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9-18-18 We’re headed up to Pennsylvania tonight, to talk with Scott Neeley, head meadmaker at Kingview Meadery.

Scott has been making mead since 2011, and did a lot of work at it, until he began to enter competitions in 2015. He has since picked up a number of medals, and a couple BoS medals. He ended up starting a meadery after visiting a number of meaderies around PA and OH, and as a man of German descent, and a lover of bees, felt it was the right move for him to make.

Scott is adamant about using cold fermenting, and fresh ingredients, having decided not to employ flavorings. Currently, they have 19 meads available, several of which have taken medals in large competitions, including one at the Mazer Cup.

Kingview has a number of meads available via their online site for PA residents, and on Vinoshipper.

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Vicky Rowe has been active as a promoter and supporter of the mead industry since the mid-90's with, and is totally serious about seeing the mead industry take its rightful place as a popular craft beverage on the world recreational drinking stage.

She is also an experienced marketing coach and consultant who has recently decided to focus her marketing expertise exclusively on the craft beverage market to help meaderies, cideries, breweries and distilleries expand their business and get more customers while doing what they love.
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