Local alcoholic beverages in a number of regions have strong traditional roots. Brewers are starting to sell them in attractive packaging.
Tuak Sagalas, the Dayak specialty./Tempo. tempo : 167536266798
BREWING tuak (liquor) is the daily routine of Katarina Megawati, 28, from the Buluso Rayo community in Sekatak, Bulungan, North Kalimantan. On Friday, September 4, she was concocting tuak in a big vessel in her kitchen. The vessel sat next to a crock filled with pengasi, another local drink made by Katarina. Not only an expert pengasi and arak brewer, Katarina is also well versed in making ciu, another alcoholic beverage. She learned her trade fr
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