Is zombie killer a mead?

Is zombie killer a mead?

This week: Zombie Killer Cherry Cyser Mead is a wine but is fermented with honey instead of fruit.

What kind of beer is zombie killer?

Nektar Zombie Killer Cherry Cyser Mead….Classification.

Department Wine
Type Mead

Where is zombie killer cider made?

Homegrown all the way through, Zombie Killer Cherry Cyser is made with Hy’s Michigan apple cider, Michigan tart cherry juice from Traverse City and Michigan star thistle honey, then carbonated to fizzy goodness.

Is zombie killer cider gluten free?

“All of our ciders and meads are considered “gluten free” however with all of the meads and some ciders we will use honey. The beer we make is only available in the taproom, but we have that program on hold while we move our facilities around.

What is in Mead wine?

honey wine
Mead or honey wine is made by fermenting honey with water. Like beer, mead is sometimes flavored with fruits, spices, grains, or hops. But it’s generally higher in alcohol than beer and more in line with grape wine — typically between eight and 20 percent ABV.

Who makes zombie killer beer?

Floyds Brewing Co.
B. Nektar Zombie Killer – 3 Floyds Brewing Co.

Who makes zombie killer?

Nektar Zombie Killer. Zombie Killer Cherry Cyser is made with Michigan tart cherry juice, apple cider and star thistle honey. It is sweet but balances nicely with the tart cherries.

Is mead stronger than wine?

Another difference between beer, wine, and mead is alcohol content. Meads range between 6 and 20 percent ABV, depending on the fermentation; whereas wine and beer typically come in at a much lower ABV.

What alcohol did Vikings drink?

Vikings brewed their own beer, mead, and wine. Mead, however (often considered a drink of royalty), was most likely reserved for special occasions.

Why do Vikings fans yell Skol?

Meaning. Skol (written “skål” in Danish, Norwegian, and Swedish and “skál” in Faroese and Icelandic or “skaal” in transliteration of any of those languages) is the Danish-Norwegian-Swedish word for “cheers”, or “good health”, a salute or a toast, as to an admired person or group.