Home >> Drinking Mead Saves Bees and Has Some Surprisingly Modern Benefits >> The team at Meadiocrity, (L-R John, Nate, Andrew, and Mark) maintain 150 hives of bees that make honey for their California meads. Photo courtesy of Meadiocrity.
The team at Meadiocrity, (L-R John, Nate, Andrew, and Mark) maintain 150 hives of bees that make honey for their California meads. Photo courtesy of Meadiocrity.

The team at Meadiocrity, (L-R John, Nate, Andrew, and Mark) maintain 150 hives of bees that make honey for their California meads. Photo courtesy of Meadiocrity.

The team at Meadiocrity, (L-R John, Nate, Andrew, and Mark) maintain 150 hives of bees that make honey for their California meads. Photo courtesy of Meadiocrity.

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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.