Moonlight mead

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Moonlight mead is an ale that can be brewed with level 44 Cooking, granting 380 Cooking experience. Drinking this heals 440 life points, and when doing so, the following message appears in the chatbox: It tastes like something just died in your mouth.

The mature version of this beer, Moonlight mead (m), can only be obtained by player brewing.

Creation[edit | edit source]

Moonlight mead.png Moonlight mead ×8
Cooking-Hourglass.pngMake-X GE icon.png
380 XP-?3,576
Requirements
Cooking Cooking level44
0 experience is awarded upon brewing in the fermenting vat.
380 experience is awarded upon draining the fermenting vat.
P2P icon.png Members only
Materials
ItemQuantityPriceTotal
Bucket of water.pngBucket of water2125250
Barley malt.pngBarley malt25011,002
Bittercap mushroom.pngBittercap mushroom48,13532,540
Ale yeast.pngAle yeast1176176
Beer glass.pngBeer glass83682,944
Total price36,912
Profit-33,336

Uses[edit | edit source]

It is required in In Memory of the Myreque to build Radigad Ponfit's statue.

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Disassembly[edit | edit source]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Moonlight mead may be a reference to the legend of werewolves transforming under moonlight. Canifis, the place where moonlight mead is sold, is populated nearly entirely by werewolves.
  • Since it does not contain honey, it is not truly mead.
  • This drink is usually bought from Roavar in Canifis before venturing into Mort Myre Swamp because Ghasts cannot turn a drink into rotten food.
  • During the miniquest In Memory of the Myreque, Veliaf Hurtz refers to moonlight mead as "rotgut" and "swill", suggesting that moonlight mead is cheap, strong, and terrible-tasting alcohol designed mostly to get one drunk, or that moonlight mead is designed to be easily affordable and, due to the extremely low-quality of the ingredients, makes the drinker sick. This likely explains why he considered Radigad, who liked to drink the stuff, to be "just as tough on the inside".