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By Phoenix New Times
Superstition Meadery Is About to Elevate Downtown Phoenix Drinking
One of the great unsung stories in local food and beverage is how much downtown Phoenix drink culture has grown in just the past few years.
Giant leaps forward have been made with openings like Sauvage (natural-leaning wines), Little Rituals (erudite, imaginative cocktails), The Theodore (tightly curated craft beer bar), and Arizona Wilderness DTPHX (brewing mastery from staple styles to experimental beers). Next month, the scene is set to spring ahead even further, and with a drink that might set Phoenix apart: mead.
On May 6th, in Washington, D.C. the United States Small Business Administration named Jeff and Jen Herbert the 2019 National Small Business Persons of the Year.
As recipients of the nation’s highest honor bestowed on small business leaders, Superstition Meadery owners Jeff and Jennifer Herbert are proud of their greatest business achievement to date. Jen says, “This award is proof that the American Dream is alive and well, but it is so much more than Jeff and Jen, or the company we have built, this is a huge day for the Mead Industry!”
Acting SBA Administrator Chris Pilkerton said, “Jennifer and Jeff truly represent the best of our nation’s small businesses.”
An Interview With Jeff Herbert, Co-Founder of Superstition Meadery by Kenny Gould, Fordes.com Contributor
This Arizona Husband-and-Wife Team Wants to Make a 4,000-Year-Old Product the Hottest Holiday Drink by Emily Canal, Staff Writer for Inc.com