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Roger Morse’s contributions to mead

Excellent article on Dr. Roger Morse’s contributions to optimal honey fermentation. His experiments led directly to the formulation of Fermaid K and eventually, Staggered Nutrient Additions (SNA). Today’s meadmakers owe him a huge debt of gratitude. http://gotmead.com/blog/mead-resources/mead-articles/roger-morse-in-review-contributions-to-mead-and-meadmaking/

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Mead

Mead is a fermented alcoholic beverage made of honey, water, and yeast. Meading is the practice of brewing honey. Mead is also known as “honey wine,” even if it is considered a separate and distinct type of alcoholic beverage. Mulled mead … Continue reading

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