Mead Making Workshop Mead Making Workshop
Mead Making Workshop Mead Making Workshop

Mead Making Workshop

$25.00

Join Amber Shehan from Pixie's Pocket as she guides you through the steps it takes to start a small batch of mead, how to know when it is ready to bottle, and the bottling process. This demonstration is great for anyone interested in learning to brew mead

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It is spring, the flowers are blooming, the honey is flowing, and now is an amazing time to brew a gallon of Wildflower Mead and turn the edible herbs, flowers, and fruits of your garden into a bottle of golden sunshine!
 
Join Amber Shehan from Pixie's Pocket as she guides you through the steps it takes to start a small batch of mead, how to know when it is ready to bottle, and the bottling process. This demonstration is great for anyone interested in learning to brew mead, from beginners to advanced. 
 
As we brew a batch of mead together, Amber will go in-depth into the main ingredients to make a simple mead: honey, water, and yeast. We'll also cover yeast nutrients, how to add fruit and herbs to the process, and other things that sound more complex than they are. Don't worry! It's easy. We'll have you brewing in no time!
 
You are invited to bring an edible flower or aromatic herb from your garden if you want to contribute to the mead
 
Bio:
Amber Shehan is the founder of PixiesPocket.com and the author of Artisanal Small-Batch Brewing (publishes June 2019). Often called "Pixie," she can be found outdoors in the garden, rosebushes, and honeysuckle vines, foraging and making friends with the bees and spiders. Amber lives in Alexander, NC with her husband and daughter, a cat, a dog, and a chicken.  https://www.pixiespocket.com

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