Ciders & Meads
Ciders are alcoholic beverages made from fermented juice of apples. Sugar or extra fruit is added before a second fermentation to increase the alcoholic content.
Meads are alcoholic beverages made from fermented honey with water, and sometimes also include various fruits, spices, grains or hops. Meads are defined by having a majority of their fermentable sugar derived from honey and they can be still, carbonated, or naturally sparkling, with flavors ranging from dry, semi-sweet, to sweet.