Photo Cred: Merrimack valley magazine

Photo Cred: Merrimack valley magazine


1634 Meadery is a small, artisan style honey-wine maker located in picturesque Ipswich, Massachusetts. They make small scale batches of mead in a manner that helps capture the true honey, fruit, and herb taste and smell of local ingredients. Mead is an ancient drink, dating back thousands of years. Mead was replaced by cheaper beer, cider, and wine over recent history but is finally making a deserved comeback.

Come to the Farmers Market and sample some of the wonderful delights this special drink can provide! Then make a trip out to Ipswich to sample their latest creations and find out how mead is made with a tour and tasting. If you're lucky, you might get the chance to make mead alongside these connoisseurs.

When will 1634 Meadery be at the Farmers Market? 
June 3, June 17, July 1, July 15, July 29, August 12, August 26, September 9, September 23, October 7, October 21, November 4, November 18.

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