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The Mead Pub in Center Ossipee will offer beer, cocktails and food ... plus, of course, mead. (COURTESY PHOTO)
The Mead Pub in Center Ossipee will offer beer, cocktails and food ... plus, of course, mead. (COURTESY PHOTO)

Sap House Meadery completes renovations, opens Mead Pub

The Conway Daily Sun
September 8, 2015

OSSIPEE, NHSap House Meadery in Center Ossipee has finished an eight-month renovation project and has opened New Hampshire’s first Mead Pub.

Ash Fischbein and Matt Trahan, co-owners, are serving the world’s oldest fermented beverage either by the glass or in a cocktail, along with craft beers, wines and locally procured edibles at their newly renovated tasting room.

“The concept is essentially a blend of a winery tasting room, a local pub and a tapas bar, all rolled into one. You can come in and try a free tasting flight of the meads we produce here, order a few drinks or grab some cheese boards and tacos,” Fischbein said.

According to Trahan: “We have been crafting and sampling our meads here in Center Ossipee for almost five years. People would come through the door, taste and learn about mead and generally have a great time.

“There always felt like there should be more, though,” he said. “By adding food, cocktails, beer and the ability to serve by the glass, we can offer a more complete experience.”

The menu will ebb and flow with the seasons but will typically focus on small plates and shareable items at a reasonable price, the owners note.

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