Justyn Mavis wrote:I forgot my favorite New Years, or Midsummer Eve Party drink.
Chatham Artillery Punch
Mix wine and next ingredients let sit for 2 months in a cool dark place. (Add one case of champagne when ready to serve). Serve over ice. .
Josh Kunkel wrote:I'd love to find some local crafted non GMO whiskey but the goal is elusive. I've settled in to Wild Turkey, as it is one of the rare non-gmo production whiskeys. It used to be listed on the label as non GMO but the backlash from their GMO suffering customers caused them to remove that statement. Wild Turkey is surprisingly palatable on the rock (2" square ice cube). I'm low key with nightcaps 2 drinks is a big night, as such I can budget for more expensive local craft options if they were only available. On the GMO subject I've almost entirely written off beer. Assumptions can be made when choosing beer but it takes diligence to sort out who is making the microbrews, many of them have been bought by bigger companies who use GMO to make them. They keep the folksy labels so the public doesn't know the ownership changed. And some microbrews could be using GMO anyway even if they are a small company.
I should just brew my own.
Anne Miller wrote: I am afraid of what I make turning out to be vinegar....]
There was a local newspaper story about a guy who took up homemade wine as a hobby. The first batch, the poor fella used second-hand barrels he later found out had been used to store vinegar.
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Daron Williams wrote:I really like hard apple cider and I'm looking forward to making my own later once my apple trees get going. I first had hard cider in England where it's much more common than here and I really enjoyed it. Now it's my go to adult beverage.