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[VIDEO] Prairie Rose Meadery of North Dakota Wins Gold at the Mazer Cup
[VIDEO] Prairie Rose Meadery of North Dakota Wins Gold at the Mazer Cup

[VIDEO] Prairie Rose Meadery of North Dakota Wins Gold at the Mazer Cup

An Ancient Drink With A New Twist

By Kristi Larson
Valley News Live

It’s something our ancestors drank, and now it’s coming in many flavors in Fargo.

Mead is made from fermented honey, water and adding yeast. Prairie Rose Meadery owners Bob and Susan Ruud say think they have the craft down, and national judges agree.

Their Ginger Mead won Gold at the Mazer Cup International. This year Susan says they’ve entered six meads into the competition, and are excited for the competition in the middle of March.

To learn more about Prairie Rose Meadery check out their page www.prairierosemeadery.com

Link:  An Ancient Drink With A New Twist

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Rob
A novice mead maker, but a huge mead enthusiast! I'm also the owner and Site Administrator of TheMeadery.net and reside in Manchester, New Hampshire.