I've converted a few of his fruit recipes into mead. He's won several medals so I'm sure this would be an interesting interview.I was reading up a bit on jack keller and it seems he also makes mead (don't know how much though). Although even if he just talks about his approach to making wines I'm sure we can learn something for our melomels. I'm sure many of us have taken ideas from his site. I think it would be cool to have him on a show
I too have used Jack Keller's recipes as starting point when using a fruit that gotmead wasn't too familiar with, Vicky and I have already discussed getting him on next session.I've converted a few of his fruit recipes into mead. He's won several medals so I'm sure this would be an interesting interview.
I thought he sounded familiar, that's our very own Gotmeader smertz001! I don't think he's been on Gotmead for a few months now but thank you for the suggestion! We'll see if we can fit him in, Vicky has a boatload of other potential guests on top of the suggestions here
Thanks, Bos Meadery is on our radarHow about Colleen Bos from Bos Meadery.
I would like to hear more in depth info on her step feeding fermentation techniques she uses for her meads.
I know step feeding is used for large ABV meads but she uses step feeding for her "average" abv meads which are done fermenting in 2 weeks.
Great suggestion, we're also trying to get someone from White Labs as well!David Logsdon. Founder of Wyeast and Meadery owner. I've listened to several interesting podcasts with him on BasicBrewingRadio