Eric and Casey Reeter, who own the new The Mead Werks meadery in Port Townsend, have been working on a variety of meads that people can taste each weekend. (Jesse Major/Peninsula Daily News)

Eric and Casey Reeter, who own the new The Mead Werks meadery in Port Townsend, have been working on a variety of meads that people can taste each weekend. (Jesse Major/Peninsula Daily News)

Meadery’s limited hours to grow in Port Townsend

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