3-28-17 Weeee’rrrrreeeee BAAAACCCKKK!
Sorry for the long hiatus, folks! A.J., Hamish and I headed out to the AMMA Conference and Mazer Cup a week after the last show, and a week later, A.J. headed home to Canada, and Hamish and I headed to Florida for a week where Hamish and his good friend Bruce hung with Manny, and when my hubby John and I got there 3 days later, we did all sorts of fun stuff in the keys with Hamish and Bruce. Come listen, we have some good stories.
And, we’ll have Bob Slanz, meadmaker, beekeeper and meadster-about-town in New York, and Susan Ruud, meadmaker and owner of Prairie Rose Meadery in North Dakota to give us their home and professional outlooks on the AMMA Conference and Mazer Cup, and to talk mead with us.
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Show links and notes
- The Big Book of Mead Recipes by Rob Ratliff
- The American Meadmakers Association
- The Mazer Cup International 2018
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