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Dan McFeeley

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Hello all --

Wanted to pass on that I had an article published in the Fall 2010 edition of Repast, a quarterly publication of the Culinary Historians of Ann Arbor, Michigan. The article was on English meadmaking in the Medieval period, and just came out. Not only is GotMead.com mentioned, but I used some of the conversations on crafting a Robin Hood mead on the forums as a good lead in for the article.

This is a leading periodical in food-history in North America, GotMead.com continues to move forward!

Also -- B. Nektar meadery is featured in one of the photos accompanying the article. Good advertisement for Brad!

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Dan McFeeley

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Brad Dahlhofer

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Hello all --

Wanted to pass on that I had an article published in the Fall 2010 edition of Repast, a quarterly publication of the Culinary Historians of Ann Arbor, Michigan. The article was on English meadmaking in the Medieval period, and just came out. Not only is GotMead.com mentioned, but I used some of the conversations on crafting a Robin Hood mead on the forums as a good lead in for the article.

This is a leading periodical in food-history in North America, GotMead.com continues to move forward!

Also -- B. Nektar meadery is featured in one of the photos accompanying the article. Good advertisement for Brad!

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Whoa! That's awesome. Thanks! It's great to be appreciated. And free publicity is awesome too.
 
African Bronze Honey - 50% off for GotMead members