Photo of Charm City Meadworks in Baltimore, MD, US
Photo of Charm City Meadworks in Baltimore, MD, US
Photo of Charm City Meadworks in Baltimore, MD, US

Charm City Meadworks


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  • Photo of Christine U
    a year ago
    Though small, the tasting room was fun and inviting! I got a Groupon for tastings and growlers for two, and my mead-loving boyfriend was thrilled! We got to try eight different meads and each left with a bottle of our favorite. The only downside is that they don't serve food (which they make clear on their website and encourage people to bring their own picnic lunch), which makes it feel a little incomplete. We had a great time and are eager to visit their new location when it's up and running!
  • Photo of momto3longisland
    I enjoyed trying mead, it doesn't taste like wine, it tastes lighter but it is stronger. Their pours are very generous, you get 4 glasses (a flight) for $8 and the glasses are almost 1/2 full. I wanted to try their Mango Mead and it was not available for a tasting, it only came in a can because it was out of season, so I got a glass for $6. It was a 12oz glass! The thing is, it's a place to try mead, not really a fun place or a place you might hang around. Our pourer was not very engaging so we tried what we wanted to try and we were out after 30 min. BTW, I hear they eventually will be moving to the Mount Vernon area.
  • Photo of zozo1967
    a year ago
    My husband and I tried Charm City Meadworks on a Groupon. I like to try things that way in case it's not worth it... this was worth it. We had 2 flights of mead (8 pours total) and took home two of our favorites. They were very different than we expected. I thought it was all going to be VERY sweet but only one was slightly sweet and the rest were quite dry. There were carbonated varieties (on tap) and non-carbonated in bottles. I liked and brought home the Elderflower (carbonated) and my husband liked the Rosemary (non-carbonated). The place is a little out of the way, but it was a fun afternoon and we'd enjoy going back. I only gave 4 stars because of the location - if that changed and they were more accessible, I would give 5 stars.
  • Photo of Cheryl B
    2 years ago
    We did not get to the actual Meadworks, we were able to try several products at the Fell's Point Farmer's Market. I do not actually like Mead, but this stuff was awesome! I liked the product they compare to the champagne of Mead... we bought a 4 pack of the lemongrass to take home with us. Definitely worth a try!
  • Photo of hottie511
    2 years ago
    Hubby took me out to make use of a great Groupon. It included 2 flights (=8 samples) of whatever they have in season and 2 take-home bottles for $25. Great experience. Small & cozy warehouse/garage setup that just works. BYOF.
  • Photo of Geoffrey S
    2 years ago
    Small ,kinda hidden place but neat place to visit..Wife and I learned some things about mead and also got to taste a lot of different meads
  • Photo of DelMarVaJohn
    2 years ago
    Mead is wine made from honey. It's not necessary sweet (my first misconception) and it can be flavored in many ways with florals, botanicals, and more. A visit here requires a taste flight - there are regular and seasonal production meads and small batch experimental meads. Not all were to my liking, but it was a fun and informative experience. The small staff is friendly and enthusiastic. Don't be put off by the location - it's a bit of a run-down industrial wasteland, or the building which is some kind of converted garage.

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