I feel the need for Mead

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  1. Trlsmn

    Trlsmn
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    I apologize in advance for any posts later this evening! :cool:

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  2. jmh119

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    You had me worried there! I thought you were brewing your own as well as making all that excellent food you tease us with!
     
  3. Trlsmn

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    I used to brew Beer 15 years ago the problem was my alcohol consumption increased proportionately!
     
  4. Unka-Boo

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    Lush.
     
  5. spectra

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    I look at it this way no time to drink beer if you are brewing it:laugh: That is why I would rather just pick up a Keg at Widmer or the Kennedy School:thumbup:
     
  6. Gunner3456

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    What the heck is that?
     
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  8. Silver Fox

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    Nectar of the Gods!

    I first drank mead at one of those Renaissance Fairs... I was dating this German chick at the time and had nothing else better to do on this particular Saturday, anyway I had enjoyed about a bottle and half and left convinced that this was truly the nectar of the Gods.

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  9. twoclones

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    Scandinavians consider Mead, which is made with honey, to be the drink of the Vikings.
     
  10. sbryson21

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    I'm intrigued with this mead you speak of... What's the % on that stuff?
     
  11. Wallygator

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    That looks delicious.
    I have a strawberry sweet mead that I made about 10 months ago in the fridge, It is sooooo tasty.


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