Mead is in its own category, it is not wine, beer or a spirit. It is simply, Mead. What is Mead? Fermented honey, the oldest alcoholic libation known to man (and woman). It used to be referred to as “Nectar of the Gods.” The honey is made by bees in Lynnville, Iowa. Light on the tongue and tastes just like honey right from the hive. Liven up your green tea or Stout beer by adding a little Mead.
Optimal Serving Temperature
46° F - 53° F
100% Iowa Honey
Lighter chicken dishes, fruit salads, an ingredient to a vinaigrette dressing or short bread cookies and tea. We have found it mixes deliciously with stout beer to make our signature Mead Stout.
Fresh cheeses like cottage cheese or mascarpone.
Silver - INDY International Wine Competition
Best of Class - INDY International Wine Competition
Gold/Best of Show Nominee - Iowa State Fair"
Double Gold - Tasters Guild International
Silver - Mid American National
Silver - Finger Lakes International
Silver - Los Angeles International
Silver - Indy International
Silver - Iowa State Fair
Silver - Jefferson Cup Invitational
Bronze - Label Winner - Los Angeles International"