Sunday, May 2, 2010
Pesach Mead, the Ezzie way (Follow Up)
On Sunday, March 14, 2010, I wrote about making Pesach Mead, a honey alcoholic beverage that is a good substitute for beer during Pesach (Passover). http://brewmaven.blogspot.com/2010/03/pesach-mead-ezzie-way.html
The "beer" wasn't fully carbonated in time for Pesach, but it was still very drinkable. We have been enjoying it and sharing it with neighbors and friends. We have some of it left...but bottles of it go quickly when brought out. Recently we were visiting some neighbors who own a beer distribution store here in Pennsylvania. When he tasted the Pesach Mead he immediately claimed the rest of the large bottle for himself. We did have to warn him that this stuff is 8.7%. Since we were sitting at HIS house he didn't care, he didn't have to drive! LOL.
Ken, my husband and favorite label designer, did a very good job coming up with a label that represented the history of this mead type beverage.