Mead Lover's Digest #69 Sat 16 January 1993
Forum for Discussion of Mead Brewing and Consuming
John Dilley, Digest Coordinator
Date: Fri, 15 Jan 93 11:20:28 PST
From: email@example.com (Mark E Lewis)
Subject: Ideal temps.
I am just starting to make meads, and would like more information on what is
considered the 'ideal' temperature to ferment at. Is it better to 'lager' a
mead, or is somewhere around the standard room temp. better?
I've also read/heard about using various strains of yeast, and would like some
feedback as to which types produce the best results for (subjectively of course)
a 'standard' honey mead. Champagne, wine, ale, lager, other?
Thanks in advance for any info. Replys may be directed to the digest, or
directly to me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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