#52 Oeam Makgeolli (외암 생막걸리)

Made by the Songak brewery in Asan City just South of Seoul, Oeam is a fragrant and tangy makgeolli which is slightly thicker than your average bottle. It is a little bitter and sour but not as overpowering as some of the other 충청남도 rice wines out there. It has very little carbonation so make to sure to give it a good shake between pours as it does tend to separate pretty quickly and one of the plus points is that thickness. It is a good drink to have while watching a game of football or after a hike as it is refreshing without making you gulp it down like a cheap lager. Continue reading #52 Oeam Makgeolli (외암 생막걸리)

#24 Wooryung E Ssal Makgeolli (우렁이쌀 막걸리)

Made by the Yangchon Brewery in Nonsan,  Wooryung E Ssal has little to no carbonation which is ideal as after a couple of hours in the refrigerator it begins to separate and needs to be well shaken before drinking. It comes in at a little higher on the ‘luxury’ end of the makgeolli spectrum and has a beautifully designed bottle with it’s easily recognizable red taping covering the lid. It is definitely a rice wine to be drank when you have time to spend as it deserves to be savored and not gulped down like a Jangsu. Continue reading #24 Wooryung E Ssal Makgeolli (우렁이쌀 막걸리)