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Wassail! In mazers of mead

Robert Gayre of Gayre and Nigg

Wassail! In mazers of mead

an account of mead, metheglin, sack and other ancient liquors, and of the mazer cups out of which they were drunk, with some comment upon the drinking customs of our forebears.

by Robert Gayre of Gayre and Nigg

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Published by Phillimore in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mead

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTP607.M4 G39
    The Physical Object
    Pagination176 p.
    Number of Pages176
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6086424M
    LC Control Number51000367
    OCLC/WorldCa1690358

    There is a Mead book called "Brewing Mead, Wassail! In Mazers of Mead" By Lt. Colonel Robert Gayre & Nigg with Charlie Papazian. Published by Brewers Publications A division of the Association of Brewers. PO Box , Boulder, Colorado USA Tel. () * Fax () It is a two part book, the first part, "Wassail! Interested in Making your own Mead? Here is the book you should get. Love Kindle Books? Will has a new kindle book out. It is a short and no-nonsense guide to making a batch of mead. Easy to follow with pictures of the steps. It will take the mystery out of mead making and have you making it in no time. Also contains links to getting supplies.

      Or, Papazian has collaborated on a book called "Brewing Mead: Wassail! In Mazers of Mead." So you could say "Meadhed on XXX, bottled on YYY" or "Brewed on " I guess. Message. wildaho RateBeer Weekly, a must for understanding new .   The book "Wassail in Mazers of Mead" written by Lt. Colonel Robert Gayre in (and reworked and published later with Charlie Papazian) probably is responsible for the term Mazer being applied to mead makers. The Mazer Cup mead competition probably also is a factor. Historically the term Mazer was never used to describe mead makers.

    Wassail! in Mazers of Mead: the Intriguing History of the Beverage of Kings and Easy, Step-by-step Instructions for Brewing it at Home. Author: Robert Gayre,Robert Gayre of Gayre and Nigg,Charlie Papazian; Publisher: N.A ISBN: N.A Category: Cooking Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW».   You can make a dry or medium mead, instead of a sweet mead, simply by adjusting the amount of honey used. For a dry mead, the honey-to-water ratio should be around pounds per gallon. For a medium mead, the honey-to-water ratio should be around 3 pounds per gallon. The sweet mead has a ratio of around 4 pounds per s: 7.


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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 HomeCited by: 1. This book contains fascinating historical notes on the making of and drinking of mead.

The recipes are historically correct and presented in their original form and language. I drew inspiration to brew meads and metheglyns from the pages of this book/5. Mead, an ancient honey-based brew, is without doubt the most intriguing of all fermentables.

Some brewers say that its dry Champagne or sweet, smooth, fine-wine taste is the best. For centuries, mead has been the drink of European royalty. It is reputed to be a powerful aphrodisiac. Now you have the opportunity to make some yourself and see.2/5(1). Wassail. In Mazers of Mead - An account of mead, metheglin, sack and other ancient liquors, and of the mazer cups out of which they were drunk, with some commentary upon the drinking customs of our forebears by G.

Robert Gayre was published in and it contains a lot of G. Robert Gayre, especially his affection for the Aryans and their noble. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for 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 at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users/5.

Buy a cheap copy of Brewing Mead: Wassail. In Mazers of book by Charles Papazian. 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 Free shipping over $Cited by: 1.

Brewing Mead: Wassail. In Mazers of Mead Paperback – Jan. 26 by Robert Gayre (Author) out of 5 stars 12 ratings. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price New from Used from 4/5(12). Wassail. In Mazers of Mead: an account of mead, metheglin, sack and other ancient liquors, and of the mazer cups out of which they were drunk, with some comment upon the drinking customs of our forebears, Phillimore & Co.

Ltd., London. External links. This book, a reprint of the first () edition, is an interesting account of the history of mead with particular emphasis on its place in British life from ancient times to the 18th century. The meads and related drinks of other European races are also discussed, and there is a short chapter on honey liquors "outside the Aryan world", although the author considers it "doubtful that they Cited by: 1.

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Welsh Folk-Lore - a Collection of the Folk-Tales and Legends of North Wales by Elias Owen Denbighshire. A Brief Guide to Celtic Myths and Legends by Martyn WhittockReviews: 5. Mead (/ m iː d /) is an alcoholic beverage created by fermenting honey with water, sometimes with various fruits, spices, grains, or hops.

The alcoholic content ranges from about % ABV to more than 20%. The defining characteristic of mead is that the majority of the beverage's fermentable sugar is derived from honey. It may be still, carbonated, or naturally sparkling; dry, semi-sweet, or.

Wassail. in mazers of mead: an account of mead, metheglin, sack and other ancient liquors, and of the mazer cups out of which they were drunk, with some comment upon the drinking customs of our forebears / by G.R.

Gayre Phillimore London Australian/Harvard Citation. Gayre of. There are increasingly more books available on meadmaking. Making Mead (Honey Wine) by Roger A. Morse has been around since and is a bit outdated but is where many a home meadmaker found his or her humble g Mead: Wassail.

In Mazers of Mead is basically two books in one with an extensive history of mead by Lt. Col. Robert Gayre followed by step-by-step meadmaking. In terms of books, Gayre's book, "Wassail.

In Mazers of Mead" will give lots history and insight. Buhner's "Sacred and Herbal Healing Beers" gives excellent perspective and can stimulate all sorts of mead ideas.

WASSAIL. In Mazers of Mead, an Account of Mead, Metheglin, Sack and Other Ancient Liquors Phillimore & Co: London, Item # Frontis photo, illustr, xblue cloth, pp with notes, covers lightly rubbed but extremities bumped, hinges loose, end papers spotted, contents toned, in rubbed, edge worn and soiled dust jacket.

FIRST ED, WARMLY INSCRIBED AND SIGNED BY. People who make mead are "Meadmakers" or if you want a medieval name "Methier".

I met Ken Schramm last week at the UC Davis Meadmakers' Short Course. When I asked him to sign my copy of his book, I suggested he write something along the lines of "From one mazer to another".

Wassail. In Mazers of Mead. An Account of Mead, Methelgin, Sack and other Ancient Liquors, and of the Mazer Cups out of which they were drunk, with some Comment upon the Drinking Customs of our Forebears. Gayre, G. Best Homebrewing Books A list dedicated to great references for brewing beer, wine, cider, or mead from scratch Brewing Mead: Wassail!

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Colonel, Gayre & Nigg, with Charlie Papazian, Brewing Mead, Wassail! IN Mazers of Mead, pp.Mead or Cyser based Wassail.

1 gallon cyser (semi-dry) (you may wish to use one and one half gallons if you like mead more than apple) 1 gallon apple juice (cider ok).Christmas Mead for Wassailing. Decem By Molly In diy, drink me, from the bar.

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