Combine Sea Dog Beer and Raye’s Stone Ground mustard and what do you get? A dark, rich mustard that wins two blue ribbons and becomes a favorite among beer connoisseurs. This rich, whole-seed mustard is the flavor of choice for gourmet cooks.
Napa Valley World Wide Mustard Competition: Gold (2002)
Maine's home-grown classic yellow mustard! Made from seed grown in Maine's very own Aroostook County.
A little bitter, a little sweet. This is the dream topping for soft pretzels. Raye’s...
From apple slices to chicken fingers Raye’s Brown Ginger mustard adds a tasty tang to...