It’s aim is to champion sustainability, modernise mead and put the honey-based drink back on the map. The south London meadery hopes to provide a premium option for cider drinkers, while also targets Gen Z. It launched a new taproom in Bermondsey, south London earlier this month, and is on its way to securing B Corp status. So, the future looks bright for the honey-based brand. Could Gosnells be the ones to get mead back to UK bars and shelves? The Morning Advertiser paid them a visit to find out.
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