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Laszlo Kovacs, owner of Miracle Stag Meadery, poses for a photo with 5-gallon batches of fermenting mead on Tuesday at his Loveland meadery. (Jenny Sparks / Loveland Reporter-Herald
Laszlo Kovacs, owner of Miracle Stag Meadery, poses for a photo with 5-gallon batches of fermenting mead on Tuesday at his Loveland meadery. (Jenny Sparks / Loveland Reporter-Herald

Colorado – In Loveland’s honor, a sweetheart of a mead

Miracle Stag Meadery releases Loveland-themed honey wine for Valentine’s Day

By Craig Young
Reporter-Herald Staff Writer

LOVELAND, COLORADO — A local entrepreneur counting on the growing popularity of mead has released a Loveland-themed mead in time for Valentine’s Day.

Laszlo Kovacs, owner of Miracle Stag Meadery in Loveland, started selling his honey-wine brews in August 2015 and now has five meads on the market with more varieties on the way.

His products are available in 33 locations in Northern Colorado, most of them liquor stores, he said.

Kovacs’ latest offering is Frigg’s Cherry, which is a honey wine made with organic sweet cherries.

“I’m dedicating it to the Sweetheart City for Valentine’s Day,” he said.

The drink is named for Frigg, a goddess in Norse mythology who was married to Odin. It’s also named after his wife’s great-grandmother, Frieda, a native of Loveland who lived here when cherry orchards dominated the landscape, he said.

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