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Harris Meadery of Northeast Florida Breaks Into Market

Harris Meadery of Northeast Florida Breaks Into Market

New Northeast Florida meadery breaks into market by Alexa Epitropoulos Reporter Jacksonville Business Journal John Harris had been making mead for over a decade and home brewing for over two when he first thought about making a business out of it. After winning numerous contests, both local and regional, he decided to look into making a full-time business out of ...

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Alumnus brews mead for the modern age

Charm City Meadworks is brewed and bottled in Baltimore, Maryland. The brewery offers nine varieties of mead ranging in flavors from cinnamon to rosemary and alcohol percentages from 6.9 to 12 percent. The mead is available in bottles, cans and even kegs.

by Maddy Bonnabeaux, Correspondent North Carolina State University The Technician The refreshing drink of the Vikings is creating a buzz, and it’s outside of Renaissance fairs. Mead, one of the oldest drinks in the world, is making a comeback. Coined as the “nectar of the gods,” the fermented drink is created by adding water and yeast to honey. When infused ...

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Mead, The Vikings’ Drink, Returns

Mead, The Vikings’ Drink, Returns

By Janet Patton The Lexington Herald Leader December 25, 2015 Ever wanted to drink like a Viking? Then you’ll need mead. Fortunately for you, Kentucky author Jereme Zimmerman has the book for you: Make Mead Like a Viking: Traditional Techniques for Brewing Natural, Wild-Fermented Honey-based Wines, and Beers. An urban homesteader, Zimmerman makes mead in his home in Berea. He ...

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