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  • Location: Ft Wayne, IN
Mead Thu, 04/24/08 10:55 PM (permalink)
Along with my beloved micro brews, I also enjoy a good mead every now and then. There are a few different ones floating around in the PacNW, right now I have a bottle of Honeywood from Oregon in the fridge for this weekend.

Anyone else enjoy this ancient drink ? I have found mead to be somewhat hard to find, there is usually the odd token bottle tucked away in the unclassified wine section.

Anyone know a great mead to recommend ?

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    • Joined: 6/29/2008
    • Location: Phoenix, AZ
    RE: Mead Sat, 07/12/08 12:53 AM (permalink)
    I work with a guy that makes his own mead. I'm not a fan but I've had worse stuff.
      Poverty Pete

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      • Location: Nashville, TN
      RE: Mead Sat, 07/12/08 1:00 AM (permalink)
      Long ago, I judged a homebrew competition in Bisbee, Arizona. The best of show was a rose petal mead. It was the single best alcoholic beverage I've ever judged.

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        • Location: Marietta, GA
        RE: Mead Mon, 07/14/08 7:43 AM (permalink)
        I drank some Mead once. I was water skiing on this lake above Hoover Dam and I fell head first....tasted pretty much like water.

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          • Location: Saratoga Springs, NY
          RE: Mead Mon, 07/14/08 8:49 AM (permalink)
          The Earles produces some of the finest, they are in the Fingerlakes Region.
          Here is their website.


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            • Joined: 10/29/2007
            • Location: St. Clair Shores, MI
            RE: Mead Mon, 07/14/08 9:58 AM (permalink)
            There's a place in Warren, MI called Kuhnhenn Brewing Company ( While they're known primarily for their beers, they make some tasty mead. It's a little sweet for my liking, but it packs a pretty nice punch.

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              RE: Mead Mon, 07/14/08 10:43 AM (permalink)
              I just read a recent article on a local company being the first licensed meadery (State of Michigan).
              They'll be making wine with added fruits:
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