1634 Meadery

1634 Meadery

3 Short Street | Ipswich, MA 01938

(978) 325-6215

http://www.1634meadery.com/

info@1634Meadery.com

Hello, and welcome to the 1634 Meadery! We are a small artisan style honey-wine maker located in picturesque Ipswich, Massachusetts.  We make small scale batches of wine in a manner that helps capture the true honey, fruit and spice tastes and smells of our local ingredients.  Mead is an ancient drink, dating back thousands of years.  It was surplanted by beer, cider and wine over recent history, but is finally making a deserved comback.    Come and join the fun at our tasting room, and sample some of the wonderful delights this special drink can provide!

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