What exactly is mead?
Mead is an alcoholic beverage made by fermenting honey. Similar to wine in the making process, consistency and alcohol content.
Where do you get your honey?
About half of our wildflower honey is coming from Saw Mill Bee Farm in St. Paul, NC. We also have two honey brokers who help us source true-certified organic honey throughout the country.
Are your products gluten-free?
Yes! All of our meads are gluten-free.
How long will my mead last after opening it?
Once opened, we find our meads usually last at least 2 weeks if stored in your refrigerator.
What temperature should I serve my mead at?
We are typically serving our mead at room temperature to get the most flavor. They are also nice chilled in the summertime at white wine temperatures (50-55 degrees).
Can I bring my dog to the Tasting Room?
We allow dogs at our outdoor seating area.
Do I need a reservation?
Our Tasting Room is first come, first served. We are currently serving sample flights, by the glass and have our bottles to go!
What is a flight?
A flight is a pre-poured tasting of four 2 oz mead samples of your choice.
Do you host tours of the Meadery?
We do! Reservations for our tours can be made here.
What are your current COVID-19 protocols?
We sanitize high touch surfaces, the restroom and our tables in between each guest. All of our staff have completed the Count on Me NC training program.
What states can you ship to?
We use Vinoshipper to ship throughout the United States. All of our shipping information can be found here.
Do you offer curbside pick up?
We do! You can order for curbside pick up here and give us a call at the Tasting Room to bring your order out to your car. Please have your ID ready at pick up. Your ID must match the name on the order.