The Dwarf Invasion from B Nektar is a mead made with tart Balaton cherries and Styrian Golding hops. Overall, the mead and label are good. A few little misses here and there keep it from being great. But good is good – refreshing and quite drinkable.
The Slice of Life from B Nektar is a gluten-free hard cider with ginger and lemon. And it has both of those ingredients in spades.
The meadist yearly roundup of the best 5 meads reviewed this past year. Many more to come in 2015!
The Necromangocon is a mango & black pepper mead – another inventive and tasty offering from B. Nektar Meadery.
B. Nektar has taken the traditional Arnold Palmer (half lemonade, half iced tea) and “meadified” it. They seem to be having a lot of fun with their recipes, labels and descriptions. This playfulness produces exciting, creative and ultimately delicious results.
Making the jump to mead can be difficult for a lot of seasoned beer lovers. However, the Mead industry is doing great things these days to attract craft beer drinkers. Here’s a list of select meads for those who like IPAs, Pilsners and other beer styles.
While the hop plant has been widely revered by beer drinkers, it is only lately making its way into mead making. Here are four hoppy meads sure to convert those hop-lovin’ beer drinkers to the sweeter side of craft brews.
B. Nektar Orange Blossom Mead is a semi-sweet traditional mead that is a beautiful presentation of the orange blossom honey. It pours light, tastes great, and finishes all too quickly. Time to get another bottle!
Here’s a list of some of the top gluten-free alternatives to beer that are so good you won’t miss your former gluten-laden drink of choice. To your health!
The creative minds behind B. Nektar Meadery and Cigar City Brewing have come together to make a unique braggot that is like nothing else out there.