Brewing Mead: Wassail! in Mazers of Mead : the Intriguing History of the Beverage of Kings and Easy, Step-by-step Instructions for Brewing it at Home
Trace the history and discover the smooth, subtle secrets of mead. Learn how to brew this age-old drink with your basic homebrew equipment and Charlie Papazian's easy-to-follow directions.
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