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New Day Craft Mead and Hard Cider

New Day Craft Mead and Hard Cider Welcome to New Day Meadery, creators of fine, handcrafted honey wines. Our distinctive selection of small-batch meads is created from the finest fresh fruit and raw honey gathered from small, family-owned Indiana farms. Working with top quality ingredients allows us to bring you excellent tasting mead that can be enjoyed on its own or with a variety of foods.

Directions from Indianapolis: Take I-69 North to the SR 37 Exit (Exit #5, Noblesville). Take SR 37 North for 24.8 miles to SR 13. Turn Right (North) on SR 13 (which is called South Anderson Street in town). Go 1.6 miles to 701 South Anderson Street. We are located on the East side of the road, on the corner of S. Anderson and South F Street. Directions from Ft. Wayne: Take I-69 South to the SR 28 Exit (Exit #45, Muncie/Alexandria). Take SR 28 West for 14.9 miles to South Anderson Street (SR 13). Go South (left) on South Anderson Street for 0.4 miles. We are located on the East side of the road, on the corner of S. Anderson and South F Street. Directions from Chicago: Take I-65 South to the SR 28 Exit (Exit #158, Attica/Frankfort). Take SR 28 East for 8 miles. SR 28 becomes East Walnut Street (US 421) in the town of Frankfort, follow East Walnut Street for 0.7 miles. Turn right on US 421 and follow it for 5.9 miles. Turn left on SR 28 and follow it for 29.4 miles. Turn right (South) on South Anderson Street for 0.4 miles. We are located on the East side of the road, on the corner of S. Anderson and South F Street.

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1102 Prospect Street, Indianapolis, IN, US, 46203 Email:
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  Dry Blueberry Honey Wine
A beautiful light rosè is the color of our Dry Blueberry Mead. Equally enchanting is the floral aroma you are treated to with each glass. Reminiscent of fresh gardenias, this mead will take you back to a blueberry field in full Spring bloom. The taste is delicate, yet full, well balanced with a fresh floral flavor only achieved by combining the just-picked blueberries with that coveted Indiana wildflower honey.
  Dry Mead
This traditional Dry Mead is light straw in color. It possesses a delicate spicy fruit aroma, with a slight clove note. The flavor is light on the tongue, showing subtle honey character wrapped in a straw finish. Clean, dry and delicate; this is a true mead-lover’s mead.
  Dry Peach Honey Wine
Combining tree-ripened, freshly picked Indiana peaches with our Indiana wildflower honey has resulted in a clear, light straw colored mead. The aroma is 100 percent fresh peach, with just a hint of vanilla in the background. The flavor is subtle tart peach, clean and fresh. Allowing this Dry Peach Mead to ferment to complete dryness allows the true characteristic of the fruit to come through in this delightful fruit and honey wine.
  Dry Red Raspberry Honey Wine
This variety is our star: a vibrant ruby red, practically glowing in the glass. The aroma says “Hello, Raspberry!”. You simply do not get any fresher than that without eating a handful of the berries themselves. A subtle rose petal note plays off of the sparkling freshness of the raspberry. Add a bit of straw, and you have New Day Meadery’s Dry Red-Raspberry Mead. The flavor is bright raspberry, pleasantly acidic with a hint of tart pie cherry to lend complexity. The fresh fruit taste lingers just long enough and leaves you with a fresh, clean finish.
  Semi-Dry Mead
A slightly sweeter version of our Dry Mead, our Semi-Dry Mead possesses the characteristic lightly clouded straw color. The aroma is more pronounced, showing the sweet notes of honey-dew melon and spice unique to East-central Indiana wildflower honey. The flavor is, too, slightly sweet with a pleasant honey flavor. The additional honey used in this variety provides a richer body and lingering sweetness that compliments the mild acidity and makes for a very enjoyable mead.
  Semi-Sweet Plum Honey Wine
Due for public release in Fall 2006.


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