Bos Meadery is about to make some big changes over the coming year – expanding into new meads and opening a tasting room. To make that happen, we’re hoping to win a Main Street Small Business Grant from Chase. In order to clear the first hurdle, we need 250 thoughtful people to vote for us. Please consider doing so using this link. It’s free and we would really appreciate your help. Thank you very much.
Come join us at Braise in Milwaukee on Thursday, May 1, 2014 at 6:30 pm. Learn more about aromas and flavors of different varietals of honey in this side-by-side tasting of honeys and meads. Bos Meadery will lead you on a tour of 5 varietals of honey and the mead that is fermented from each one. You will make some amazing discoveries about how mead is made and the flavor impact of these very different kinds of honeys.
Class begins at 6:30 pm at the Braise culinary school where you will receive a complimentary Braise Bite. After class please feel free to stay and dine at Braise! You will receive a $5 gift card redeemable for an appetizer the evening of the class.
Tickets are $40 and are available here: https://braiselocalfood.3dcartstores.com/Thursday-May-1st-Mead-Honey-Tasting_p_2134.html
This is a part of our celebration of Milwaukee Beer Week.
Bos Meadery will be at the Sugar Maple to release Equinox, the latest and greatest mead for the Spring/ Summer season. It’s a delicate blend of clover honey, rosé grape juice and is finished with a graceful note of lavender. In addition to getting an early taste of this limited release, there will be raffles of Bos Meadery merchandise, tap discounts and samples! Find out more details about the event here.
Head Maker Colleen Bos and Yeast Lord Peter DeVault will also be there to talk about the mead making process and answer questions.