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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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WTN: 24 bottles of 85 claret, + 81 LMHB, 78 GPL, 96 Bollys

by DaleW
John organized a 1985 Bordeaux tasting, and Victor graciously hosted in his lovely Upper East Side apartment. He had a great buffet set up= chacuter ie, cheeses, salads, and an amazing tortilla. R... read more »

Winemaking Craft Forum

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Is this place still alive?

by Terry Coombs
Subject says it all ... I'm getting back into winemaking and would like to bounce a few ideas around if there's anybody here besides the spammers/political hacks . -- Snag 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 in UK Forum

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OOps!

by Davey
Hundreds of thousands of people drinking half a bottle of wine a night are to be put on the first ever drug to help reduce alcohol consumption, under plans announced by the National Institute for ... 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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New head brewer 'hops' onboard at Mt. Carmel Brewing amid ne...

by Garrison Hilliard
CINCINNATI -- Mt. Carmel Brewing has a pair of reasons to keep beer fans buzzing this weekend. The brewery recently hired a new head brewer and is about release the latest in its Snapshot beer ser... 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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Whisky that's been open a long time

by Steve Hodgson
What happens when a bottle of malt whisky has been open for years, maybe a decade? I know it won't go off but does it gradually lose its strength as the alcohol evaporates? -- Cheers, Steve 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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Nescafe Dolce Gusto EDG625.B Auto coffee brewer made by Krup...

by Mick
Hi all, I have just bought a Nescafe Dolce Gusto EDG625.B Auto coffee brewer made by Krups. I previously had a Filter Coffee brewer, but as I live alone thought a pod type machine would a... read more »

Tea Connoisseur's Forum

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I make my love China Tea

by abcsilicone
Tieguanyin Tea is one of the most famouse tea in China ,it is made of Anxi Fujian China ,most of Chinese have it in dayly life ,it is one part of our life . When we have free time ,we would make a c... read more »