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Jeff Cioletti's tenure in liquid literacy has exposed him to some of the best libations the world has to offer and given him access to the producers and purveyors of such fine refreshments. He combines his love of drink with a passion for travel and one usually involves the other. He served for fourteen years as an editor at Beverage World magazine, including eight years as editor in chief. He's also the author of the books, "The Drinkable Globe," "The Year of Drinking Adventurously" and "Beer FAQ." Jeff is the founder of DrinkableGlobe.com and host of The Drinkable Globe Podcast. He's a frequent contributor to publications including Artisan Spirit Magazine, Beverage Media, BevNet, Beverage Industry, The Takeout, SevenFifty Daily and CraftBeer.com. Additionally, he's certified as an International Kikisake-shi (sake sommelier) by Sake Service Institute International and the winner of four North American Guild of Beer Writers awards.
"If you've always harbored a suspicion that there was more to
sake than the bottles gathering dust on store shelves or what was
served to you at a cut-rate restaurant, you're right. Thankfully
Jeff Cioletti is here to explain what goes into this hearty and
happily complex drink. From the traditional processes to how you
can best enjoy each sip, Cioletti, an internationally recognized
drinks authority is here to guide you." -John Holl, author of
Drink Beer, Think Beer: Getting to the Bottom of Every
"With SakePedia, Jeff Cioletti distills his deep sake
knowledge into a scrutable guide that even newbies will find
accessible and upretentious. Referencing geography, agriculture,
and history, SakePedia equips readers for their own journey into
sake's varied flavors." -Kate Bernot, The Takeout
"Jeff Cioletti does justice to sake's long history in Japan before turning to production methods, tasting notes, and the inside-baseball know-how to keep you in the good graces of the artisanal sake crowd."-Foreword Reviews