Tonight we’re chatting with Ken Schultz, owner of Hidden Legend Winery in Victor, MT. And on Making Mead-Back to Basics, we’re talking BOMM and making good mead fast.
4-19-16 Jon Talkington – Brimming Horn Meadery & Making Good Mead-Back to Basics with AJ, Manny and Ryan
Tonight we talk with Jon Talkington of Brimming Horn Meadery, and dig into hydrometers and ABV/alcohol content, ingredient quality and care and feeding of yeast.
Viking Alchemist Meadery actually happened as sort of a surprise, when Robin’s son said ‘lets start a meadery’, and his wife did the research and found that the craft beverage industry was going nuts. On ‘Making Good Mead – Back to Basics’, we’re talking creating good habits.
3-29-2016 – Tonight we’re tickled to have Bray, the creator of Bray’s One Month Mead (BOMM) on GotMead Live.
I asked Bray to give me some ‘backstory’ on his creation, and his answer was classic: “Mead is crazy good, but takes too long. I’m going to have to science the shit out of this to speed it up!”
The Mazer Cup International was held this past weekend (and AJ and I couldn’t attend, whah!!), and before the largest mead-only competition in the world starts, the American Mead Makers Association holds it’s annual meeting.
In this episode, we’re having ‘double the pleasure’, we have both Blair Housely, owner of Etowah Meadery, a ‘meadery in progress’, and we’re bringing back Frank Golbeck from Golden Coast Meadery, this time to go in-depth on what they’re doing with sour meads.
February 16, 2016 – Today we’re talking with Petar Bakulic (Oskaar), president of the Mazer Cup International Mead competition and Mead Mixer public pour.
Feb 9 – Well, it’s a party on Gotmead Live tonight! Because, Mardi Gras (and Tysen needs his Untappd check-in for Mardi Gras). We’ll be talking mead, meadmaking, and anything else that we find interesting.