New Hampshire’s Sap House Meadery has seen significant growth since their start in 2009, so much that they began a major renovation project to quadruple the size of their meadery, add a new tasting room and an experimental Mead Pub with food, beer, wine, and mead-cocktails.
Sap House worked with local community loan organizations to borrow money to help fund the construction and hire a local contractor to do the work. The contractor turned out to be untrustworthy – with shoddy work and business practices.
Sap House is now in the hole with no contractor, and a roof that is ready to fail come the inevitable New Hampshire snowfall.
They Need Your Help
Sap House Meadery’s dream of being a key pillar in the revitalization of the village of Center Ossipee and building a world-renown meadery is hanging in the balance. The founders, Matt and Ash along with some family help, worked hard and finished what they could of the renovation themselves. But the trusses still need significant work to keep the roof standing through the winter.
Therefore, they launched an indiegogo campaign to raise the necessary funds to keep them going.
Sap House Meadery makes some outstanding mead and have established a great business with a solid mission. Head over to their indiegogo campaign to help support them and keep the good mead flowing. Every little bit helps.
If the altruistic reasons don’t get you to give, maybe the sweet perks will entice you. I personally like the $750 level that gets you your own 3L private reserve barrel to be kept at the Meadery full of mead. You and ONLY you can get a glass of mead poured from that barrel and they will keep it topped off for up to two years.
Share this around and lets help Sap House Meadery reach their goal!