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  • For the bulk of the mead, I'd decided to try my hand at cyser, which is a mead/apple cider confection.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • The bad news is that I siphoned off a glass of the apple mead/cyser and... well, it's bland.

    Jayme Lynn Blaschke's Gibberish

  • Jon Hamilton's White Winter Winery in Iron River, Wis., did a bourbon barrel-aged cyser, but that's about as exotic as it gets.

    Not Just For Renaissance Fairs: Mead Producers Triple In 10 Years

  • In 2006, they traveled to Boulder, Colo., and entered their spiced cyser mead made with apples in the International Mead Festival's home mead-maker competition.

    Not Just For Renaissance Fairs: Mead Producers Triple In 10 Years

  • Naturally, since all types of alcohol can be described as "bitter", your concern about whether it's ale, cyser, beer, wine, mead, or even a refreshing singapore sling on a hot summer day is hardly relevant to the significance of the Rhaetic word alu.

    Never judge a book by its nom de plume

  • Gayre, and others, present the idea that what was once ale is more akin to a cyser (juice based) or weak mead (honey based).

    Never judge a book by its nom de plume

  • Brown ale and mead and cyser and blackberry brandy fountained up from hollow stalagmites right into the waiting mugs of those merrymakers who were still on their feet.

    The Golden Torc

  • If it is the precursor of ale, and we really don't know what ale was at this point in time (weak beer, cyser, watered down mead, what have you, Polome's idea of an "ecstatic mental state as transferred to a potent drink" or derived from a potent drink, would fall in nicely with your idea of "madness" and "drunkeness" (I have been reading your archives.

    Never judge a book by its nom de plume

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  • Cider with honey according to NPR's Says You.

    September 12, 2015