“History Never Tasted So Good”

“It all started back in 1995 when Michael, our founder and head mead maker, tried a cyser (apple and honey mead) for the first time.  Since that first sip Michael has developed a passion for, and masterful skill at, making international award winning meads.  Michael Fairbrother started Moonlight Meadery® with a mission to bring ultra premium meads to the market place.  It is more than merely a product or a process, it’s our obsession.

Our meads will be unique and unlike anything you have ever tried – you will find it incredible!   Mead and Ciders are only as good as the quality of their ingredients and the passion of the maker. This is why we use only True Source Certified™ honey, which is traceable back to the hives. We never pasteurize the honey we use, this ensures that the volatile aromatics of the honey are preserved through to the finish.
Since starting production in May of 2010, we have grown beyond our wildest dreams. We hope you will stop by to hear our story and try our meads, and tell your friends.” -Moonlight

Nico will be filling in for Robin, whom is scouring Scandinavia for the perfect pint. Nico will pour four from 5-7pm- don’t miss it!

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“We are a world class meadery and cidery from Londonderry, New Hampshire that specializes in meads, the world’s oldest alcoholic beverage made from honey, as well as hard ciders.  The diversity of our offerings often leave people speechless, while the flavors have them asking for it from their local retailers.  Stop by and try the oldest fermented beverage to find out why “History never tasted so good”™.  Distributed in the United States, Japan, and Australia.”

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