The difference is the honey! A stop motion animation showing two different honeys side by side and how the fermented brew looks
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Alcohol Free Mead Recipe
This is a non-alcohol mead recipe that is ready to drink the same day you make it. There is no yeast or fermentation involved. While I haven't tried this recipe yet it looks pretty good. And is real easy to make. If you give it a try send me an email and let me know how it tastes.
The Basic Recipe Ingredients:
If you want to make about One gallon of this mead here are the volumes:
If this is a little too exacting you simple use the cup method! two cups of apple juice, four cups of honey and six cups of water. Gives you 96 ounces or about three-quarters of a gallon.
Mix these ingredients in a pan and bring it slowly to a boil then let it simmer for about half an hour. After it cools you strain it into a container and refrigerate it just before serving it.
I got this recipe from this blog here thanks! And the author has some great suggestions for spicing up the mead (These spices also work well for traditional mead) Here are her suggestions:
-Add cloves, cinnamon, or orange slices for a spicier mead
- Add Ginger and Herbs for a soothing tonic
- Add mint to make it a lively social cocktail
Here is another non-Alcohol Mead Recipe
This is an interesting Mead recipe that you can drink the same day you make it. If you never tasted mead and you are anxious to try you might want to give this recipe a shot. It was submitted by Shawn E. and he found the recipe in the book: "Wicca: A Guide for the Solitary Practicioner" written by Scott Cunningham.