hist-brewing: ageing mead

Mark Poliner brewmaster411 at yahoo.com
Wed Dec 12 17:55:55 PST 2001


There is no set time for aging mead.   It could be
anywhere from 6 months to over 2 years.  
Unfortunately the best way to judge the age of mead is
to taste it.  
There are too many variables, residual sugar, acid,
oxygen from racking/bottling, etc, etc. to give any
set timeframe.     


--- Richard Ayotte <ftw_999 at hotmail.com> wrote:
> .......Anyone out there got a clue as to how long iI
> should age my black 
> raspberry mead?...It took me way too long to pick
> the berries,with way too 
> many 'skeeter bites, to waste a bottle to see if
> it's ready!
> 
>
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