Brew

Dusk settled heavily as the community brewers brought balance to their concoction – a fusion of water and honey, honoring Lugh at the annual Harvest, for all ages to enjoy. They bottled the sweet treat before the nighttime festivities began as the heat dipped to a comfortable level.

It was a full moon for this year’s bountiful Harvest celebration among family and friends. Though disrupting Midsummer events, the frequent rain brought large and colorful fruits and vegetables.

The brewers gathered the aging bottles as an unnaturally powerful flash appeared near town center. They hastily pursued the commotion.

…somewhen 10 lunar months later following the Beltane growth festival, the brewers gather honey in preparation for this year’s Harvest, while cracking awake last year’s ripened nectar!

Witchwood Historic Brews:

IDContentsBatchABVGCDJBD
Aagingroark13.3%2019-May-142458620
Bemptyepicurian15.1%2020-Aug-282459091
Cemptyold tristram14.4%2021-Apr-182459325
Femptynew tristram14.6%2021-Apr-182459325
H
empty
haefeli12.7%2021-Oct-122459510
K
empty
rocky12.0%2022-Nov-262459912
Lsharingclover13.1%2024-Feb-172460358

ID – Identifier, ABV – Alcohol By Volume, GCD – Gregorian Calendar born-on Date (info), JBD – Julian Born-on Date (info)

Labels marked + have honey added just before cellaring.

Labels marked ×× contain the lees (sediment). Recommend using as a cooking mead.

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