Ryan Hobbs wrote: This has no alcohol, but I would still definitely not give it to minors. It is used medicinally by the Matses Tribe of Peru.
I personally don't like to get drunk, but I do like a drink.
Amy Francis wrote:...in a glass 🤪 but in the warm company of loving friends, having a laugh, getting tipsy but not drunk.
Storrmwynd Hawke wrote:I am a wine drinker and a beer appreciator. I want to learn to make both for myself, someday. At nearly 60 years of age, I better get to it if I'm to be successful! My favorite varietal wines are white merlot, white zin, and red moscato. My beer preferences run amok... favorite is Leinenkugel Harvest Shandy. Regular day to day indulgence is along the lines of Dos Equis (regular or amber), Heineken, Killians Red, Moose Drool (microbrew from Montana), Shock Top Belgian... I read somewhere that many American brews are using GMO's in their products. Big names like Coors and Budweiser. I view these as nearly soda pop beers, not really good for anything but recycling the cans.
I'd love to grow all my own ingredients, but with only about 550 sq ft of "yard", my important crops are never going to be hops or barley!!
I've looked at books and online sources for how it's all done, and right now even getting a single carboy is out of reach. Ugh! Does anyone have any workarounds?
I also enjoy a couple of icy cold shots of Jagermeister SPICE!
Deb Rebel wrote: Currently, I admit to Jaegermeister, I purchase it, and usually one doubleshot at a time (1.5 oz times two). It helps with some of my chronic pain and helps me sleep. I take it room temp and in company of real or virtual friends (chat).