I started this blog as a record of my home brewing efforts.
It happens, that through my mead making efforts, I've got to know Keith Hardesty. Initially I met up with Keith through a wine making forum.
Since then, it's been a case of a weekly conference call/video conference. It depends on what's available as I'm on the south coast (UK) and Keith is in very rural Oklahoma.
He's a good bloke and he has some brilliant ideas of ways to make meads of various types, so after we chatted about "spreading the message" we decided that as a convenient outlet, he should also post here and make it a bit more international and open.
I'll be more than pleased if he posts some of his methods, techniques and enthusiasm here as it'd save me trying to post them ;-)
Others in the mead world may have already heard of Keith as it seems that he's been around the online meadmaking world for some time.....
Brilliant! Go on Keith, get "scribbling".......