Brittany Tyndall

is creating Homemade Mead Making

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I originally created this account to keep up with youtubers who review games and such, because the youtube platform is about to change or so I hear. But I may share videos or articles on our meadmaking journey.
My husband and I have a dream to open a meadery one day, soon or far away, who knows? But we have been making mead for 4 years now for fun, and we give it to friends for christmas and birthdays and things like that. We made our first 5 gallon batches for our own wedding, which worked out very well.
The latest batch we have done, we made the same way we usually do, with 15lbs of honey with 4 gallons of water, a pack of yeast (this time we used an ale yeast instead of wine yeast), and some yeast nutrients. The potential alcohol was 14% when we started it, and we just racked it for the first time last night. It smelled amazing, much sweeter than past attempts, so I am very excited.
If and when we get closer to openeing our own meadery, we may open a gofundme account to help us cover costs of getting started, and come up with ways to thank our supporters. 
I originally created this account to keep up with youtubers who review games and such, because the youtube platform is about to change or so I hear. But I may share videos or articles on our meadmaking journey.
My husband and I have a dream to open a meadery one day, soon or far away, who knows? But we have been making mead for 4 years now for fun, and we give it to friends for christmas and birthdays and things like that. We made our first 5 gallon batches for our own wedding, which worked out very well.
The latest batch we have done, we made the same way we usually do, with 15lbs of honey with 4 gallons of water, a pack of yeast (this time we used an ale yeast instead of wine yeast), and some yeast nutrients. The potential alcohol was 14% when we started it, and we just racked it for the first time last night. It smelled amazing, much sweeter than past attempts, so I am very excited.
If and when we get closer to openeing our own meadery, we may open a gofundme account to help us cover costs of getting started, and come up with ways to thank our supporters. 

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