Interview Questions with Nicole Wolfgang who cofounded Artesano Meadery with her husband Mark Simakaski. Hopefully you can find some inspiration for your future mead endeavors.
The meadist yearly roundup of the best 5 meads reviewed this past year. Many more to come in 2015!
Mark and Nicole Simakaski, founders of Artesano Meadery make some great mead and Ice-cream – well worth the trip to Groton Vermont.
Many believe that mead has close ties to the post-marriage celebration and is the reason we have the term “Honeymoon” to this day.
Are you planning on making your own mead to serve as the toast at your wedding? Here are a few helpful tips I discovered when doing it myself.
With the phenomenal growth in the mead industry over the last several years, the American Mead Makers Association (AMMA) was founded to help guide the industry in the right direction.
Even though the mead industry is growing at an amazing rate – it’s still fairly difficult to find mead in your local liquor store. If you want them to start carrying your favorite mead, make sure you ask for it. In the meantime, here’s a list of places you can find mead for purchase online.
I stumbled upon a new company called Shine Craft Vessels while I was browsing one of my favorite blogs, OhBeautifulBeer.com. I wrote an article on the company and here are a few questions I asked founder Jordan Childs about himself and his company to help me write the article.
A spotlight on Jordan Childs and his start-up Shine Craft Vessel Company and their beautifully designed Wander and Rumble Growler.
Ayele Solomon is no stranger to mead. As a native of Ethiopia, where traditional honey wine called t’ej is ubiquitous. He started the Honey Wine Company to make mead that can make positive change in the environment and people of Ethiopia.