As far as I know, Lusty Monk mustards are the only fresh, refrigerated mustards produced in the United States. Like fresh salsas, they must be sold from cold cases in shops and supermarkets. There are two flavors, "Original Sin" and "Burn in Hell," a chipotle mustard. These are simply the best mustards I have ever tasted--no offense to other mustard manufacturers. You can order it from their website, here, and the site has some very good recipes for using the mustards, like Lobster Deviled Eggs, Chicken Breast in Parchment Paper, and How to Rescue Grocery Store Potato Salad.
Dave I have to give this a try. I usually keep about five or 6 different types in my frig. I moved to New Orleans from western N.Y. about 31yrs ago. At the time I did not like mustard. Down here we have creole mustard, which is a course ground mustard. The best is made by Zatarans. The first time I had it, it was at a party inn a mini roast beef sandwich. I thought it was horseradish and was surprised to find out it was Zatarans mustard. I have been hooked on it ever since for the last 31yrs. I love to slather mustard on meat before I roast or grill it. Dave have you ever had a chance to try some Zatarans. Well that's all for now-JimZ the Gourmet Carpenter