hist-brewing: Moon Month names

Dragynphyre dragynphyre at mindspring.com
Fri Dec 31 14:09:46 PST 1999


Interesting.  Seems to me that if you brew during the Wort moon, you can
expect to have a finished product by the Mead moon, which is about 12 moons
later.  Or at least it sounds about right to me.

--Anne Blackhearth
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Subject: hist-brewing: Moon Month names


>     I thought y'all might be interested in the following, from one of my
> other lists.
> Note three consecutive months named for brewing related topics.
>     Scotti
>
> In a message dated 12/30/1999 9:06:35 AM EST, mcarthur at CNRF.NOLA.NAVY.MIL
> writes:
>
> > The Moon in the deepest part of winter is the Wolf Moon.  Next is the
> >  Storm Moon followed in succession by the Chaste Moon, the Seed Moon,
> >  the
> >  Hare Moon, the Dyad Moon, the Mead Moon, the Wort Moon, the Barley
> >  Moon,
> >  the Harvest Moon, the Blood Moon, the Snow Moon and finally the Oak
> >  Moon.
> >   My source is the Campanelli's Wheel of the Year: Living the Magical
> >  Life.
> >
>
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