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- DescriptionOnce the drink of choice for Viking marauders and medieval kings, mead is enjoying a renaissance in popularity. The nectar of the gods is easy to make at home using just honey, water and yeast. This practical guidebook will inspire you to take up the craft, with a basic guide to mead-making techniques plus 43 recipes for brewing the world's oldest alcoholic beverage. Making Your Own Mead shows you how to produce an array of tasty mead variations, by blending honey with herbs, spices, fruits, berries, and more. Just because mead is made from honey doesn't mean it has to be sweet. Versatile mead can be dry as a bone or seductively sweet, sparkling or still, fruity or spicy. Discover how to make different types of mead like fruit-flavored melomels, grape-based pyments, spiced metheglins, and apple cysers. You'll also find recipes for mixing up your mead in classic drinks like a honey bishop or a twelfth night wassail.
- Author BiographyBryan Acton was President of the Tunbridge Wells Guild and a member of the Greenhill Wine Guild.Peter Duncan was educated at Perth Academy and Edinburgh University, graduating in 1959 with a first class honor BS in chemistry. He founded the Huron (Canada) Wine Guild, has been a member of both the Canadian and British National Guilds of Judges and used to write a popular weekly column called The Winemaker's Forum for local and national newspapers.
- Author(s)Bryan Acton,Peter Duncan
- PublisherFox Chapel Publishing
- Date of Publication01/07/2013
- FormatPaperback / softback
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintFox Chapel Publishing
- Content Notecolour illustrations
- Weight168 g
- Width146 mm
- Height227 mm
- Spine8 mm
- Format DetailsTrade paperback (US),Sewn
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