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New Jersey Amends the Alcoholic Beverage Control Act to Address the Manufacture and Sale of Hard Cider and Mead

Mead is a great, if potent, way to use large volumes of honey.

New Jersey Amends the Alcoholic Beverage Control Act to Address the Manufacture and Sale of Hard Cider and Mead – Part 2: Wineries and MABPA. JD Supra Press Release In addition to creating the Cidery and meadery license (see Part 1 for a discussion of the privileges of that license), the recent amendments to the Alcoholic Beverage Control Act (“Act”) ...

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Mead is no Longer Considered Wine in Washington State

Mead is no Longer Considered Wine in Washington State

OLYMPIA, Wash (AP) – Mead can now be sold and refilled in growlers from any place that already offers growlers for beer and cider. Governor Inslee has signed a bill that gives mead its own designation. Under the bill signed Friday, the mead sold in growlers must have an alcohol content equal to or less than 14 percent alcohol by ...

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French Beekeeper Makes His Own Mead in the Paris Catacombs

Audric de Campeau pours a glass of mead in the Paris catacombs with his dog, Filou. Credit: Brice Agnelli for Le Miel de Paris

A French beekeeper makes mead in the Paris catacombs By Emma Jacobs PRI’s The World Deep below Paris is a web of crypts and tunnels, former quarries that were excavated to build some of Paris’s most famous buildings hundreds of years ago. They’re collectively known as the catacombs. And somewhere in that network — the exact location will remain a ...

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Pennsylvania: Winemaker Plans New Meadery

Scott Neeley of Kingview Mead

Man proposes honey of an idea Winemaker plans meadery, more on Moneck By FELICIA A. PETRO Allied News Senior Reporter Alternative wines and eco-tourism are the goal of a Pittsburgh man who recently bought 30 acres in Springfield Township. Scott Neeley talked to township planners on Monday about his dream to sell his mead wines – which he has been ...

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