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The Celtic Ozark Elderberry

The celtic Ozark elderberry has a long and happy history with the Celtic people of Missouri and Arkansas. It has been used through the years for medicine and alcoholic beverages for some time. The black elderberry has a history that … Continue reading

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Bottling Your Mead

First, you must make sure the mead has stopped fermenting. Mead is such a slow fermenter that it may appear completely done, yet continue to ferment after bottling. This can turn a still mead into a sparkling one; it can … Continue reading

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Making A Must

The honey/water before fermenting is called “must”. You will want to add the honey to hot water in a large pot, but make sure the pot is not on the heat while doing this because the honey will fall to … Continue reading

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