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Old 10-09-2013, 04:06 PM   #1
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Default New meadery opening

Hey guys, Don't want to get all commercial on everyone here so I'll keep it short and simple.

I have been on the forums for a while and am a Lifetime member of HBT. So I am particularly proud to announce on here that I have decided to go pro! Opening New Jersey's first meadery which has made the whole experience even that much more exciting.

Melovino Meadery

Looking forward to taking care of all HBT members upon the opening of the meadery in giving back to the community I have learned so much from.

Open to answering any questions you may have, and if you're interested in more info on the meadery, you can visit our website at http://www.melovino.com


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Old 10-09-2013, 06:28 PM   #2
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Good luck......


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That's great! Good luck
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Congrats and good chance! Being an entrepreneur is hard work but soooooo rewarding.
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Congrats and good chance! Being an entrepreneur is hard work but soooooo rewarding.
I can definitely attest to the hard work! But even so, it has been an exciting ride thus far. Just can't wait to get some mead in these tanks already !


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Can't wait to visit once you guys open up!
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Modern Art right there.
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Best of luck. Being in Philadelphia means I am not that far away.... Hope to buy some of your mead some day.
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I think I herd about you on the brewing networks podcast.

I usually listen to them at work to keep the other voices in my head quiet.


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