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The Mead House Episode 49

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The Mead House Episode 48

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The Mead House Episode 47

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The Mead House Episode 46

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The Mead House Episode 45

Let us throw out the honey for you!


The Mead House Episode 44

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Chinook Mead From Episode 43

During episode 43, we tasted and reviewed several meads made by Aaron and JD. The biggest hit of the night was Aaron’s Chinook project. This is a simple mead, lightly hopped, carbed and very exquisite. Here is the recipe directly from the tasting. Co-host Jeff Shouse deserves credit for the initial recipe. Chinook Mead Clean and sanitize all equipment. Bring 1 quart of water to a boil.  Add ¼ oz hops and boil for 20 minutes. 
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The Mead House Episode 43

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The Mead House Episode 42

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Flavored Oak Chips

   As mentioned on episode 41, we talked briefly about an experiment to find out exactly how much flavor is contributed by using oak chips that supposedly come from actual liquor barrels. The directions say to use 2 oz per 5 gallons during secondary fermentation. It also encourages you to taste your product after 5 days to compare the flavor. They recommend soaking the chips in a similar alcohol if they dry out. The 4 ounce
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