What's your poison?
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RE: What's your poison?
I like absinthe, wheat beers (Blue Moon, Hoegaarden, etc), Japanese lagers, scotch and Soju (Korean vodka)

I don't drink much because I am a cheapskate, though, and I get wasted easily, also some of my meds don't mix with alcohol well.

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04-08-2019, 04:57 AM
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Absinthe is an interesting flavor, but man alive does it absolutely dominate anything you try to mix it with. Even diluting it in water it's kinda overbearing.

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04-08-2019, 05:01 AM
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This is what I'm drinking tonight!

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04-08-2019, 05:32 PM
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I make mead, which I drink several times a week. I usually have it with a meal. I make most of it during the summer so I can get fresh, local honey. Mead is easy to make. It's just distilled water, honey, wine yeast, and optional flavorings like cherries (my personal favorite). Basically you heat some water to around 85F, add 2.5 pounds of honey per gallon, your wine yeast, fruits, spices, and then let it sit for a few weeks in the basement until the gas stops coming out of the airlock. Then you bottle it in old wine bottles. You add less honey to make it more dry and more to make it sweeter. Label and date your bottles and try to drink them within six months for the best taste.
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Good mead is amazing.

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