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  1. Default An Introduction is in order...

    I am new here, And sense I did not see a place to post this (I really did not look that hard), I thought I would post it here.

    Any ways I am Ryan, but here i will be Caladon of Annon T'yr, or CalOfTyr. Or even Cal.

    I just wanted to introduce myself and say hello
    Mead count- fermenting- Zero, Racked- Zero, Bottled- Zero, Consumed- 3, Bottles Exploded- 1

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    Welcome Im new here as well.Glad to have you.

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    Greetings Cal. What mead are you making first? JAOM I hope
    Don't Panic!

    From Portugal to Poland, on a perpetual pursuit for more honey.....

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    Hello, hopefully you will find some informative reading material here...
    Bees stole my signature file!

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    I am thinking just a regular batch and then work off of that. I have found a lot of stuff that has helped me out so far. I am sure that some issues will continue me up... Being a noob and all..
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    Try the JAOM first. It's easier than falling off a log.


    Sent from my galafreyan transdimensional communicator 100 years from now.
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    Then after you finish drinking that you'll feel like the log fell on you after you fell off.

    I personally have not made one (not the patience or money) but the BOMM (Bray's One Month Mead) is done and ready to drink in one month, like the name says.

    Oh and WELCOME TO GOT MEAD.

    We're friendly, don't bite much, and have had our shots (some of us anyway).

    I landed here after searching around for a few months, they have helped me more than ony other single board, the collective knowledge here is without peer. And the recipes you can find are outstanding. Some of the users and staff are either Mazer Cup winners (or similar), and even have some on the Mazer Cup staff. Good mazing to you! If you have a question ask, the advice is free and golden.
    Mazerotic Encephalopathic Affective Disorder (M.E.A.D.) - Gntlknigt1

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    A little update on me I will be starting the process tonight. Still not srue what I will be making first but I know it will be good. I also have been working on a lable for my stuffs when it s ready to be bottled.
    Mead count- fermenting- Zero, Racked- Zero, Bottled- Zero, Consumed- 3, Bottles Exploded- 1

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