Made with honey, and dating back to Biblical times, mead was probably the first fermented beverage. More versatile than liquor, wine, or beer, mead can taste like a refreshing summer shandy, a hoppy IPA, a full-bodied Cabernet, or a fine dessert wine.
At 810 Meadworks, we make mead with black currants, pomegranates, cucumbers, coffee beans, ghost chilis, tea leaves, peppercorns, lavender . . . and we’ve just begun to explore the possibilities. If you think you don’t like mead, you probably haven’t found the right one yet!
To see mead in the making, watch this 2 & 1/2-minute video of owner/meadmaker Bryan DeGraw creating a batch of Sweet Devotion:
Or this 2-minute one of Bryan making the pineapple/cucumber Fresh Territory:
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