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I was in the area for Gold Rush Days and decided to stop in since I’ve never tried mead...in fact, none of the four people in my group had tried it before! The employees were super accommodating and knowledgeable, and we tried several of the...More
Our group of 4 was a mix of "experienced" mead connoisseurs, and a couple of us less familiar - but all of us had a great time. Great selections of mead to try, and enjoyed the table games even more after a couple of flights....More
Expand your beverage experience and stop by to sample a flight of mead: honey wine. Choose four from a long list of varied flavors and styles. Then if you like buy a glass or bottle of your favorite and some available snacks and sit and...More
I live in Dahlonega and it was great to see such a unique offering. Meade is wine made from honey instead of grapes. They have a bunch of flavors and have mixed some with hops and other items to change up the texture and flavors....More
driving by-stopped in-super friendly and very clean-delicious mead-many varieties to try-lots of seating and games on tables and tv's to watch sports, etc-well designed and spacious interior-not really familiar with mead but enjoyed the intro-didnt have time this visit but would love to spend more...More
Date of experience: April 2018
Etowah-Meadery, Owner at Etowah Meadery, responded to this reviewResponded 10 April 2018
Thank you for stopping by and trying some of our meads. We constantly try to make the experience a delightful one as well as educational. We look forward to your next visit and thank you for your review and rating!
Mead is honey wine, but they styles made here range between beer and wine. It's a great place they have set up for brewing and tasting it. You can even take some home with you. People who make mead are few and far between, so...More
We tried to sample the mead last fall when we stayed close by. Each time we passed, it was closed. We didn’t know the Meadery wasn’t open yet. I only had time to try one flight, each glass was better than the next. I wanted...More
Date of experience: March 2018
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Etowah-Meadery, Owner at Etowah Meadery, responded to this reviewResponded 24 March 2018
Thank you for your review and we are glad you enjoyed the mead and we were finally able to open!
Never had mead before but loved the many varieties of mead at this location. They have traditional meads in wine bottles and many more on draft, some that resemble hard ciders. The day we were there they had a food truck that served wonderful greek...More