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This Tiny Island Is Still Making Mead the Medieval Way

Lindisfarne Mead, produced on the island since the 1960s.

August 25, 2016 By Luke Slater Munchies_ Food by VICE Mention the Holy Island of Lindisfarne and a few things come to mind: the Viking raiders in 793 AD, the gospels, and a precarious causeway crossing. But this tidal island, situated a mile off the north Northumberland coast, has also become renowned for the production of one of the oldest ...

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