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Colleen Bos, owner of Bos Meadery, makes meads in a variety of styles — sweet, dry, sparkling and still. PHOTO COURTESY OF PETER DEVAULT
Colleen Bos, owner of Bos Meadery, makes meads in a variety of styles — sweet, dry, sparkling and still. PHOTO COURTESY OF PETER DEVAULT

Wisconsin: Bos Meadery aims to open tasting room in east side art gallery

January 03, 2015 6:00 am • BRYNA GODAR | The Capital Times

Mead lovers and novices alike could soon have a spot to taste the fermented honey beverage while perusing art on Madison’s east side.

Colleen Bos, owner of Bos Meadery, is partnering with Tamarack Studio & Gallery to set up a temporary tasting room on the weekends while she works to expand her space. Both businesses occupy suites at 849 E. Washington Ave. and the partnership will allow both to grow their businesses.

The meadery produces dry and sparkling mead and has so far been distributing to liquor stores and bars throughout the state. Now, customers will be able to taste the mead where it’s produced and tour the site.

“I’m really excited,” Bos said. “If anything, we’ve kind of flown under the radar because we have been a production-only facility.”

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