I work five or six minutes from the meadery and stop in maybe twice a year. As mentioned, it is difficult to find as their suite is not on the street. Once inside, I have always found them to be friendly and enjoy talking about mead. I have found some of their meads to be good, while others are flat-out dreadful. At least by sampling them ahead of time at the meadery, you donít have to pay for a bottle that will ultimately be poured down the drain. Their selection varies from time to time. Sometimes it will be good, while other times not so much. Call ahead to find out when they will be open.
AMBIANCE 1/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 10/15 FOOD N/A VALUE N/A OVERALL 10/20
This place is a bit difficult to find, considering the fact that itís nestled way in the back of an industrial park. The tasting room is a cramped office with a desk and a handful of shelves with bottles of mead on them; itís really more of a "showroom." The owner/head brewer is quite a nice fellow, and heíll converse with you about his product (and give you free tastes of it) as much as you want. At 13 dollars a bottle, itís a bit of a hard sell for you to buy any of it though, especially since itís (sorry) not the greatest of meads. However, they do make a wide variety, and are sure to have something that will cater to your tastes.