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About This SiteLaura Angotti has been brewing for 25 years, focusing on mead and its history. Her current focus is finding, collecting, and disseminating historical information on old brewing practices. Her interest is the period before 1700, focusing on the 14th through 16th centuries.
Tag Archives: Tasting Notes
For 2018, I’ve decided to each week (approximately), present a recipe or source for mead that I do not believe has been widely seen. The focus will be on the raw historical information. With no further ado I offer the … Continue reading
This week I tasted three brews I bottled up this year. The first was a bochet, made using the specific proportions in the 1393 recipe. With a starting gravity of 1.053, that’s a bit under 1.5 pounds per gallon honey. … Continue reading