LISTED DRYER TO SWEETER - Choose two to taste!

DevilsFootprint Front 6Apr16   Devil's Footprint ABV 13.1%

A devily delightful sipping mead. Blueberries, raspberry and blackberries locally sourced are fermented with raw local honey to make this dry, tart mead.

 

Liberty - ABV 13.5%

Local clover honey mead aged with Chamomile and Lavender.  A delicious night cap.  Floral, smooth and delightful!  Middle sweetness mead.


 

HOLY MOLE!- ABV 13.5%

 A new mead made with local honey, local jalapenos, cocao nibs and cocoa powder!

A little hot, a little sweet!  Goes down smooth and easy!  Semi-Sweet.

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VVFrontLabel   Viking Victory-  ABV 15.5%

A spiced mead (metheglin) made with bamboo honey. Perfect for sipping while sitting in front of the fireplace! Mulled with Nutmeg, Allspice, Cinnamon and Cloves. Metheglins have been around for literally a millennium!

This is a semi-sweet mead.

FriarLukesFrontFinal   Friar Luke's- ABV 17.0%

Goldenrod honey mead aged for 18 months with both black and white cardamon spice.   Made in style more similar to the first mead Dan ever had, from Denmark.  This is an after dinner sipping mead to enjoy with friends!

Semi-sweet with higher ABV than our average

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SPECIAL RELEASE FOR THE EXPO!

Black Raspberry Chocolate Mead- ABV 14.5%

This mead was made just for this years Chocolate Expo!  A sweet black raspberry mead with chocolate!  A smooth dark chocolate dessert mead.  You just can't go wrong with this one!

 

 

 

A Chocolate Expo!  What a fun time this weekend, January 29th.  10am until 6 pm, with ticketed time slots.

Check our this article in the Boston Globe:

https://www.bostonglobe.com/2023/01/17/lifestyle/chocolate-expo-comes-wilmington/

and buy your tickets here:

https://www.facebook.com/TheChocolateExpo/

We will be bringing some of our best meads for pairing with your favorite chocolate that you find!

Raspberry Delight

Devil's Footprint

Beewitched

And more!

Come join us!

Here is our list of our own and customer supplied cocktail recipe:

THE 1634 BRIGHT AND SUNNY

4 oz Devil’s Footprint mead, chilled
2 oz ginger beer, chilled
1 slice lime, for garnish
1. Fill a highball glass with ice. Pour mead over ice. Top with ginger beer.
2. Garnish with lime.

Optional:  Turn this into a Devil Mule by adding vodka and more lime!

THE 1634 MEADMOSA

Here the traditional mimosa’s orange juice is switched up with Orange Elation mead, made with
orange flower honey. In fact, any fruit mead will work to create a festive cocktail.
4 oz Orange Elation mead, chilled
2 oz Prosecco or Champagne, chilled
1. Pour mead into a chilled Champagne flute.
2. Top with Prosecco or Champagne.

 

1634 PEACH LEMONADE  recipe credit: abbigail hickey , c . k . pearl restaurant, essex, ma

1 sprig fresh lemon balm
1 oz 1634 peach mead
2 oz Kettle One Citroen vodka
1 oz brewed tea
1 oz lemonade
1 lemon wedge, for garnish

1. In a Boston shaker, muddle lemon balm.

2. Fill shaker 2 ⁄ 3 full with ice. Add all liquids; shake.

3. Fill a highball glass with ice. Strain cocktail into glass; garnish with lemon wedge.

 

HONEY SIMPLE SYRUP : 

½ cup local honey, ½ cup water

1. In a small saucepan, combine honey and water. Warm over medium, stirring to dissolve honey.
2. Continue to heat liquid until mixture reduces. Refrigerate in a tightly closed container up to 1 week.

CRANBERRY 75  recipe credit:  abbigail hickey , c . k . pearl restaurant, essex, ma

A “meadified” French 75.
2 oz 1634 cranberry mead
2 oz gin
½ oz freshly squeezed lemon juice
½ oz honey simple syrup (recipe follows)
1 oz Champagne
3 cranberries, for garnish
1. Fill a Boston shaker with ice. Add in mead, gin, lemon juice and honey syrup.
2. Shake and strain into a chilled Champagne glass. Top with Champagne.
3. Garnish with cranberries.

The Back porch CRANEBERRY SIPPER:

Equal parts of our Craneberry mead mixed with a great local vodka, like Ryan and Woods, on ice, splash of soda, lime.  Lots of lime!

1634 Raspberry Lime Rickey:

Equal parts Raspberry Dream mead and spiked (or regular)  lime seltzer with an extra squeeze of lime.

1634 Lambic:

Add one ounce of raspberry or blueberry mead to your favorite chilled wheat beer!

Mead Toddy #1:  Warm Winter’s Knight

4 ounces of homemade dark hot chocolate mixed with 2 ounces of Raspberry Delight mead!  Heaven!  Top with whip cream!

Mead Toddy #2:  The Warm Up

Hot brewed tea of choice (6 ounces) with 2 ounces of any of our traditional meads such as BEEwitched, Wicked Wench, or Orange Elation!

