Several friends sitting around a table talking home mead making. Sharing ideas, recipes, methods and more, the focus is on the home mead maker.

The Mead House Episode 73

Steve Wilkes from Steve’s Brew Shop and James Spencer from BasicBrewing Radio join us this episode, also, some discussion on bochets and hops.

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The Mead House Episode 72

Back in the saddle again, the boys are back with guest All Boyce, co-founder of the famed  Minnesota Mash-Out homebrew competition, BJCP Finance Director and judge. The holiday roundup – new & old projects catch-up, and a few upcoming competitions.

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The Mead House Episode 71

Laura Angiotti, an historical mead researcher joins us for a chat on historical meads, check out her website, Mystery of Mead where she goes into detail about re-creating historical meads. What’s on your Christmas wish list? The crew discusses theirs, plus a big thank you to all the guests who have appeared on The Mead House Podcast!

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, we’ll see you when we return on January 9th, 2018!

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The Mead House Episode 70

Ryan is back from his wandering across the country, he spent some time with Carvin Wilson while in Arizona, he’ll give us the rundown on his visit, Mike Simmons from Meridian Hive Meadery in Austin Texas joins us at the table, and we get caught up on a few projects.

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The Mead House Episode 68

Ash Fishbein from Sap House Meadery returns, Mirepoix Mead for the kitchen, Smoked Pete, good enough to occupy a spot on JD’s top shelf bourbon collection, Ash gives the home meadmaker some inspiration to think about. Ryan, Jeff & JD participated in the Texas Meadfest and Hoppy Halloween competitions, and part 1 of modern meadmaking. Be sure and tune in with y our favorite podcast player, subscribe on iTunes & Sticher Radio, as well as right here at The Mead House. Rate us 5 stars while you’re listening!

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