An Afternoon of Mead & Cheese


There's no better way to enjoy a Saturday than with mead and cheese. Wondering what mead is? Mead is alcohol fermented from honey. There is a good chance that mead is humankind's oldest form of alcohol as it doesn't require any domestication of crops or extraction of sugars from grains or fruits.

Join us on 21 October from 2-5pm as we try an exciting range of meads paired with a selection of artisanal cheese.

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Gosnells London Mead

Gosnells Hopped Mead

Gosnells Citra Sea Mead

Gosnells Hibiscus Mead

Gosnells Elderflower Mead

Crowded Hive Orange Blossom Honey Wine

About Gosnells

Gosnells was founded by Tom in 2013 after he was inspired to turn his hand to experimenting with mead during a trip to the USA. As an avid home brewer of cider and perry, Tom had brewing experience that he quickly applied to developing our signature style of light, crisp, sparkling mead. Gosnells’ signature style of light, crisp, sparkling mead is a creative, modern take on a historic style of brewing and is epitomised by Gosnells London Mead; fermented from Spanish orange blossom honey giving light citrus notes.


About Crowded Hive

Crowded Hive was founded to create mead that had all the subtlety and sophistication of the best wines. Teaming up with winemakers at Denbies Estate in Dorking and tapping into the excitement around English wines, Crowded Hive’s first vintage was produced in summer 2015. Using orange blossom, honey fermented just off-dry and oaked, the first wine has a fresh and vital taste that makes its ideal for drinking on its own or in a spritzer over summer.


Limited Tickets for Sale

Early Bird $28

Standard $45

Includes light snacks


From 2-5pm

Temple Cellars

UE Square #01-12

81 Clemenceau Avenue, 239917

Sat Oct 21, 2017
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM SGT
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Temple Cellars
Early Bird SOLD OUT $28.00
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UE Square #01-12, 81 Clemenceau Avenue Singapore
Temple Cellars