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New Jersey Amends the Alcoholic Beverage Control Act to Address the Manufacture and Sale of Hard Cider and Mead

Mead is a great, if potent, way to use large volumes of honey.

New Jersey Amends the Alcoholic Beverage Control Act to Address the Manufacture and Sale of Hard Cider and Mead – Part 2: Wineries and MABPA. JD Supra Press Release In addition to creating the Cidery and meadery license (see Part 1 for a discussion of the privileges of that license), the recent amendments to the Alcoholic Beverage Control Act (“Act”) ...

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Meduseld Meadery opens in Lancaster, Pennsylvania with multiple varieties of traditional alcoholic drink made with honey

Meduseld Meadery has opened in Lancaster with a variety of versions of the traditional alcoholic drink made from fermented honey.

Meduseld Meadery opens in Lancaster with multiple varieties of traditional alcoholic drink made with honey by CHAD UMBLE | Staff Writer Lancaster Online Meduseld Meadery has opened in Lancaster with a variety of versions of the traditional alcoholic drink made from fermented honey. The meadery, which is housed in part of a former tobacco warehouse at 252 Harrisburg Ave., features ...

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Oliver Winery of Indiana unveils new look for Camelot Mead honey wine

Camelot Mead

Oliver Winery unveils new look for Camelot Mead honey wine Legacy wine launches with an artistic new label and premium bottle. By Natalie Craig, Products Editor, Packaging World Oliver Winery, Indiana’s oldest and largest winery, will re-release Camelot Mead, a light and refreshing honey wine, in a redesigned, premium 750-mL package. Oliver Winery has made Camelot Mead for more than ...

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Mead is king at Redmond, Washington’s Sky River Meadery

Sky River Meadery

Mead is king at Redmond’s Sky River Aaron Kunkler The Redmond Reporter Sky River Mead and Honey Wine owners and sisters Denice Ingalls and Glenda Downs have been pumping out the good stuff at their meadery in Redmond for the past five years, but their history with honey wine stretches back two decades. Ingalls will have been making mead for ...

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