Yep, this works fine. Of course you won't want to cut the yeast, or camden down.all you have to do is take a recipe you want and scale it down.
I just got done bottling a small batch of honey mead today. I started the recipe about 2 mths ago and i finally took a taste today, it is really good! Here is a material & ingredients list below, Good Luck!!
Ingredients List to purchase from the Supermarket:
1 Gallon of Spring Water (room temperature, do not get refrigerated)
3 pounds of honey – pure unprocessed
1 bag of balloons big enough to stretch over the mouth of the spring water jug
1 package of Fleishmann’s Yeast
1 box of raisins
About the honey
Clover honey works very well but you can use almost any type of unprocessed honey and the amount of honey you use will determine the sweetness of the mead. If you want to make a dry mead you would use 2 pounds of honey and if you want to make a sweet mead you would use about 3.8 pounds of honey. For simplicity sake we are using 3 pounds of honey which will make us a medium to sweet mead. This is the recipe i used and it turned out great.
You can go to this link and find out more info and the step by step directions:
i would recommend cutting both of them.Yep, this works fine. Of course you won't want to cut the yeast, or camden down.