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Fri Oct 12 11:24:36 CEST 2007
How about mead? I've always wanted to try it, but it must be pretty
nasty if no one makes it anymore.
I'm in Romania now, and the tsuica is amazing. It sets a fire in the
esophagus, but the receptors that are spared still detect a faint
scent/taste of plum.
I've been a big fan of Newcastle, but alas it doesn't exist here.
Strangely, Corona is easy to come by.
On 10/12/07, Andy Farnell <padawan12 at obiwannabe.co.uk> wrote:
> Wine. Not now because I don't have the space.. but I've
> always been fascinated by wine-making and the chemistry of it
> all. As a kid we had a country house with lots of space and land
> and always rows of demijohn bottles bubbling away. Amazing what you
> can get to brew, almost any fruits or sugary plant will work, some
> I remember are
> Nettle - the nasty stingy things make good wine.
> Strawberry - really yummy
> Elderberry and elderflower - subtle and dry
> Cannabis - yep, you can make dope wine
> Plum - very sweet wine
> Sloe - "sloe gin" from really bitter fruits
> Gooseberry - the green pimply ones
> Rose Hip - a very English wine
> Tea - never thought it had any sugar but folks make tea wine
> Mead - wine made from honey is amazing
> I believe you can use grapes too!
> Like the sound of Hans harmfully strong chocolate stout, dark Trappist
> ales and stouts are my kind of beer, I had a few good ones in Germany.
> On Thu, 11 Oct 2007 14:20:31 -0500
> "Charles Henry" <czhenry at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Since we're still talking about beers, I want to ask if there's any
> > pd'ers out there who homebrew? It is a favorite hobby of mine, though
> > I am not able to make a batch very often. I have on a couple
> > occaisions made an incredibly strong ale, not fit for human
> > consumption, including one stout that is leftover from spring.
> > Chuck
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