View Full Version : My Mead Website

10-13-2006, 03:54 PM
I just bottled my very first batch of mead (a very tasty batch of JAO - thanks Joe!!). In fact, it was my very first attempt at brewing anything. My intent was to try out a batch and see if homebrewing was the hobby for me (BTW, yes it is! Making the JAO was a blast! :D), so I decided to invest very little in the way of "real" homebrewing equipment. I made a website for curious friends and family about my experience:

Jeff Sullivan's Mead Experiment (http://home.comcast.net/~jephsullivan/mead/index.html)

It's mostly written for people who don't know anything about mead or homebrewing, but the GotMead crowd may be interested in how I used a plastic beverage dispencer as a fermentation vessel and made a homemade airlock out of a plastic cup, a pen, and a baby food jar.


So if you're really bored, maybe you can peruse my website and let me know about any inaccuracies or faux pas I made during the process. I am a beginner and I would hate to mislead anyone who stumbled across my site looking for legitimate advice. ;) And thanks to all the forum members who answered questions and gave advice. All the NewBees like me really appreciate it!

10-14-2006, 12:44 AM
Wow, what neat things you do. I'll bet life is fun at Jeph's house! :blob3:

I love Howstuffworks.com

10-14-2006, 11:34 AM

Nice job on the site! No glaring inaccuracies that I spotted, all things considered. This is good introductory information, and it's presented in an easy, nontechnical, do-it-yourself kind of manner.

Good work!