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  1. #1
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    Default Q: Pumpkin Pie Mead

    I was curious if anyone has a recipe for a pumpkin pie mead?

    I've got a traditional orange blossom mead and black/blueberrry cyser cooking. I'd like to start a pumpkin that will be ready for Christmas. 9 months? That might be a little short.

    Thoughts?

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    Default Re: Q: Pumpkin Pie Mead

    No, but I have one for a pumpkin porter if you're interested. It cellars well. Everyone I drink is better than the last. Hope I don't run out! lol
    Regards, Barry

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    Default Re: Q: Pumpkin Pie Mead

    I've never learned enough about beers to know what I like. (lol)

    I don't like really hoppy beers. How is this one?

  4. #4
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    Default Re: Q: Pumpkin Pie Mead

    More malt presence than hops. It requires baking/pie pumpkins, which are seasonal here. You could use can pumpkin, but I like to use all natural. I could scan the recipe and email it to you if interested. Being a porter, it's a dark beer that is fairly robust.
    Regards, Barry

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    Default Re: Q: Pumpkin Pie Mead

    Quote Originally Posted by KevinR View Post
    I was curious if anyone has a recipe for a pumpkin pie mead?

    I've got a traditional orange blossom mead and black/blueberrry cyser cooking. I'd like to start a pumpkin that will be ready for Christmas. 9 months? That might be a little short.

    Thoughts?
    Kevin,
    Go to stormthecastle.com and check out his recipe section. Will is a wealth of mead making knowledge and is eager to share. He has a great pumpkin mead recipe that can easily be tweeked. I've made it several times, playing with the spices that I like. Just adding traditional pumpkin pie spices makes a delicious mead. Hope this helps. BTW, try his easy Orange Clove mead, it's killer!
    Beeman
    All things may be lawful; but not all things are advantagous.

  6. #6
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    Default Re: Q: Pumpkin Pie Mead

    Thanks for the advice. Gotmead looks to be another website.

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