Our Meads

Red Soul

Raspberry and Vanilla mead aged in French Oak Barrels

Blue Soul

Blueberry Mead Fermented with locally sourced Wildflower Honey then aged in American Oak

Blueberry Apple Inception

Blueberry Apple Mead

Black Beak

Black Currant mead fermented with locally sourced Wildflower honey then aged on Geisha coffee and Tahitian vanilla beans

Black No. 1

Blackberry & Black Currant Mead with Wildflower Honey aged in French oak . All primary fermentation with no backsweetening of any kind


Passionfruit, Dragon Fruit & Guava Mead Collaboration with Viking Artisan Ales

Slow Heavy Jam

A fan favorite from our pre-commercial days, this version has been upgraded in every way we could. Made with an incredible Wildflower honey once again sourced from Sleeping Bear Farms & Concord grape straight from California. This jammy 13% ABV sweet mead has an intense Concord grape flavor that pairs perfectly with the Wildflower honey.


A holiday inspired mead made just in time to be enjoyed with friends , family and any other loved ones. Holiday is a Cherry & Apple mead with Ceylon Cinnamon we sourced straight from Sri Lanka & Madagascar Vanilla Beans with other natural flavor added . At 13% ABV this is a fun mead with a well balanced amount of cherries and apples finished off by cinnamon & touches of vanilla & graham cracker notes.

Star Thistle

This sweet mead was made with locally sourced Star Thistle honey from Sleeping Bear Farms just over the border in Michigan. After fermenting this incredible honey to 14% ABV we aged It on Madagascar vanilla beans. This mead has a silky texture with little alcohol bite. The notes of spice from the honey play perfectly with the vanilla.


One of the draws is that Mead can be almost whatever you want it to be. To say "do you like Mead?" would be like asking "do you like wine?". It can be sweet. It can be dry. It can be in between. It can be fruity. it can be tart. It can be hoppy. It can be still or it can be carbonated. It can be 20% alcohol by volume or as low 6%.

It must be 51% fermented from Honey, and wow, can the type of honey make a difference!

Mead is a Honey-wine, but there is Honey-wine that is not mead. White wine with honey added is not mead, it is a trick.

We've all had bad beer or wine. We've all had good beer or wine we didn't like. Tasting one or two meads that don't enthrall you doesn't mean you don't like mead, it just means you haven't found the style you like yet. Get at it! Explore! Carbonated meads, still meads, fruit meads, herb meads, thick meads, thin meads, refreshing meads, dessert meads...try all the meads!

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