Hey Meadist readers! My name is Casey and it’s been about 2 years since I started drinking mead. …Wow, it feels really good to get that off of my chest. As a new contributer for The Meadist, I’ll be posting some articles over the next couple of weeks giving you… Read More →
The Rhapsody is a 6.5% abv blackberry draft mead from Meridian Hive Meadery out of Austin Texas.
The Nursery Crimes strawberry basil mead is a unique combination that makes for a fresh tasting beverage.
If your ginger fan like me you’ll enjoy this refreshing beverage. It drinks very similar to an alcoholic ginger beer, but with a little more complexity.
The Artaic Double IPA with Mosaic Hops and wildflower honey comes from Trillium Brewing Company, a small farmhouse brewery in Boston.
Very nice, spiced mead from Maine Mead Works – perfect to warm you up on a cold winter night.
Kir, is a traditional French cocktail made with white wine and crème de cassis. This is a meadist twist on the simple Kir recipe.
A nice drinkable mead. Nothing earth-shattering, but a good summer session drinker.
A light but strong carbonated mead that really embraces the old norse history.
The King’s Mead from Hidden Legend Winery of Montana appeals to the historical mead drinkers who choose to drink from horns, but not really to me.