Monday, November 25, 2013

We are grateful

We are grateful.  It is easy to be impatient and to think that we have not really made any progress, and then we look at photos from when we first got the former Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church in Greenland that is now the home of Algomah Acres Honey House and Meadery.  With a little TLC, John’s handiwork, and the help of friends and family, we have fixed it up a bit and rearranged.  Musicians and artists have breathed new life into her walls and the best is yet to come!

We thank you for your continued support of our events and our products!  We appreciate your patience as we grow at a pace that will allow us to be sustainable.  We will continue to hone our craft as mead makers, farmers, artists, and community organizers in 2014 and beyond.  Without all of you we could not have made it this far and we hope you will continue to support our efforts! 
Feb. 2010 became owners of the church
July- Sept. 2011 Kickstarter for Meadery
July 2012 first mead sales!
Repairs and upgrades continue slowly as we work to slowly build our business and take the ups and downs of farming insects!

Feb. 2010

March 2013 The Terminal Orchestra
May 2013 Arts and Starts

Peg Carrothers Oct. 2013

Choir loft Feb. 2010


Sacristy 2010

Tasting room and shop in the Sacristy area 2013 October

basement 2010 turned to Mead brewing area 2013

Wishing you the Happiest of Holidays!  Melissa, John, and the honeybees....