Nectar Creek's opening in Philomath seemed to be well-received with their tasty meads and food. The company got a nice write-up in today's "Tastings" section of the Eugene Register-Guard.
Reporter Kelly Fenley starts off the story: "Cheers to craft mead in all of its dry, bubbly flavors, from fruits to ginger and even roasted coffee bean.
"What, never heard of it?
"Then make a beeline to Philomath, where Phillip and Nick Lorenz tap big barrels of raw honey for brewing unique and carbonated versions of one of the world’s most ancient fermented drinks. Their brand-new Nectar Creek meadery includes a colorful taproom, where, over chef-made lunch or dinner, people can sample flights of the young brothers’ signature drinks."
From my point of view, Nectar Creek's relocation to Philomath has been a great addition to the community. As the word continues to get out, there should be plenty of positive impacts down the road.
To read the Register-Guard's story, go to: bit.ly/RG-nectar-creek.