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Blog — Ask The Meadmaker

New Year, New Mead: Old Wayfarer

Posted by Sam Trathen on

This week, we sat down and interviewed Ricky the Meadmaker and CEO Kelly about the second in our New Year, New Mead campaign, taking a look at Old Wayfarer.

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New Year, New Mead: Hop Swarm

Posted by Sam Trathen on

To start off our new year with a bang, we sat down and interviewed Ricky the Meadmaker and CEO Kelly about our very first New Year, New Mead campaign, taking a look at Havoc's own Hop Swarm.

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Rosh Hashanah & Chaos Cyser

Posted by Kelly Klein on

  Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, is right around the corner! While there are many practices associated with Rosh Hashanah, there are two that nearly all Jewish people participate in: Personal Reflection and Feasting. It is at this time of year that we’re asked to reflect on our harvest from the year - literal and figurative - and delight in the year to come. This practice is encapsulated in the ritual of eating apples and honey, the harvest of one year with a reminder of the sweet year to come. Individuals weave many myths, stories, and rituals together to...

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On Lees & Why We Include Them

Posted by Kelly Klein on

(Photo by Antonio R. from our Certified Meadiacs Facebook group) There are two things that all of our meads have in common. The first is obvious, and it’s something we have in common with all other meads on earth: Our primary ingredient is honey.We’ve written about our honey before, but today we’d like to talk about the other thing that all of our meads have in common, and it’s something that makes our meads stand out: All of our meads, whether it’s craft, sour, or Ancient Collection, is packaged on lees. Simply put, lees are the collection of particulate that...

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Ask the Meadmaker – Escape Act

Posted by Groennfell Meadery on

In which Ricky the Meadmaker answers questions about new gadgets at the meadery, miniature barrels, stabilizing dry meads, acerglyn, saving a sour mead, and more!

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