When some people look for a beverage to accompany their meal at a fine Japanese restaurant, they automatically turn to the wine list. However, did you know that sake can be even more complex and nuanced than fine wines? Sake is an alcoholic beverage made from fermented rice, and can be served warm or chilled. Though some people think of it as a rice wine, it is actually brewed in a process that is more similar to making beer. The next time you sit down for sushi or a meal at a Japanese steakhouse, turn to sake for a truly unique and flavorful beverage option to complement your cuisine. Take a look at this infographic from House of Genji to find out more about the basics of sake, including the different types. Please share with your friends, family, and other food enthusiasts. Kanpai!