John Kelton of Greyhorn
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Paly of four sable and Or, a pheon and on a chief vert, two hunting horns reversed Or.
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Kelton joined the SCA after attending a medieval fair at the Cathedral of All Saints []in The Barony of Concordia of the Snows (Albany NY) in the fall of AS XX (1985). He also met his future Knight, Sir Sirhan al Siani Diablu and his wife the late Mistress Anna Herold von Ossenheim. He is a brewer and Guildmaster of the Honourable Company of Fermenters of The Barony of Concordia of the Snows.
Kelton was born on October 21 1361. Although not Catholic he is rather amused that his birthday falls of the feast of St. Ursula and the 11,000 Virgins.
- Award of Arms - Morguhn III & Maurya, War of Roses May 1989
- Companion of the Pine ~1991. Baronial service award
- Order of the Friends 1997. A thank you for service to the Barony
- Order of The Sapphire 1993. Baronial A&S Award
Offices & Positions
- Guildmaster. The Honourable Company of Fermenters of The Barony of Concordia of The Snows
- First Baronial Brewing Champion. 2013-2015
- Third Baronial Brewing Champion. 2016-2017
- Baronial A&S Champion. 2017-2018
- Novice. East Kingdom Brewers' Guild
- Bread baker and all around kitchen bum
- Mead, Cordial and miscellaneous brewing lectures at Baronial, Kingdom, and SCA(Pennsic) events
- Coordinate Baronial Brewing competition for War of Roses
Projects, Publications & Links
- The Honourable Company of Fermenters of The Barony of Concordia
- The Bloody Murther of Sir John Barley-corne - My blog on medieval brewing.
- A Beginners Guide to Mead Making.
- Caudles, Possets, Flip and Eggnog.
- Making Liqueurs and Cordials
- On The Making of Cream Liqueurs (not period)
- Ipocras: A recipe from A BOOK OF COOKRYE 1591
- Is Tequila Period? A discussion of Agave Based Fermented and Distilled Beverages in West-Central Mesoamerica
- A Redaction of Tizanne Doulce, Sweet Tisane, from Le Menagier de Paris: Paris 1393.