meadery

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From mead +‎ -ery. Cognate with Dutch mederij (meadery).

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meadery (plural meaderies)

  1. A place where mead is made.
    • 2008, Patricia Monaghan, Wineries of Wisconsin and Minnesota, Minnesota Historical Society Press (2008), ISBN 9780873516174, page 177:
      People used to come to the Upper Midwest's only dedicated meadery and say, "Huh?" Or perhaps something like, "Oh, yeah, mead, isn't that what Beowulf drank?"

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