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Meadist – Mead Movement: Rabbit’s Foot Meadery
Mead is making big moves these days, with more and more commercial meaderies popping up over the globe. To commemorate the movement in the industry, I am making animated gifs that display products, companies, and people instrumental in the contemporary advancement of mead.
CBS Sunday Morning Segment:
SFGAte – Get thee to a Meadery
Rabbit’s Foot currently offers four meads. Its sweet mead is made with jasmine honey and the dry mead is made with raspberry honey, or honey from raspberry blossoms. Rabbit’s Foot also makes Private Reserve Pear Mead, which is made from honey, pears and spices. Each of these is 12 percent to 13 percent alcohol by volume.
Nice article in the Sacramento Bee.
Mead wants a makeover.
“I would like to see mead have what happened to craft beers in the ’90s,” says David Myers, founder of Colorado meadery Redstone. “People would go into a small town and ask, ‘You have any mead around here?’ ”
All About Beer Magazine – Mead: Back from the Dark Ages
Try this experiment: Ask 10 of your friends what mead is. You are likely to find most do not know that mead is honeywine. Even fewer are likely to have tried mead. They might think that it is some sort of grog that used to be concocted during medieval times using beer or grape wine. They may even believe that mead is no longer produced.
All About Beer Magazine – Let Me Call You Honey
No one knows when and where primitive man took his first sip of alcohol. But most likely, it was a mead—a fermented honey beverage—that provided that first sensation of warmth and sense of euphoria.