (0.2%)
PAIRINGS: vanilla ice cream, fruits, white chocolate
MÙA was originally founded to celebrate Vietnamese ingredients, at MÙA sake taproom we playfully explore the commonalities between Vietnamese “nhau" and Japanese izakaya culture.