This sweet summertime mead, made with mixed berry honey and infused with fresh strawberries, will make you think you're out in the patch eating as you pick, without all the back-breaking labor. Be sure to pick up a bottle for your next summer adventure, as it won't be around for long!
Who doesn't remember eating concord grape jelly and peanut butter sandwiches as a kid (or last week)? Our second Experimental PBJ Sandwich captures that childhood memory and packages it as adults-only alcoholic awesomeness! This has the same strength of flavor as a our earlier strawberry PBJ mead, but lighter in body, made from wildflower honey, Concord grapes and infused with peanuts.
Raisin d'etre is made with amber honey, raisins and cinnamon, then aged in a bourbon barrel. The result is nothing short of an alcoholic oatmeal raisin cookie and surely another great reason to try mead!
Sometimes a mistake turns out to be something special. We fermented some Sweet Devotion to 17% alcohol and aged it in a raspberry stout bourbon barrel for a year. Enjoy this port like version of Sweet Devotion as it's a one time product!
Show your appreciation for all the gingers in your life by imbibing this zesty mead. Carbonated, off-dry and made with mesquite honey and ginger, this mead strikes the perfect balance of refreshing and spicy.
Whether you're a cheeky monkey or just keen on trying unique meads, give this peach pyment made with clover honey & Riesling grapes a try. Crisp, sweet and delicious with an unexpected attitude, you'll find yourself sipping it on the patio, making slushies for your guests, or adding it to your smoothie, and feeling pretty peachy keen in the process.
A bochet is made by fermenting burnt honey, which tastes much better than it sounds. Our version, made with buckwheat and clover honey, has been described as reminiscent of cigar ash ("but in a good way"), coffee, rum, and even figgy (as in the pudding). Never fear, you won't have to sing to get your own, be it a jiggerful or more.
A lawn chair is recommended but not required for savoring the brightness of this carbonated lemon-lavender mead. Starting with wildflower honey, lemon juice, and whole lemons, we add green tea and lavender for a taste that's as complex as it is refreshing.
This wintertime mead, made with clover honey, local maple syrup, vanilla, cinnamon & nutmeg, is one of our sweetest to date. Whether you serve it piping hot, over ice cream, or mixed with your favorite bourbon, be sure to make Maple Tap a staple of your winter-entertaining menu.
Starting with a blend of clover honey and buckwheat honey fermented to semi-sweetness, we infuse vanilla beans and a potent dose of coffee beans to create a uniquely delicious mead that can be enjoyed with rich desserts, at the end of a long day, or even with breakfast.
Named after the former Robert H. Newell Shirt Factory in which 810 Meadworks is located, this tart and semi-sweet mead starts with wildflower honey, pomegranates and oak, and pairs well with your favorite fish or poultry dinner.