Meadllennium is this Saturday!
Location has been set, and judging will be at the Plyter house on Saturday May 30, 2015. Festivities begin at 11am and will run until finished.
We Need Judges!
If you are a judge and would like to help with the judging please email email@example.com
Please visit the Meadllennium page for all the info!
We have also opened a Meadllennium Forum! So be sure to stop by there and post questions or comments you might have.
Please check out our new forums created just for you! Share recipes, and chat about beer, cider and mead!
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