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  • I've got a bunch of prickly pear fruit in the deep freeze waiting to be made into a melomel at some point, and it seems a shame to have to wait until the plums are finished before starting it...

    Jayme Lynn Blaschke's Gibberish

  • There're too many for eating fresh, so I initially thought I'd try a batch of plum melomel/mead.

    Jayme Lynn Blaschke's Gibberish

  • Next week I'm brewing peach melomel, come hell or high water, and I am "wasting" my time writing now.

    Walt Kelly is dead. Long live Walt Kelly.

  • When I have drunk too much melomel, I imagine that the wheat berries make a noise beyond the crunching on the bran.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • There's also some decent blueberry melomel the 2008 is much better than the 2007.


  • Blueberry melomel: sunlight captured as sugar by blueberry bushes, converted into ethanol by our cousins Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • A few days ago I finished the last strawberry melomel I bottled right before Mary Beth died.


  • I owe you words, I know, lots of words, and a cigar and some melomel.

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  • I love peaches in melomel--brew honey and peaches together, wait a year or so, and you have bottled nectar.


  • There's also melomel: mead brewed with fruit and pyment, which is a half-wine, half-mead combo.

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  • A mead that contains fruit (such as raspberry, blackberry or strawberry) is called a melomel,which was also used as a means of food preservation, keeping summer produce for the winter.

    November 2, 2017