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Bos Meadery and Tamarack Studio and Gallery share space in the 800 block of East Washington Avenue.
Bos Meadery and Tamarack Studio and Gallery share space in the 800 block of East Washington Avenue.

Wisconsin: Bos Meadery to open Friday on East Washington

By Lindsay Christians | The Capital Times

After four years of fermenting both her business concept and her product, Colleen Bos will open Madison’s first commercial meadery this week.

After a soft opening this Thursday, a grand opening for the public is set for Friday from 5 to 9 p.m. at 849 E. Washington Ave. Bos Meadery shares space with Tamarack Studio and Gallery, which Steve Walsten and StarLight Tews of Starprintz Studio recently took over from John Riggs.

“It’s beautiful and I think it’s going to be really nice to have rotating arts exhibits,” Bos said. “We thought having the meadery and studio together would allow both of us to expand our audience.”

Many of Bos’s meads, or honey wines, are dry and sparkling, though mead can be sweet and/or still (uncarbonated) as well. The tasting room will feature at least four meads on tap ($6.50/glass) as well as mead by the bottle.

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