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Missouri – Celebrate May Day at Leaky Roof Meadery

Missouri: Mead, beer fest at Leaky Roof Meadery in Buffalo on Saturday, April 30

By Juliana Goodwin, For the News-Leader Get ready to sample mead and beer during the Leaky Roof Meadery’s first May Day celebration. Katie Rock, event coordinator, said a variety of meaderies and breweries will be represented during the spring festival, which includes a bike show, live music and food concessions. “What we’ve encountered in the market is when people taste ...

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Missouri Business Spotlight: Mad about Mead

Todd Rock serves as head mead maker of Leaky Roof Meadery LLC.

2-year-old Leaky Roof Meadery expands to four states after long road to Buffalo Geoff Pickle, Web Editor 12/7/2015 2:15 PM Springfield Business Journal It’s a bit ironic that a company named after the Kansas City, Clinton and Springfield Railway made its way to Buffalo. While the Leaky Roof Railway never did roll through the city 40 miles northeast of Springfield, ...

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Missouri: Columbia to host first mead festival

Missouri: Columbia to host first mead festival

By Katie Pohlman The Columbia Daily Tribune Tuesday, December 1, 2015 at 2:00 pm A festival dedicated to drinking an alcoholic beverage that has been around for thousands of years is coming to Columbia. Raise your horns of mead and cheer. Columbia’s first Mead Festival on Dec. 5 will explore this ancient form of alcohol that is regaining popularity in ...

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Southwest Missouri brewer turns tap on ancient drink

Jhett Collins, one of the founders, pours a sample of mead. Their sampler is meant to be an educational tool to learn about the beverage. - Globe | Juliana Goodwin

By Juliana Goodwin The Joplin Globe February 6, 2015 BUFFALO, Mo. — I tasted mead in Europe once, and it was sickeningly sweet; the mead at The Leaky Roof Meadery in Buffalo is nothing like that. Tucked away just off U.S. 65, it is the state’s only dedicated meadery — meaning it doesn’t make anything else. Mead is one of ...

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