mead in a glassThe NewBee Guide was written in 2006 by Angus, then a very active member of the GotMead forums, and a new, but avid, meadmaker. Angus developed several recipes that turned out pretty awesome, and the NewBee Guide was his very kind gift to GotMead to help other new meadmakers to learn our wonderful craft.

In 2018, Bray Denard, creator of Bray’s One Month Mead (BOMM), updated the guide to add new knowledge that had been gained since 2006.

I have brought the NewBee Guide over to our new site, and will be making updates, corrections and expansions to it. If you have ideas on how we can make the NewBee Guide better, drop me a line.

— Vicky Rowe

 


INTRODUCTIONCHAPTER 1: WHAT IS MEAD?
CHAPTER 2: HONEYCHAPTER 3: ADDITIONAL INGREDIENTS
CHAPTER 4: EQUIPMENTCHAPTER 5: TERMINOLOGY AND CALCULATIONS
CHAPTER 6: THE BASIC RECIPECHAPTER 7: PLANNING
CHAPTER 8: RECIPE CALCULATIONSCHAPTER 9: YEAST
CHAPTER 10: NUTRIENTS CHAPTER 11: MEAD DAY
CHAPTER 12: SANITATIONCHAPTER 13: PREPARATION AND MIXING
CHAPTER 14: INTO THE FERMENTERCHAPTER 15: AERATION, FERMENTATION AND RACKING
CHAPTER 16: SIPHONINGCHAPTER 17: AGING AND OAK
CHAPTER 18: BOTTLINGCHAPTER 19: TROUBLESHOOTING AND COMMON QUESTIONS
CHAPTER 20: WHAT NEXT?APPENDIX 1: HONEY VARIETALS
APPENDIX 2: TYPES OF MEADAPPENDIX 3: ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT
APPENDIX 4: PLASTICSAPPENDIX 5: INSTRUCTIONS FOR USING THE MEAD CALCULATOR
APPENDIX 6: ABV/BRIX/S.G. CHARTSAPPENDIX 7: CONVERSION TABLES
APPENDIX 8: SAMPLE RECIPEAPPENDIX 9: HOW TO READ A HYDROMETER

 

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