The experimental beer is honey and hops, with a Dublin Ale yeast. We're going to see how it turns out. The Mrs. doesn't like a bitter beer so we went with Kent Golding hops; floral, a little citrus and herbal, but not much in the way of bitter at all. No idea how it's going to turn out. That's why it's an experiment.
The mead we bottled is going to be nice once it smooths out. You can taste the cranberries from where the bees collected the honey. It'll be a winner.
I also have a list of about six or seven other batches I want to brew up. It'll be a busy fall and winter.