We present 3 great mead clone recipes from Redstone, Rabbit’s Foot and Wild Blossom meaderies. And, where to send your potential medal-winning meads.
Flowers make nectar. Bees make honey…and homebrewers make mead. Or, at least they can after reading our primer on making the "nectar of the gods." Plus: sweet and semi-sweet mead recipes
How to make a batch of mead, a classic fermented beverage that’s been around – and been enjoyed – for at least six thousand years. With simple recipes, step-by-step instructions and a guide to different kinds of honey, from clover to orange blossom and tupelo.
Raspberries, blackberries, peaches and more: From grocery stores to farmers’ markets, fresh fruit is abundant come summer. So it’s the perfect time to try a melomel, a mead made with honey and
Golden colored, full-bodied, smooth, and rich. An ale to be aged well, saved for special occasions, and even then to be savored slowly.
Mead is, of course, easier to brew than beer, although it takes much longer for it to become drinkable, 13 months in this case.