hist-brewing: Re: blue mead

Henry Davis henry at henry-davis.com
Thu Jan 11 07:33:02 PST 2001


At 08:18 PM 1/11/01 -0600, Linda Carter wrote:

> > Why it has to be blue and why it has to be mead I think is the personal
> > preference of the friend of the poster.
>
>Why it has to be mead is a preference of the poster, the blue part is my
>friend.
>I asked her why it had to be blue, it isn't for SCA. She wants Romulan ale,
>but I have no clue how to make ale. I am at least a little familiar with the
>process to make mead. So I'd rather make mead.

Well, since they want Romulan Ale, why not break down and use blue food 
coloring? Romulan Ale isn't exactly a historical period brew, so why worry 
about how it gets the color?

Henry



>I must admit to being rather overwhelmed by the responses here.
>I thought I MIGHT get one or two emails, never even crossed my mind I might
>get 20 or 30.
>
>-Linda Carter-
>ICQ#22131799
>lc.otter at home.net
>http://www.crosswinds.net/~lcotter/
>
>"We don't just borrow words; on occasion, English has pursued other
>languages down alleyways to beat them unconscious and rifle their pockets
>for new vocabulary."
>
>-- James D. Nicoll
>
>
>
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