Did you know an egg used to be a common tool to measure the gravity of mead?
Certified Master Beekeeper Grace Mehl walks through what you need to know before starting your home beekeeping adventure.
Hydromel is two Latin words combined to mean water (hydro) and honey (mel). Discover how to make these session-strength meads at home.
Kathy the beekeeper and Andrew the meadmaker combined their skills to create the perfect mead for their son's wedding. Discover the journey of meadmaking from bees to glass!
If you like beer and mead, you're going to love braggot. This hybrid beverage combines the qualities of beer and mead to make an incredible experience for your palate.
In medieval times, bees were kept in hives without an internal frame system, which means the combs were free-hanging. When it was time to extract the honey, an old and trusted meshod of "washing comb" was often times used.
Mead can be as simple as combining water, honey, and yeast, but it doesn't have to stop there. Dive into these 9 mead recipes that incorporate berries!
Take a look through these 7 experimental mead recipes that incorporate various ingredients and processes that break the traditional mead mold.
Cyser is a type of mead focused around the use of apples and cider. Browse through our tried-and-true cyser recipes to find inspiration.
Michael Wilcox was gracious enough to share detailed notes on his best-of-show Ode to Jadwiga mead with Zymurgy. This the full version of the abridged notes that appear in the September/October 2018 issue of Zymurgy magazine, where…
Susan Verberg sets out to accurately translate two medieval mead recipes discovered in Middle English.
Throughout history, beer, mead, and wine have come together to create a number of hybrid beverages that you can make at home.