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Sonoma County Mead - A permie approach to sustaining a buzz :)

 
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An apple-orchard and bee-friendly honey wine for Sonoma County!

Mead is the original fermented beverage and has been called ‘the ancestor of all fermented drinks’. The ancients drank mead from China to India to Africa to Greece to Rome to Northern Europe to Central America.

We’re honoring ancient methods while developing a modern twist. The result is an innovative version of a pre-historic drink, perfectly suited to the flowers and hives of California. As honey is our main ingredient, we encourage and support the development of bio-diverse bee-friendly habitats, perfectly suited for the apple orchards and other landscapes of Sonoma County. Unlike grape monocultures, we can save the apples, promote bee-friendly habitat, and get our inebriation from our backyard! It’s a win-win-win for the apples, the bees, and the buzz!

Check out our campaign to bring a meadery to Sonoma County
http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/local-live-wild-mead
 
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