Arizona Husband-and-Wife Team Wants to Make a 4,000-Year-Old Product the Hottest Holiday Drink

By 2012, the couple, encouraged by friends, turned what had started as a hobby in their garage into Superstition Meadery, a Prescott, Arizona-based mead-making company that generated $2.7 million in revenue last year.

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