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Dade Emeraldstone 
Posted: 18-Dec-2006, 09:56 PM
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Beer: Shiner Boch

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  Posted: 19-Dec-2006, 01:36 AM
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Posted: 19-Dec-2006, 08:18 AM
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Beer: Newcastle Brown Ale, Kilkenny Irish Cream Ale, Alexander Keith's India Pale Ale

Liquor: Scotch and soda, any Glen will do.

Festive: I make apple cider every Christmas, but this year I get to make cider from the apples in our front yard, so I'm quite excited. biggrin.gif


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Posted: 19-Dec-2006, 08:20 AM
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Posted: 19-Dec-2006, 08:39 AM
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I make apple cider every Christmas, but this year I get to make cider from the apples in our front yard, so I'm quite excited.


Tell me about your cider; I brew ale, wine, and mead, but I've never had much luck with ciders.
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Posted: 19-Dec-2006, 09:08 AM
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Can only drink a tiny amount over a long period -- I have a sissy liver. But when I do:

Beer: Guinness stout (what else?)
liquor: Drambuie
fussy froofy stuff: Campari
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QUOTE (Emmet @ 19-Dec-2006, 06:39 AM)

Tell me about your cider; I brew ale, wine, and mead, but I've never had much luck with ciders.

Oh, I'm not at that level. This is stove top mulled apple cider, with already fermented extras added about twenty minutes before it's ready to drink.

Apple juice (about 3 litres)
Apples quartered, cored, and peeled (pear-apples are nice)
cinnomin sticks
Some freshly grated nutmeg

I let that simmer for about an hour, then add the goodies and let it simmer for another 20 minutes. A lot of the alcohol boils off by the time you drink it, so it's for warming and enjoying, not getting smashed.

1/2 L Glenfiddich
1/2 L Appleton Estates Jamaican Spiced Rhum

Then I run it through cheese cloth and place it back on the warm burner to keep it steaming. The left over apples make awesome tarts, for those with the aquired taste.

This year we have a large apple tree on our front lawn, so we harvested half a diaper box of these crab apples (gread for tangy cider, but not so much for pie).
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Posted: 19-Dec-2006, 01:21 PM
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beer- guinny, keith's or moosehead

booze- tè bheag or vodka martini

liqueur- grand marnier

christmas- rum & eggnog


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Posted: 19-Dec-2006, 05:10 PM
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Posted: 19-Dec-2006, 07:14 PM
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Beer: Harp, Guinness, or Heineken -- No domestic sewage water please! I try, really I do. I did a tasting at the Anhauser Busch brewery in St. Louis. Had to tell them their attempt at a stout was crap. To their face. Couldn't drink much of anything there.

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Posted: 20-Dec-2006, 01:44 PM
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I really love Kilkenny beer! Guiness is a very close, too...

And then it's Single Malt; especially Glenfiddich, Glenmorangie and Lagavulin. smile.gif


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When I'm drinking stout it must be Guinness, for beer either Newcastle or Sam Adams

For Whiskey, Edradour is the best single malt that I have found. They are a small Pitlocary distillery. What they make in a year, Dewars makes in a week.


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Posted: 22-Dec-2006, 10:48 PM
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Hope Whisky counts as in ARDBEG oh yeah.......has anyone out there tasted this whisky before?

For beer the darket the better and I have to add salt to the top don't know why my father started me doing that.

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Posted: 25-Dec-2006, 07:22 AM
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As anyone who knows me well is aware, I'm not really a drinker ... and the number of alcoholic drinks I have in a month can be counted on one hand! (yes, and they'll also tell you I'm a bit of a light weight, get very giggly and end up falling asleep after having even a couple of glasses of wine! wink.gif )

Anyhow, I do drink some wine (by the glass rather than the bottle) and beer wise I'd drink lager in preference to an ale ... my main short is vodka and diet coke - but I do enjoy vodka, lime and tomato juice (yes, in the same glass) as well as Martini and grapefruit juice smile.gif


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