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Queen Bee Brings Mead to the Mile High City

Deborah Lee of Queeb Bee Brews.

by Alex Buis, 303 Magazine August 20 inaugurated Denver’s newest addition to the brewery scene, Queen Bee Brews. Contrary to popular assumption, this brewery doesn’t brew beer at all — they brew mead. Renowned as the Nectar of the Gods, mead has been created naturally since bees populated the earth, with rainwater seeping into beehives fermenting with airborne yeast. The ...

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

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

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 ...

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Colorado: A honey of a brew – Laughing Leprechaun Meadery plans to open early next year in downtown Loveland

Guy McConnell shows off the upstairs space Wednesday where he plans to open the Laughing Leprechaun Meadery in downtown Loveland. (Jenny Sparks / Loveland Reporter-Herald)

Laughing Leprechaun Meadery plans to open early next year in downtown Loveland By Craig Young Reporter-Herald Staff Writer Reporter-Herald News The alcohol content of downtown Loveland continues to rise, with the planned addition of a meadery next year. Loveland resident Guy McConnell has leased a building at 451 N. Railroad Ave. for his Laughing Leprechaun Meadery, which he hopes to ...

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Variety abuzz at Hunters Moon Meadery in Severance

Joshua Polson/jpolson@greeleytribune.com | The Greeley Tribune Kim Bowdish, co-owner of Hunters Moon Meadery, sets out a few of the flavors that she and her husband, Greg Bowdish, have created since they started their meadery in 2010.

by Allison Dyer Bluemel The Greeley Tribune Serving Greeley and Weld County, Colorado Upon visiting a satellite unit off a home in Severance, one can find a variety of 13 different flavors of mead ranging from Palisade Peaches to Kona Coffee. Mead — or honey wine as federal regulations mandate this variety as to its additional ingredients — is the ...

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