Ricky the Meadmaker pulls out all the stops to make a 100% Kosher-for-Passover Seder menu with all Viking-era ingredients!
Why? Because that's how we do.
Reservations are highly recommended. For more info, visit the Facebook event.
We're excited to announce that we're continuing our partnership with the Isole Dinner Club to bring you another incredible historical meal from Chef Richard Witting!
On April 9th, you're invited to join us for a night of revelry, fine food, and wonderful performances. This is a ticketed event, so head over to the Eventbrite Page right now!
Want more details? Well, here's the event in their own words:
Please join the Isole Dinner Club for the third in our History of Food and English Literature series as we explore the foods of Elizabethan England through the lenses of the great bard himself.
Guests will partake in a three + course historical feast prepared by chef Richard Witting with pairings of contemporaneous beverages curated and narrated by historian Adam Krakowski of Yankee Brewing News.
In addition to the food, drink, and lectures, Jena Necrason and John Nagle from Vermont Shakespeare Festival will be performing scenes and monologues from the works of Shakespeare. (more info at www.vermontshakespeare.org)
The event will take place at Colchester's Mead Hall. If you have any allergies or dietary preferences please contact us so that we can accommodate your needs.
As there are only twenty seats, be sure sign up now if you are interested in this one of a kind dinner.
In which Ricky the Meadmaker answers questions about fermentation odors, bottle bombs, scaling up recipes, Ask the Boss, and more!
We're calling a Snow Day tomorrow (March 15th, 2017) because there's a big storm on the way, and we don't want our beloved meadiacs or staff risking their necks for Nordic Pulled Pork.
If you're stuck at home, you might be wondering what you should do with all this free time. What else? Brew Mead!
It's been a while since we reminded you that mead is insanely simple to make at home. If you've got some honey in your pantry, running water, and yeast of any sort (yes, any sort) today would be a great day to make a mead.
If it's your first time, we recommended reading these articles:
Your First Batch of Mead
How We Brew Everything We Brew
All of Our Secrets
Our Recipe Page
An Argument for Homebrewing Big
And if you're worried that it's too cold to brew today, well, good news! We actually have an article called Too Cold to Brew? No Way!
So, stay safe, stay warm, and happy brewing!
Groennfell Meadery is Vermont’s premier craft meadery. Inspired by Old Norse legends, brewed with extraordinary ingredients, Groennfell’s meads are unlike anything you’ve had before. Crisp, clean, and astoundingly drinkable, the only way to explain any one of Groennfell’s meads is to try one yourself.