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World’s Oldest Alcoholic Beverage Finds Home in Tyngsboro

After fermenting, mead, like wine, is barrel-aged in oaken barrels. Like wine, mead continues to age and mature once bottled. Here, owner Rick Reault shows off some promising future meads as they gently age and add complexity.

 

Yes, they have a variety of mead flavors and ‘styles.’

 

One of the stainless steel mead fermenting tanks at ‘The Colony’ meadery in Tyngsboro.

 

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