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Nectar Creek Honeywine is in a business park on east side of Willamette River off Oregon 34, at 33848 S.E. Eastgate Circle. Scenes around Corvallis, Oregon, Aug. 30, 2014. ( Terry Richard/The Oregonian )
Nectar Creek Honeywine is in a business park on east side of Willamette River off Oregon 34, at 33848 S.E. Eastgate Circle. Scenes around Corvallis, Oregon, Aug. 30, 2014. ( Terry Richard/The Oregonian )

Oregon: Nectar Creek makes honey wine in Corvallis, semi-dry to semi-sweet

By Terry Richard
The Oregonian

The artisanal drink fixation in Oregon goes beyond wine, beer and spirits all the way to bee juice.

That’s what Nectar Creek Honeywine uses to make refreshing bottled drinks in a Corvallis business park: fresh Oregon honey.

Chris Orr, who works at the craft drink maker, says honey wine can be made bone dry to sweet, ranging in alcohol from 4 to 10 percent. The handcrafted drink produces session meads and barrel-aged meads made from quality Northwest ingredients: pure honey, water and yeast.

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