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Old 05-22-2013, 06:13 PM   #101
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Not a huge update, But I did rack my Cheesemonger's reserve This past weekend. I'll be back sweetening with more grape and pear juice, but it's already pretty nice.


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Old 05-23-2013, 03:42 AM   #102
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http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f45/call...7/#post5216099

Not quite about mead but entertaining nonetheless.


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Old 05-25-2013, 02:28 AM   #103
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Default A Jon Snow Mead Idea

Never tried brewing a mead before, Mostly because I've only brewed two things and only started this year, but I was reading the forum and thought to myself
"This sounds fun"
Has anyone thought about making a peppermint-vodka and pitching it post fermentation for the Mead? The cooling bite of peppermint seems in line with Jon Snow as he has taken the black is in the frosty northlands...(at least as of the last time I watched the show..... NO SPOILERS!!!!! Or I will have to come and viciously beat you about the head and shoulders with a wet noodle!!!!!)
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Old 05-27-2013, 01:44 PM   #104
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good to keep this thread alive! Honreth I like the idea ... but would consider using peppermint leaves in the secondary to be more true to the idea of ingredients that can be found locally or in the wild. Good stuff!
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I just came across this thread and I LIKE it! Right now I have a Blood Orange & Ginger sack mead fermenting away. I think I'll dub it Wolfblood, or maybe Ulvblod.
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Is there still discussions of Trading finished meads; and if Regular members could be involved? I only made a bit over a gallon so trading a 750ml I think would suffice.
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Is there still discussions of Trading finished meads; and if Regular members could be involved? I only made a bit over a gallon so trading a 750ml I think would suffice.
YES. We need to set up an exchange...
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1 gallon
3lbs local wildflower honey
Juice/pulp from raspberry, blackberry, and blueberry
Cuvée or ec-1118 and will halt anywhere between 1.020-1.010
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1 gallon
3lbs local wildflower honey
Juice/pulp from raspberry, blackberry, and blueberry
Cuvée or ec-1118 and will halt anywhere between 1.020-1.010
Calling it: The Wildberry-ling
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Calling it: The Wildberry-ling
Why not just Wildling Berry?


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