Three Ingredients Define It

Honey | Water | Yeast

One of earth’s oldest, most versatile alcoholic drinks ranging from 3% to 20% alcohol by volume. It is brewed from honey and represents an endless possibility of flavour combinations. Naturally gluten free and one of the planets most environmentally sustainable beverages, meads are perfect for sharing around the table or any social event.

Mead Off Round 3

Mead Off Round 3

So you want to get in on the action eh?  In round 3 we went head to head with our local interpretation of a lemon cherry gelato.  At 6.6% and sweet these two competition meads will having you drinking gelato in a mead!
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Mead-Off Round 2

Mead-Off Round 2

In round 2 we went head to head with Ontario grown basil as the main ingredient.  One of us went for a citrus twist and the other a blueberry. 
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Temperature for Serving

Temperature for Serving

Mulled mead anyone?  We always get asked what glass and what temperature. So check out this handy chart we’ve prepared with some of our recommendations on which temperatures work best for which styles.
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Cellaring Mead

Cellaring Mead

Generally cellaring mead is little different than wine with the exception to alcohol strength and style. As our previous post stated, light carbonated meads are not suited to long term storage.
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"The Juice of Bees, not Bacchus, here behold, Which British Bards were wont to quaff of old; The berries of the grape with Furies swell, But in the honeycomb the Graces dwell."