Rice wine is made in the home a lot of times in cultures where rice wine is popular. It’s often served young, and still carbonated from the fermentation. I’m not sure if we will do that as I like to let things take their time. Being our first fermentation of rice wine, I’d like to let it go to completion and then let it clear. Many of our sources did the same. Most likely we will give this rice wine a few weeks, then remove the rice and let it finish.
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