A very interesting article by Anne Spiselman of chicagobusiness.com about...
A few days ago it was National Mead Day! If you don’t know what mead is, well, get ready for something sweet. Mead’s (honey wine) most well known by Americans as the fuel behind the berserker rage of marauding Vikings. In reality, Mead is one of the oldest beverages created ...Read More
BY JAMES ASKEW Before the French chemist Louis Pasteur, there were the gods, and the mysterious means of turning honey into wine was seen as a gift from the heavens. Long-ago English speakers, both enamored of and bemused by the act of fermentation, dubbed the process simply “god is good.” ...Read More
By Dan and Krista Stockman Forget everything you think you know about honey wine. Because if you’re like us – or like we were until recently – you think that honey wine is heavy, sweet and simple. A visit to New Day Meadery in Elwood changed our minds, and one ...Read More