Lilly Belle Meads is all about the honey bee. We are beekeepers and we can’t bring you any of our meads without them. The most common question we get is “What is Mead?”…at our tasting room we are all about education and ensuring a great experience with this ancient beverage that we strive to make modern and enjoyable. Whether you’re a beer or a wine drinker, there is almost certainly a mead here for you. Stop in soon!
11 W. Main St.
Lancaster, NY 14086
Monday: Closed Tuesday: Closed Wednesday: 4p-10p Thursday: 4p–10p Friday: 4p–10p Saturday: 12p–10p Sunday: 11a-3p
(Hours can vary during holiday weeks, check here, Facebook, Instagram, and Google for extended hours)
For Event Booking and General Information, Call:
For Music Bookings, Call:
(716) 462-9805 (Joe)
June 14th 2019
Join us and many of the Village of Lancaster merchants as we have a fundraiser to help enhance and fund our Thursdays in the Village event series! Bring your ticket to the meadery after the event and your first drink is on us!
LIVE MUSIC FRIDAYS
May 17, 2019
Making their 3rd Friday of the month return it’s Shaky Stage! With original songs you’ll feel like you already know and cover songs with a unique spin, Shaky Stage is really a can’t miss night at the meadery.
May 24, 2019
Davey O. has been described by Buffalo News critic Jeff Miers as having "a journalist’s eye for detail and poet’s ear for the well-turned observation". Davey makes his return to LBM and we are happy to welcome him back!
May 31, 2019
Flatbed makes their return to the meadery! One of the mainstays of Americana music in this area, Flatbed delivers a great show upbeat yet mellow and enjoyable music with fantastic original songs and some choice cuts by others as well.
Lilly Belle Meads is a farm meadery located in the Village of Lancaster, NY, owned and operated by Patricia and Joe Marshall.
The farm meadery’s story began over 14 years ago, when the Marshall’s first purchased winemaking and brewing kits.
After much experimentation with ingredients and brewing techniques, Patricia thought to utilize honey, as the base for their fermented beverages. Just as a grape absorbs its terrain or terroir, affecting the taste of the wine, honey reflects the flavors from its surrounding floral environment, contributing to the body and character within the meads. As beekeepers, farmers, educators and parents, the Marshall’s are committed to promoting and practicing environmentally safe farming and production practices. Lilly Belle Meads strives to create awareness about the honeybee crisis and promotes education on beekeeping topics. This family farm meadery revels in the satisfaction that their meads incorporate not only a partnership of the owners, but also with Mother Nature herself.