Beer Style: Metheglin (26A)
Recipe Type: other
Yield: 5 US gallons
I brewed my juniper metheglin last night. This is my fifth mead (in my first year of meading), but there were some lot of firsts.
I tried not to boil the must, for the first time. But then I didn't want to skim the white scum off too quickly, because I was afraid of removing the juniper pulp before it could flavor the mead. So I waited about an hour first. By this time, all the scum had disappeared! and I had nothing to skim.
Source: Jacob Galley