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We are beekeepers in rural Upper Peninsula of Michigan hoping to open a Meadery in the historical church that is our honey house.
We are beekeepers in rural Upper Peninsula of Michigan hoping to open a Meadery in the historical church that is our honey house.
We are beekeepers in rural Upper Peninsula of Michigan hoping to open a Meadery in the historical church that is our honey house.
170 backers pledged $9,676 to help bring this project to life.

Final Inspection Passed!

Passed our final inspection today from the state investigator~let the fermentation bee-gin! Celebrated with a little blueberry melomel and watched the honeybees visiting the first crocus of Spring!!

Bees are buzzing in our overwintered hive near our house~
Don't forget to visit our website and get your e-mail added to our mailing list:  free honey for the 50th name entered!  (at the honey house page) 

http://algomahacreshoney.com/honeyhouse

Lastly, here is a Mead toast for St. Patrick's Day: 

"Friends and relatives, so fond and dear, 'tis our greatest pleasure to have you here. When many years this day has passed, fondest memories will always last. So we drink a cup of Irish mead and ask God's blessing in your hour of need." The guests respond: "On this special day, our wish to you, the goodness of the old, the best of the new. God bless you both who drink this mead, may it always fill your every need."

We will be in touch to let you know about our summer events!
All the best, Melissa, John and the honeybees too~

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    1. edward fisher on March 17, 2012

      Wonderful news, honeyhouse keepers.... Now you really do have the first official mead house in the UP. The bees must be buzzing with excitement given the unusual weather.. Look forward to summer and the market. Best Ed