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      CommentAuthorFauxhammer
    • CommentTimeDec 2nd 2007
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    I'm making this puppydog next, probably with some ginger. Watch out, though: there's a hop shortage, and your brew shop might limit how much you can take home. Busy yourself with some nice malty ales until this shit blows over

    http://www.geocities.com/hatshideaway/goatscrotum.htm
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      CommentAuthorBen
    • CommentTimeDec 2nd 2007
     (89.2)
    Hop shortage? Bah! I've got a very large bag of the little buggers hiding in my freezer. Hooray for gardens.

    Looks tasty, tell me how it goes.
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    My top three:

    1) Bourbon Furnace:
    1 cup hot apple cider
    a few whole cloves
    double-shot of bourbon
    a pinch of ground chipotle
    a cinnamon stick (or, put a ground dash of that it in too!)

    Fire it up!

    2) Lambwool Wassail, the old-fashioned way! I've also used a good mead in place of the wine and it gives you a lovely buzz, very cozy.

    3) A big glass of Bowmore 17 or Laphroaig Cask Strength, neat, near a blazing fire. This one is usually the most satisfying. . . .
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    @JShelton:

    Yessss. . . the port is gooood! Particularly when you are not in the mood to throw peaty firewater down your throat! Sometimes I like it straight up, sometimes as a Broken Spur (some sweet vermouth and triple sec added in). It mulls nicely too; I find it more pleasant to drink in this season than mere wine!
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      CommentAuthorravnos
    • CommentTimeDec 2nd 2007
     (89.5)
    - erudite_ogre
    Have you tried the Laphroaig Quarter Cask single single? It's... rather good for a lack of brain activity to come up with something better to say.

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