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1634 Meadery, Ipswich

Brewery · Hidden Gem · Winery / Vineyard
At 1634 Meadery we make honey-wines from local ingredients and specialty meads from varietal honeys.

We are located at:

3 Short Street

Ipswich, MA 01938

Open Thurs, Fri. 2-7 PM, Sat. 1-7 PM and Sun. 12-5 PM.

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  • Twice I have gone up to the 1634 Meadery and been very happy both times. The staff is welcoming & knowledgeable. 1643 Meadery produces fabulous meads, some sweet, othes semi-sweet, and some dry. I.....  more »
  • I love this place and the folks that run it. I have been drinking mead for several years and 1634 offers lots of different varieties, from sweet to dry, so there is something for everyone. The...  more »
  • Thought we would find out what all the buzz was about! Glad we did! Interesting tasting with a tour of the making! We met one of the owners who was very informative. Mead is a drink like no other! We....  more »
  • Visited this place back in fall 2018. Really enjoyed our time here! The place is small but very cute and cosy. Stuff was very friendly and knowledgeable! Was very interesting to learn about the whole process of making this wine. They had a nice variety of different flavors. After tasting we left with 3 bottles. And will be definitely back to pick up some more.
  • Really good production set up When asked if could see they showed us. And great selection of made flavors. Will be visiting agian.
  • Nice, small craft meadery. Pretty much a one man show, but he's got some tasty meads. The tour was informative, but not much, since the whole place is a 2 room operation.
  • Meads made Right Here. Local honeys & fruits. Try the Orange Blossom Honey - as sweet & delicious as it sounds.
  • There's a lot of bad mead out there, and I've tasted a lot of it. This is not that. The mead itself is delicious. They have something for every taste, from actually dry (dry enough for my sceptical, wine loving mother) to very sweet. None of it is cloyingly sweet though. The tasting room is small, but well decorated and cozy. The people were also friendly, welcoming, and informative, but never condescending. Overall, a tasting here is well worth the time. And, the mead is worth buying here or at your local wine store.

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