It all started in the summer of 2005. Dan was encouraged by his Aunt Nancy to head to Denmark for 10 days with his 2 cousins to do some "on the ground research" regarding the family genealogy. He left me back in Massachusetts with infant twin girls just over a year old. He on vacation, me in baby work world. So, he, being the thoughtful husband, brought back for me a ceramic bottle of "Viking Mead." "Viking Mead??" I scratched my head. Very romantic (??). Never heard of mead. He (being testosterone laden) thought it looked cool. I (being full of estrogen) thought it a waste of money (I would have loved a lovely old vine zin at that point being by myself with 2 "busy" babies to look after while he was gone "researching.") So, there it sat on the liquor shelf along with all the other half used weird booze one buys for a specific cocktail you only use once.

Fast forward a year...

"Hey, what is this?" as he dug deep into the pantry. There is was, no worse for wear, a bit dust coated, but "well aged." We opened it, lacking that lovely old vine zin of which I spoke, and poured 2 glasses. We sniffed. We sipped. We were HOOKED. Mead was amazing! It was not the sweet syrupy drink we assumed it was! Delicious. "We can make this!" He said with a smirk. The rest, as they say, is history.

We had always been beer brewers - started that in grad school as a hobby and to save some money. But mead and wine was to follow. Dan tried his hand at all sorts of wine, some good, some okay, some, well, good for cooking. Mead creating soon followed the wine. Neighbors came to sample and give feedback. "This smells like dirty socks." "Wet sponges?" "Nice fruit overtones." These are some of the comments overheard on our deck among or many friends. Dan became the "mad scientist," keeping dutiful log notes about quantities , measurements, temperatures, and fermentation activity. Honey was ordered by the bucketful. Spice racks were gone over and perused and spices chosen. Kids were shooed out of the basement. We waited. We watched the bubbling. We waited some more.  And then we sipped. Pure bliss!  He did it!  The hard work had paid off!

So, now many years down the road, we are ready to share our passion for mead with others. We hope you will come and check us out, come tour the production room, partake in the tasting room, and hopefully support our honey nano-winery!

Always a fan favorite, Blueberry Dreams mead has made a return after months of aging.

This off-dry mead is made with a combination of both locally grown high-bush berries, and Maine sourced "Wild" berries.

Good for a dinner accompaniment or and after dinner delight, you will not be disappointed!  Try a bottle today!

FL1The wait is over!  After 22 months of waiting and work, we have finally released a very special mead.  Made in honer of our good friend Luke P., this mead is made in a style to the first mead that Dan and Luke drank together.   A bit higher in alcohol than our others, but smooth and clean because of the age, this goldenrod honey mead has been aged with both black and white cardamon.  This is a special mead to share with friends as an after dinner treat!

Thanks Luke, for all your support and help with the meadery!

We give 10% discount on a case of 12 or more.  Adjustment will be made when adding wines to your cart.


front23Sep16Our signature cranberry mead has been released!  Get it while you can!!  Because of popular demand, we doubled this years batch!

Made with Carver, MA cranberries, and local wildflower honey, this fruit foward mead is tart and sweet.  Serve with dinner or sip while watching a football game.  Your choice.  This mead has been sitting aging for a year.  Made with fresh dry picked berries.

This took hours of tweaking and tasting to get it right!  But our team is dedicated to making the right stuff!  In fact we will stay up drinking and tasting all night long!  Enjoy!

We are slowly growing! Recently added:

Craft and Cru, Milton, MA

Whistlestop Market, Rockport, MA

Reveler Beverage, Needham, MA


You can buy our meads at the following towns (click on town for more information):

Braintree Newton
Cambridge North Andover
Essex Reading
Gloucestor Rowley
Hamilton Salem
Haverhill/Bradford Somerville
Ashland Stoneham
Belmont Sudbury
Billerica Swamscott
Boston Weymouth
Ipswich Winchestor
Marblehead Woburn

More on the way!  Stay tuned...



Colonial Spirits
87 Great Rd (Rt. 2A)
Acton, MA 01720


Craft Beer Cellar - Amesbury - check out the great selection of craft mead, beer and cider!
19 Main St
Amesbury, MA 01913

Leary's Fine Wine and Spirits
100 Macy St.
Amesbury, MA 01913


Wine Empire
12 West Union St.
Ashland, MA


Turnpike Market
509 Middlesex Turnpike
Billerica, MA 01821
(978) 663-8757


Curtis Liquors
90 Chief Justice Cushing Hwy
Cohasset, MA 02025


Essex Wine Exchange - great new shop on causeway in Essex
91 Main St
Essex, MA


Marcorelle's Wines and Liquors-Great local family business!

30 Central St.
Ipswich, MA 01938

Coastal Green Grocer - Great Local Goods and Fantastic Cheese!

51 Market St.
Ipswich, MA 01938

Ipswich Bottle Shop

188 High St.
Ipswich, MA 01938

Cellar Door - Great Craft Kitchen Store with Beer and Wine!

1 N Main St
Ipswich, MA 01938


Rowley Liquors

144 Newburyport Turnpike
Rowley, MA 01969


Hamilton Community Package Store

45 Bay Rd (Rt. 1A)
Hamilton, MA 01982


Academy Liquors

699 S. Main St.
Haverhill, MA 01835


Salem Liquors (two locations) - Great mead selection!

128 North St.
Salem, MA 01970


125 Canal St.
Salem, MA 01970

Pamplemousse - Gourmet Kitchen Store

185 Essex St.
Salem, MA 01970

The Cheese Shop of Salem - Great people, great cheese!

45 Lafayette St.
Salem, MA 01970


Shubie's Marketplace-You will want to take home dinner!
16 Atlantic Ave.
Marblehead, MA 01945


Ball Square Fine Wines - Experts in everything wine!

716 Broadway
Somerville, MA 02144


Craft Beer Cellar

51 Leonard St
Belmont, MA 02478


Bauer Wine and Spirits - fine wines and expert staff!

330 Newbury Street
Boston, MA 02115


Liquor World

13 White Street
Cambridge, MA

The Boston Public Market - Everything local!

Massachusetts Wineries
100 Hanover St. at Haymarket Station
Boston, MA

Craft Beer Cellar - Fort Point - Just opened and great!

34 Farnsworth St.
Boston, MA 02210

181 Devonshire Street
Boston, MA



Vinum Wine Shop - Everything Local
210 South Main St.
Middleton, MA


Port Fine Wines & Spirits
25 Storey Ave.
Newburyport, MA 01950


Craft Beer Cellar
14 Austin St
Newton, MA 02460


 The Wine Connextion
117 Main Street
North Andover, MA 01845


Cape Ann Liquors
711 Gloucester Crossing
GloucesterMA 01930
(978) 283-841


Sudbury Craft Beers
365 Boston Post Rd
SudburyMA 01930
(978) 261-5797


Vinnin Square Liquors
371 Paridise Rd
Swamscott, MA 01907

Craft Beer Cellar (Coming Soon)


Pamplemousse Kitchenware & Wines
26 Haven St.
Reading, MA 01907

Liquor Junction
1 General Way
Reading, MA 01907


Lukes Liquors
167 Market St, Rockland, MA 02370


Redstone Liquors- Everything Craftbeer, Mead and Whiskey.  I mean EVERYTHING!
115 Main St.
Stoneham, Ma 02180


Craft Beer Cellar - Braintree
28 Commercial Street
Braintree, MA 02184


Curtis Liquors - great selection of meads!
486 Columbian Street
Weymouth, MA 02190


Liquor Junction
632 Main St.
Winchester, MA


Liquor Junction
345 Washington St #16
Woburn, MA 01801