Merry Company by Gerard van Honthorst It’s easy to picture the Renaissance as a bunch of white men in Italy drinking pewter cups of mead, sculpting away like their Hellenistic...
This, of course, doesn't explain why mead tastes sweeter - even when fermented dry - than fermented sugar water does. That's when you go down the "variety of reasons" rabbit hole.
This week, we sat down and interviewed Ricky the Meadmaker and CEO Kelly about the second in our New Year, New Mead campaign, taking a look at Old Wayfarer.
Ricky the Meadmaker wants it on record that he can't outrun any bees, even at their normal flight speed of 12 mph, and that is OK by him.