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Mead Lover’s Digest #0750 Wed 21 July 1999

Mead Lover's Digest #0750 Wed 21 July 1999   Forum for Discussion of Mead Making and Consuming Dick Dunn, Digest Janitor   Contents: Fermentation t...

Polish Mjod

Polish Meads at Stawski My name is Jordan Liebman. I work for a company that imports mead from Europe, specifically Poland. The reason I am writing...

Recipe to make mead – 1730

From:Geheym der Wynen ontdektofKunst om alle Blaauwe, Rosse, Lange Verwaaydeen andere onzuyvere Wynen, binnen korten tyd,zonder mangel schoon te ma...

The Newbee Guide to Making Mead – Chapter 10: ...

As with any living organism, Yeast have to be fed to survive.  Unfortunately, honey does not have much in the way of nutrients, particularly if it ...

The Newbee Guide to Making Mead – Chapter 13: ...

The three methods for mixing the Must (the Boil method, the Pasteurization method, and the No Heat method) are all accepted and easy to complete, s...

Myths and Legends

They say that myths and legends have their basis in truth. Who knows for sure? But the tales of many cultures around the world are fascinating, and...

Starting a Meadery – The Basics

by Julia Hertz and David Meyers   Hi All out there who want to start a meadery! We applaud and support you. For any type of Meadery no matter the [...

Meadmaking as a Business

by Julia Herz – Mead Consultant / Owner Honeywine.com (additonal contributions by David Myers-Redstone Meadery) Many, many folks often ask, what is...

Rabbit’s Foot Meadery

I met Mike of Rabbit’s Foot online, and have watched him go from being one of us, to having his own meadery. While I haven’t had the pleasure of hi...

White Winter Winery

White Winter Winery was the first commercial mead I’d ever had after Chaucers. Needless to say, I was *extremely* impressed with Kim & Jon’s wa...

Mead: History, Current Technology And Prospects

Kime and Morse' article on Mead has long been considered one of the definitive articles on the history and technology of making mead. Delving not o...

Some Notes About Honey – 1669

submitted by Cindy Renfrow In these quotes from 16th-17th c. English sources, you will see that the best honey was allowed to drip out of the combs...