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Contemporary,
Craft Mead

Mead is the oldest alcoholic beverage in human history. But our meads are anything but ancient. Our menu is a contemporary take on this timeless drink — lighter, drier and viking-free.

 
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All Day Croquet

Niagara Peach
Brewed with real Niagara peach puree, reflecting the bountiful fruit-growing region where our Meads were born. Bright stone fruit and floral hints with an off-dry finish make this a super summery choice.


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Feels Like Friday

Hopped Buckwheat
Our flagship mead bridges the beer gap  with gentle dry-hopping and a clean honey base. Bold and innovative, yet somehow familiar. A perfect introduction to the world of Session Mead. Now available at the LCBO.


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Quarter Life Crisis

Ontario Cherry
Fresh Ontario cherry puree creates a delightful rose hue and tart, fruity finish. Cider-like body and effervescent carbonation with dominant notes of ripe cherry and cranberry.

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Awkward Dinner

Ontario Wildflower
Every honey is a reflection of where the bees pollinated, which is then carried through into our meads. Showcasing the unique character of Ontario Wildflower honey, Awkward Dinner is floral, clean and balanced.


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Refreshingly Different

At Royal Canadian Mead we believe mead is deserving of a seat at the table alongside the best craft beer and ciders. We've developed a new style of session brews that are bright, balanced and refreshing — made with Canadian honey and the freshest seasonal ingredients.


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Mead with Love

Our crisp, Canadian meads are made with 100% Ontario honey from a variety of pollinator sources, including wildflowers and buckwheat fields. Honey's versatility makes mead a perfect foundation for creative flavour combinations and inventive food pairings.

 
 

BENEFITS

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Naturally Simple

Mead, at its base, is only three ingredients: honey, water and yeast. But the final product is hardly simple. From buckwheat to blueberry, every honey varietal has its own distinct taste, color, aroma and texture sourced back to the bee flora.



 
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Gluten free since 7000 BC

In early England certain styles of mead were believed to improve digestion and even alleviate depression. Today we can’t make any such claims. But we can say that mead is low in sugar and naturally gluten free. Is that why we love it? No. Is it a bonus? You bet.

Bee Nice

Honey is not only nature’s greatest sweetener, it’s one of the world’s most sustainable foods.  Likewise, mead has been called the world’s “greenest booze” due to its low-impact production and supply chain. Bees are our happy workers at RCM. Demand for mead supports the declining bee population and helps to pollinate the planet. Drink mead, save bees.  


 
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