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What kind of alcoholic beverages would've been common in a 1950s-1960s USA home?

I've watched many episodes of "Alfred Hitchcock Presents" from the 1950s and early 1960s. In numerous episodes, they are in a fancy room in some house/mansion with a bunch of bottles on a ...

history recommendations drinking serving united-states  
asked by Alfred 3 votes
answered by Ken Graham 1 vote

Greatest hits from previous weeks:

What's this white floating sediment in my bottles of twisted tea?

Okay so I purchased 2 six packs of bottles each bottle containing different amounts of this whitish colored sediment at the bottom of the bottle all of which aren't expired, if shaked well will ...

asked by Lezgitfaded 5 votes
answered by Tim Burnett - Bassist 3 votes

Beers sold in the US with little or no carbonation

What types of beer have lower or no carbonation?

asked by user6557 2 votes
answered by Jamie Eltringham 3 votes

Is Jagermeister healthy for you?

I always heard that Jagermeister is very healthy for you and is a great digestive ,is all this true?Would a shot of Jagermeister make me more healthier or would the alcohol just be damaging me in time?...

health drinking  
asked by John Pietrar 5 votes
answered by Silent-Bob 10 votes

Why would some prefer to put salt in their beer?

Are there any traditional or historic reason(s) why people would put salt in their beer when drinking it or would simply prefer to drink a salted beer such as Gose? Gose beer, brewed in Bonn, Germany ...

taste specialty-beers  
asked by Ken Graham 7 votes
answered by farmersteve 5 votes

How to homebrew legally in South Africa?

I enjoy brewing and the challenges involved. I am self taught and rather good with my sweet beers. I am South-African and want to know how to go legal and if it is worth the costs and challenges ...

asked by Jaco-Jan Prinsloo 9 votes
answered by Atron Seige 6 votes

Fermenting Bananas

Is there a method of fermenting bananas? I have a lot of bananas here, apparently they are Cavendish(?) bananas. Is there a simple method to produce a sort of palatable drink from them? Bare in ...

asked by dougal 5.0.0 4 votes
answered by Ken Graham 2 votes

by-volume/by-weight conversion formula

Okay, because I have nothing better to do on a Friday night (i.e., my carboys are all currently fermenting), I've decided to fiddle a little bit with math. I know that 0% alcohol by weight (ABW) is ...

asked by Daniel Wolfe 10 votes
answered by Joel Andrews 9 votes
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