Mead Toddy #3:  Beyond Valhalla :

Add 3 ounces of Viking Victory spiced mead to 3 ounces warmed apple cider or apple juice.  Garnish with lemon twist.

1634 Sangria:  The Crowd Pleaser

1 bottle Strawberry Fields mead with 1 bottle of sparkling wine.  Add sliced apples and / or pears.

*Can substitute any 1634 fruit mead and any in season fruit to change the sangria for the season!

 

1634 Deacon Giles Peachy Mule: credit Jesse Brenneman, Deacon Giles Distillery, Salem Ma

1 Friendship's Bounty Spiced Rum
1 1634 Peaches Point mead
1/2 Lemon Juice

Top up with Ginger Beer

1634 Deacon Giles Raspberry Daiquiri: credit Jesse Brenneman, Deacon Giles Distillery, Salem Ma

1 Liquid Damnation White Rum
1 1634 Raspberry Delight mead
3/4 Lime Juice
1/2 Simple Syrup

1634 Deacon Giles Mead Fashioned: credit Jesse Brenneman, Deacon Giles Distillery, Salem Ma

1.5 Solera Costera Amber Rum
1 1634 Wicked Wench mead
1/4 Honey Simple Syrup

Creations by Erica Yeomans, Aloha Mobile Bartending Services

 

1634 Appletini:                                     1634 Mother Clucking Mule:

In the Orchard Apple Cinnamon mead                    Gooseberry Red Currant mead
Lemon Bitters                                                      Fresh Lime
Dehydrated cinnamon sugar apple slice                 Spicy Ginger Beer
                                                                          Mint garnish

 

1634 Mead-a-rita:                                 1634 Just Peachy

Mooncusser Jalepeno mead                              Peach Vanilla mead
Fresh Sour                                                      Androstora Bitters
Simple Syrup (honey preferred!)                         Soda Water
Hickory Smoked Sea Salt for rim                       Pineapple Wedge garnish
*Can also add a fine tequila!
 

The Covid Victory of 1634 (or 2020) – sent in by a mead fan John LeJeune

3 Parts Viking Victory 1634 Mead  https://www.1634meadery.com/buy-online

1 Part Royal Rose Saffron Simple Syrup  https://royalrosesyrups.com/collections/all/products/saffron-syrup

1 Part Cinzano Sweet Vermouth  https://www.cinzano.com/int/en/vermouth/aperitif-classics/rosso/

 

I Mead Ah Diffusion  Brett Henderson The Poynt

1 oz. 1634 Strawberry Fields Mead (Ipswich)
1 oz. Yellow Chartreuse 
1/2 oz. Bully Boy Vodka
1/2 oz. House Lemon Cordial (see recipe below)
1 wheel of lemon
1. Combine all ingredients in a shaker with ice and shake vigorously. 
2. Strain over a coupe-style glass heaped with freshly crushed ice.
3. Center a straw through the ice to the bottom of the glass. With a squirt bottle pour 1/4 oz. Giffard Cassis through the straw.
4. Garnish with a large sprig of lemon balm.

+ To enjoy with friends, quadruple the recipe, heap a scorpion bowl–style glass with ice, and serve with four straws. A martini glass or a beer goblet is a good alternative if no coupe is available. The recipe will fill an 8- to 10-ounce glass when strained over crushed ice. Henderson says crushing is easy at home with a blender.

House Lemon Cordial

1 c. fresh lemon juice
1 c. Demerara sugar
1/2 c. Limoncello
2 c. warm water

1. Combine ingredients

Mead Cocktails below from Clint Petersen, Ginger, Salem

The Midwinter Warmer:

1½ oz Minuteman
½ oz Viking's Victory
½-¾ oz maple syrup
2 dashes black walnut bitters
Build in a mug and top with boiled water
Garnish with a dehydrated bitter orange island with cloves and a star anise on the island.

Oaken Pride

Build and muddle blackberries, an orange swath,
2 dashes of Angostura bitters,
½ oz maple syrup
add a splash (read: very little) of sparkling water in a tumbler
Add a large ice cube or sphere (or fresh standard sized ice if you don't feel like making those)
Pour 2oz Puritan's Pride Garnish with a sprig of thyme or a small stick of vanilla and some berries.

Tall Black Maple

2 oz B100
1 oz Orange Juice
½ oz maple syrup
Shake with ice and pour into a Collins glass over new ice
Top with sparkling water
Slap the glass with sprigs of thyme and rosemary and garnish with those and a couple violets.

Maine Sea breeze – by Marissa Scarano

2 oz Blueberry Dream mead
2 oz Short Path Gin
4 oz Stirrings Simple lemon drop mix

A New Hot Blonde – by Marissa Scarano

2 oz Stinger lemon ginger mead
2 oz Espolon pure agave
4 oz Agalima margarita mix

Mommy’s Time Out

Equal parts Blueberry Dream mead (or Raspberry Delight mead) and Santa Cruz organic lemonade over ice, top with seltzer or soda water. 

Lemon Berry Fizz:

Equal parts Raspberry Delight mead with lemon seltzer over loads of ice!  Lemon wedge to garnish.

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