Australia is a growing market for Saké, a good sign for the continued spread of this brew.
In a recent edition of the Sydney Morning Herald, there was an article describing how Saké is exploding across Australia. In 2004, Saké exports to Australia were 95 kiloliters and grew to 135 kiloliters in 2008. And as far back as 1996, a Saké brewery, the Sun Masamune, opened in Penrith. They make Saké under the brand "Go-Shu" meaning "Australian Saké."
Read the rest of the article to learn more about the Saké scene in Australia.