Long before there was wine or beer, there was mead. It was the drink of warriors and philosophers. Aristotle and the ancient Greeks relished it, the Danish soldiers made famous in “Beowulf” drank it with abandon, and in Norse mythology it was believed to be created by the “blood of the wise” — turning its drinkers into poets and scholars. Actually, mead, also known as “honey wine,” is made by fermenting honey and water, and humans have been doing ...

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