Happy Thanksgiving. Drink some Mead.
Polish Mead has a fascinating history which dates back to Celtic and Slavic tribes who lived 10 thousand years ago. Miod Pitny is the Polish National beverage made from honey, water, yeast and the addition of natural flavors and/or fruit juices.
Happy Thanksgiving. Drink some Mead.
Everything you need to know about beer, bees and honey Everything you need to know about beer, bees and honey Beer SHARE Kate Bernot , October 20, 2015 / 1 0 First things first: Beers brewed with honey aren’t necessarily sweet. In most cases, brewers use honey as a fermentable— it’s more likely a co…
Meet the ancestor of all alcoholic beverages.
What is Mead?:Mead is a wine whose fermentable ingredients come from honey instead of grapes. It has existed in society for thousands of years. When honey was harder to collect, it was a drink reserved for upper class citizens. Thanks to some really brave people with smoke cans and mesh suits; we ca…
Score one for the bees! A US court on Thursday determined that federal regulators were mistaken in allowing an agricultural chemical company’s pesticide onto the market. The decision reverses the US Environmental Protection Agency’s approval of insecticides that contain sulfoxaflor, which has been s…
You never know what you might find on a Chicago rooftop—a classy lounge, a chill patio, a collection of lawn chairs. But from the Loop to the neighborhoods, there are a few rooftops that are home to a different kind of buzz—the literal buzz of hundreds of thousands of honeybees.
While it's still chilly out, it's time to give this honey wine its due attention. Drinking horns sold separately.
What was once thought to truly be the nectar of the gods, mead is making a powerful return into the hearts and glasses of people across the country and the globe. One of the world’s oldest fermente...
Have a Happy 4th of July.
In an unusual twist, bee keepers saw severe losses during the summer months, which experts say could be a negative indicator for the overall health of bee colonies.
Summer deaths raise concern among entomologists as more than two in five colonies are lost: a ‘loud signal that there’s some bad things happening’
by ARJUN WALIA The human race is really starting to feel the consequences of their actions. One area we are waking up to is the massive amount of pesticide
Mead, a favorite among the evil queens of Westeros.
Happy May 3rd.
A semitruck rolled early this morning, spilling a load of bees worth $92,000 on Interstate 5 at the Interstate 405 interchange near Lynnwood.
A complete waste of time, tbh.
PITTSBORO, N.C. — Mead, that drink of viking saga and medieval verse, is making a comeback. But this ain't your ancestors' honey wine. "It's not just for the Renaissance fair anymore," says Becky Starr, co-owner of Starrlight Mea...
By Joshua M. Bernstein Article, Wine + BeerJune 13, 2013Photos by Séan Alonzo Harris & Marvin Shaouni American Mead Michael Fairbrother was never sweet on his career. As an engineer and later vice president and chief operating officer of software companies, the New Hampshire native’s day job was a d…
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Polish food is fast becoming the food of the moment, particularly as the shadow of communism has faded to allow a democratic and economically stable Poland to flourish. In fact, it's been 25 years since communism fell and, in that time, Poland has tr...
Scientists are dusting off old insect collections in museums in an effort to learn what has happened to bee populations.
Move over cider and beer! A Northwest uprising is making an ancient brew cool again.
Freshman student’s research on phages being touted as breakthrough against American foulbrood, a scourge of beekeepers
Would you eat honey that could send you mad – or even kill you? Jamie Waters picks three kinds of honey that pack a punch
Stanley Stawski's 90th birthday party by TV Polonia (Polish)
Happy 4th of July.
If everything old is new again, then it should come as no surprise that mead—quite possibly the oldest of all fermented beverages—is making a renaissance. Its earliest mentions date back to Plato, Virgil, Beowulf, and tales of Vikings and Norse gods.
Happy Polish Constitution Day.
The 2014 Mazer Cup International mead competition is complete!! We had nearly 700 entries between home and commercial mead entries. Check out our awards cere...
Mazer Cup International 2014
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