There is a common misconception when people hear “have you tried Mead or Honey Wine”.  They think it’s syrupy sweet and tastes like honey.  This notion couldn’t be farther from the truth.  If you like or even better, love white wine, Grey Owl Meadery is going to surprise you.

Mead was reserved for royalty or the wealthy.  Mead making slowed down in Europe because of the arrival of cheaper alternative drinks. Mainly wine and beer and eventually spirits. Honey was rare and expensive because beekeeping methods like we use today were not discovered yet.  Grey Owl Meadery is bringing back the magic with its honey wine collection.  Bringing you the taste of Spring, Summer and caramelized Bochet.

“A drink from the ages that is on point with food trends of today; clean, crisp and delicious.”

Limited supply of our latest mead available September 2017

A limited number of bottles of Grey Owl Meadery's "Medieval Honey Wine" will be released for sale on September 1.  This mead has been crafted in the tradition of medieval monks.  It's made with beeswax and flavoured with spices used in medieval times - cinnamon,...
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Making Apple Cyser

I find that when you are making a cyser apple variety is less important than if you were just making a plain cider. Most of the sugar comes from the honey and you can use that to balance your acidity. Also, flavour from the fermented honey brings a lot to the table.

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The percentage of Canada's Honey that comes from Alberta, mostly canola crop
Grey Owl Meadery Honey comes from mostly natural nectars wild flowers, dandelion, willow, clover, alfalfa.