Mead Day

What is Mead?

Perhaps the oldest known fermented beverage, mead is made by combining honey, water and yeast. Sometimes referred to as “honey wine,” mead can range from sweet to very dry, and can be flavored with flowers, fruits, herbs, spices, vegetables or virtually anything you can think of. Mead Day Making mead at home is simple, and if you have equipment to make beer, you should be ready to make a batch of delicious mead!

August 2, 2014

Get in on the Mead Day buzz!

Organized by the American Homebrewers Association (AHA) in 2002, Mead Day was created to increase mead awareness and foster camaraderie among meadmakers.Homebrewers and meadmakers around the world are encouraged to invite friends and family to celebrate Mead Day by making a delicious batch of mead together!

Spread the Joy

What better way to celebrate mead then by brewing a batch with your friends? The AHA has all the resources you need to make mead and teach others the secret of fermenting honey into wine.

Share the Experience

Do you have pictures, videos or stories from Mead Day? Share them on the AHA’s Facebook and Twitter. Tag your posts with #MeadDay.

If you enjoyed Mead Day, join the AHA and participate in our other events!


Questions? Contact Matt Bolling, AHA Events & Membership Coordinator | 303.447.0816 x 184 or 1.888.822.6273 x 184 | matt@brewersassociation.org

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