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Introduction to mead making offered at UC Davis

Introduction to mead making offered at UC Davis

The Napa Valley Register 08-27-2015 California – Brewers and winemakers know that in the world of alcoholic beverages the buzz is all about mead. Explore the rich history of this fascinating fermented beverage from its ancient origins to its recent rebirth in America during the “Beginner’s Introduction to Mead Making,” short course Nov. 13 and 14, hosted by the Honey ...

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Honey Center offers new course on mead making

A honeybee collects pollen from a blossom in an almond orchard. Honey is the essential ingredient in mead, an ancient beverage that’s finding new fans. | Bryan Chan TPN

By Debbie Arrington The Sacramento Bee California – Catch the buzz about mead at a new beginner’s course devoted to this ancient brew. Registration is now available for a two-day course, “Beginner’s Introduction to Mead Making,” to be held Nov. 13 and 14 at the Honey and Pollination Center at the Robert Mondavi Institute for Wine and Food Science, UC ...

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