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Take your time here because it is a pleasant old building, like having dinner at someone's home, and that someone knows how to prepare interesting and delicious meals. The menu is limited so don't expect a wide array of the sort of choices you get...More
Took a day trip to Jim Thorpe to ride bikes. We ate breakfast in town and walked around the quaint little town- beautiful day for a stroll. Came upon a storefront that had a few shops inside one being the Stonekeep Winery. Very nice knowledgeable...More
I loved the mead! The gal that served us was so much fun and knowledgable about the mead and wine. Free tasting of 3. Cute little place in a building that also had an ice parlor and a cute gift shop. Great experience!
I had tried mead before and did not like it. I was hesitant to try again, but my husband convinced me that Stonekeep was different. He was absolutely right. Their mead is not too sugary and sweet. In fact, my peach mead almost tasted like...More
Quick visit but a lot of fun for the girls; they offer several free tastings and the sommeliers help you through your choices. Somehow I chose all sweet but prefer dry. The ladies re-directed me and I found the perfect red: GRIM. Enjoyed.
We were told about this meadery by the bartender at the Broadway Pub. It shares a building with other stores, so it can be hard to find if you don't pay attention to the stores signs above doorways. It's on the lower level of a...More