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Dextersmom

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I'm looking to make a very basic mead for my grandfather. He was kind enough to donate his brewing equipment to my cause and the one request was that I make a good batch of mead for him.

Are there any good online resources for learning that also might include a basic recipe?

Thanks for the help as always!
 
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Do the Leap year mead. It's basic. It's gonna be good. And it happens tomorrow.

Also check out www.gotmead.com and this forum has some great resources. I just finished the book THE COMPLETE MEADMAKER. Get it from the Library though, Because it's worth reading, but not owning.

https://www.homebrewtalk.com/showthread.php?t=54281
This is the current Leap Year Thread.

It's Going to Freeken Rock!:rockin:
 

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BigKahuna said:
I just finished the book THE COMPLETE MEADMAKER. Get it from the Library though, Because it's worth reading, but not owning.
I don't agree. Its an EXCELLENT resource. His honey profiles and yeast profiles are worth the price of the book alone.
 
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malkore said:
His honey profiles and yeast profiles are worth the price of the book alone.
Ok.
I was not taking that into account. You are correct, and I will forever think of this when I end up referring to this book for the next 20 years.

Also...Dextersmom...When Malkore speaks...Listen...Even if he is just some dumb Robot that can turn into a car. :rockin:
 
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