As Adam will tell you below he has been on me about starting a Meadery for a few years now. I first started brewing beer back in college after one of my friends came back from summer break in California and found out that people there were brewing their own beer. After some quick work with a slide rule and abacus we realized that we could drink much more economically under the "Brew Your Own" model. Fortunately, I am pretty Type A so I went from brewing for bulk to brewing for quality pretty quickly. It was not long before I was trying other styles of beverages and I produced my first Mead over Christmas break 1990. Since then I have been brewing Mead on a regular basis. I think what I like most about Mead is its uniqueness as a beverage. It's not a Wine. It's not a Beer. IT's MEAD! - and I love to tell its story and to share my passion with family and friends, especially the friends I have not yet met. Outside of the Meadery I have two wonderful daughters – one of whom wants to work at the Meadery. (When she's older and I told her she has to interview with Adam) I also have two dogs – a Black Lab (Alex) and a Somekindamix (Lizzy). Thank you all for all your support and I hope that you all really enjoy our Mead.
Becky joined up with Wandering Bard Meadery following two successful years of operation and growth. She has since continued to grow the Wandering Bard footprint and has successfully built strong relationships. If you are interested in carrying our meads then Becky is the person to talk to.