The crisp brightness of wild-fermented yeast is balanced with the gentle mouthfeel of honey to produce a harmonious and extremely drinkable dry mead as suited to summer sunsets as long winter nights. Nought is fermented for six months before finishing out the year in oak barrels previously used to age red wine. Bottled without filtration, Nought is both eminently traditional and refreshingly singular, standing alone as North America’s most classical mead.

About meadery

New York City's first meadery set in the artist community of Bushwick, Brooklyn. Meads are created from spontaneous fermentation and aged for up to a year.

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What is traditional mead or honeywine?

Mead (honey wine) is the world oldest alcoholic drink and one of the most delicious. There is a strong mead-making tradition in Central Europe with meads from this region regularly winning global awards. It has been highly valued since ancient times and it was the drink of kings and aristocrats. That's why today, it's also an excellent gift. Our Mead Museum in Prague offers you the best Czech and Slovak traditional meads.