Meduseld Meadery opens in Lancaster with multiple varieties of traditional alcoholic drink made with honey
by CHAD UMBLE | Staff Writer
Meduseld Meadery has opened in Lancaster with a variety of versions of the traditional alcoholic drink made from fermented honey.
The meadery, which is housed in part of a former tobacco warehouse at 252 Harrisburg Ave., features six meads. They include one made with maple syrup and ginger, one mixed with cider and another made with espresso beans, vanilla beans, maple and buckwheat.
Most of the mead has around 10 to 13 percent alcohol, although one variety mixed with apple cider is only 5 percent alcohol.
Meduseld Meadery sells flights of mead (multiple samples of mead), offers growler fills and sells mead by the glass and in bottles. It also gives customers the option to drink mead out of a horn.
Meduseld Meadery has seating for about 40 in a hall-like space that includes some longer tables as well as stools around a bar.
Meadery Profile: Meduseld Meadery