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Wine

People have been making wine for over 6000 years and they are sure to have talked about just as long. Wine making, tasting collecting, comparing wine vintages and regions are among some of the most discussed topics on these forums. Whether you are a novice or an experienced master, come join these discussions and you'll sure learn something new every time!

General Wine Forum

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TN: Bordeaux wines while on Gironde estuary, Garonne and Dor...

by DaleW
I've been at my job for 25 years, and a some board members/supporters got t ogether and surprised Betsy and I with a trip a few months ago. Friday afte r T’giving was an overnight flight to CdG, th... read more »

Winemaking Craft Forum

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How many pounds of grapes per vine of Barbera in Sierra foot...

by Ron
I have planted 70 Barbera and 30 Zinfindel in the Sierra foothills. These are 2 to 3 year old roots. They are planted in fairly rocky soil on a slope facing southwest. How many pounds per vine sho... read more »

Beer

One of the oldest alcoholic drinks known to mankind, beer has always been a popular discussion topic. These forums contain discussions about brewing beer at home, best places to taste beer and get to know new flavors, beer-related news and history as well as local UK beer forum.

Beer Forum

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Big data Analyst training

by infocim249
Big Data is especially used by the vendors that may refer to the technolog y which includes tools and processes that an organization requires to handl e the large amounts of data and storage facil... read more »

Beer in UK Forum

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The GBBF and Me

by Offramp
I normally work on the Northern Line on London's Underground. TODAY, though, I was booked on a course (Fire Safety) at West Kensington. T HAT is now the nearest Tube stop to Olympia. And Olympia is... read more »

Home Beer Brewing

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Animal Farm and UKLC. Spooky!!!

by KGB
Hi I have just re-read Animal Farm by George Orwell and was intrigued by the many parallels with UKLC; I would suggest that Steve reads the book- it's not too long and not too mentally demanding, so ... read more »

Everything Beer

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Gose style beer

by Garrison Hilliard
Alright, Sierra Nevada's Otra Vez is a sour wheat beer... so it goes. read more »

Spirits

Although whisky, vodka, liqueurs and other drinks with strong alcohol content are not discussed online as often as beer or wine, they still do have passionate followers. Join these forums and exchange opinions and ideas about best brands, places to taste and ways to drink your favorite spirits

Scotch Whisky Forum

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Oops: "Uigeadail", not "Uidgeadail".

by Robbie Hatley
Typo correction in both subject and body of my previous post: Uigeadail, not Uidgeadail. Dunno how I managed to do that. Apparently the meaning of Uigeadail is dark, mysterious place. And while I'... read more »

Non-Alcoholic Beverages

Here we have collected forums devoted to such everyday non-alcoholic drinks as tea and coffee which many (most?) people on Earth cannot imagine a day without. These fine drinks have a very devoted following and lively discussions which we invite you to join!

Coffee Forum

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FS: A HISTORY OF THE WORLD IN 6 GLASSES coffee, tea, cola, s...

by mayerg3434
This book offers fascinating historical perspective on the history of the s ix most popular beverages in human history and their origins from the Stone Age to the 21st Century. You will learn abou... read more »

Tea Connoisseur's Forum

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Scorched by Hot Water

by Scott Dorsey
I was in Kansas City the other day and I stopped in at a tea shop and ordered a plain black tea. They had Twining's English Breakfast which is entirely acceptable and is a blend that is probably m... read more »