farmersteve
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Availability of Zinbardel wine
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There is nothing called "Zinbardel". The only thing close is Zinfandel. Just in case I was missing something I did a google search on ZinBARdel and it had only 6 results. One of them was your question!...

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What means to adulterate and why is it so dangerous?
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The word is ADULTERATE. Which means to change, alter or transform in some way. This is not so much a problem in the USA, but many countries unscrupulous alcohol sellers will "cut" the ethanol with ...

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How can absinthe be colored into a different colour other than green?
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I'll take a stab at this... Absinthe is an unregulated name unlike something like Champagne which is highly regulated name/place. With Champagne you can only use Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and ...

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Trying to find a resealable bottle cap
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In the USA you can find this type of cap at most homebrew shops. These originated in Holland but now are popular for many breweries around the world. Here are the caps

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Has alcoholism increased?
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But, if you read this, it sounds like Alcohol consumption (along with all it's problems including addiction) has increased significantly in the USA. This study is out just last summer (2017) "In ...

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What makes bourbon sweet?
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So why is bourbon so sweet? It’s all about the corn mash. The stuff those geniuses ferment. Bourbon’s mashbill is made of at least 51% corn, often far more (closer to 70% as an average). ...

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Right price for limited edition beer
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There is no "right" price. It's whatever the market will demand. If you can find the price that bottles are selling on the open market, then that's the price people are willing to pay. Too bad there's ...

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Why moscato sweet?
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Moscato is a sparkling white wine made in the Piedmont region of Italy. It is made with Muscat (Moscato) grapes. They are fermented naturally until they hit 5.5% ABV and then the wine is run through a ...

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Can whiskey be used to purify iffy water while out in the outdoors?
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Yes and no. If you use it at 100% strength it might be a good sterilizer but just a small amount in water isn't going to do much. Guidelines for Alcohol Sterilization

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Beer swapping online?
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In the US, it's completely illegal for regular people to ship alcohol through the US Post Office inside the US. You can if you are a certified wine/beer/spirits shipper through UPS or Fedex or get ...

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