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Title: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: The Wizard Joseph on October 03, 2015, 04:39:21 am
Just posted this one in Discordian Society 2015 FB group. Might as well more stably mirror here. I'll add more by and by as those darn FOIA requests come due. Hope all yalls enjoy!


The Wizard Joseph's Golden Apple Potion


Elements of the Operation:
1 Ltr of sour mix
1 Lb of fine clover honey
1 bottle of The Knot 100 proof Irish whiskey
1-5  1 Oz bottles or measured shots of Fireball cinnamon whiskey
Large supply of Manzanita Sol apple soda or other, more authentic, Mexican apple soda equivalent to a 12 pack
1 empty 2 Litr bottle.

Step 1:
In large sauce pan heat sour mix and honey, stirring constantly, until honey is fully  dissolved, DO NOT boil. Allow to cool until no longer steaming by removing from heat and continuing to stir. Pour cooled mixture into 2 Liter bottle and add The Knot and then add Fireball to taste, none is fine. Fireball makes it stronger of alcoholic content and flavor, but cinnamon whiskey is not for everyone. Contents of bottle should be vigorously shaken for aeration proir to serving if you don't have a shaker for step 2

Step 2:
Add solid ice cubes and liquor mix to shaker glass, about 2 oz per serving.
Add about 3-4 oz apple soda per serving, cap and shake vigorously for about 8 seconds while holding cap down firmly.

Set down shaker on table and ease pressure off the cap, cap should pop off gently and readily or you used too much or too little soda respectively.

Pour into Collins glass over hollowed bar ice or solid cubes, NOT crushed ice.

Recipe serves appx 24-30 people. At full "5x cin strength" each is about a shot or beer and a half by alcoholic content, but the honey seems to speed alcohol uptake. Best to savor, but should not rough the stomach if you desire a bender unless you are sensitive to cinnamon.

Makes for a happy, giggly drunk and honey taste lingers on lips.

You're welcome!  ;)
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: LMNO on October 03, 2015, 04:42:23 am
We do not have the same palate for cocktails, obviously.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: The Wizard Joseph on October 03, 2015, 05:20:11 am
We do not have the same palate for cocktails, obviously.
All testers have so far approved. A few folks have asked me to make it for their parties or in one case a gaming convention. This is the first time I've made the recipe public.


I like it fine, but I personally prefer to just drink a few oz of The Knot with a tiny bit of ice or a solid cube. 3 or 4 in a couple hours usually has me good for the night.  :)

So what IS your flavor then LMNO?
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: LMNO on October 03, 2015, 02:27:20 pm
Four ounces of Rye. One ounce of Italian Rossi vermouth. Bitters. Ice.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: The Wizard Joseph on October 03, 2015, 09:24:01 pm
Four ounces of Rye. One ounce of Italian Rossi vermouth. Bitters. Ice.

Have to try it sometime! Sounds like a hammer to the head, and I like a strong drink!
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on October 04, 2015, 03:35:08 pm
Grapefruit Shandy:

2/3 American lager (Rainier is the best for this)
1/3 pink grapefruit juice

Serve ice cold.

Drink all night, you basically can't get fucked up from this.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: The Wizard Joseph on October 04, 2015, 04:53:26 pm
Grapefruit Shandy:

2/3 American lager (Rainier is the best for this)
1/3 pink grapefruit juice

Serve ice cold.

Drink all night, you basically can't get fucked up from this.

I've had a few bottled lemon shandy drinks, but will have to make me some of this.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: Dubya on October 08, 2015, 01:53:41 am
Grapefruit Shandy:

2/3 American lager (Rainier is the best for this)
1/3 pink grapefruit juice

Serve ice cold.

Drink all night, you basically can't get fucked up from this.

Reminds me of what a couple of friends of mine used to drink when they wanted to party in the middle of the week and still be able to get to work the next day:

3 parts lager
1 part Gatorade
Ratio adjusted based on tolerance, taste. Idea being to cure the hangover before you get it.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on October 09, 2015, 02:14:36 am
Grapefruit Shandy:

2/3 American lager (Rainier is the best for this)
1/3 pink grapefruit juice

Serve ice cold.

Drink all night, you basically can't get fucked up from this.

Reminds me of what a couple of friends of mine used to drink when they wanted to party in the middle of the week and still be able to get to work the next day:

3 parts lager
1 part Gatorade
Ratio adjusted based on tolerance, taste. Idea being to cure the hangover before you get it.

Also good for that is the Sunny Hamosa, which is 2/3 Hamms and 1/3 Sunny Delight.

And, of course, any iteration of the michelada.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: Cainad (dec.) on October 09, 2015, 05:39:52 pm
1) Eater of Clowns
2) some cash
3) package store
4) Drink the Budweiser Clamato Chelada. Drink it, you fucking worm.



Also, THE CAINAD SPECIAL:

1) Johnny Walker Black label
2) Glass

This has less to do with my palette and more to do with not bothering to maintain a properly stocked booze supply.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: Eater of Clowns on October 09, 2015, 05:52:47 pm
1) Eater of Clowns
2) some cash
3) package store
4) Drink the Budweiser Clamato Chelada. Drink it, you fucking worm.




Also, THE CAINAD SPECIAL:

1) Johnny Walker Black label
2) Glass

This has less to do with my palette and more to do with not bothering to maintain a properly stocked booze supply.

Results may vary.

I maintain that drinking it while hanging out with Alty at a lake in Alaska while a bald eagle flew overhead was the most American thing that has ever happened to me.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: LMNO on October 09, 2015, 06:39:01 pm
And, of course, any iteration of the michelada.

I had a great one the other day... lime juice, Worcestershire Sauce, hot sauce, splash of tequila, beer.  It was more like a cocktail. 

Though the recipe that uses tomato juice is pretty good.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: The Wizard Joseph on October 09, 2015, 07:29:41 pm
1) Eater of Clowns
2) some cash
3) package store
4) Drink the Budweiser Clamato Chelada. Drink it, you fucking worm.




Also, THE CAINAD SPECIAL:

1) Johnny Walker Black label
2) Glass

This has less to do with my palette and more to do with not bothering to maintain a properly stocked booze supply.

Results may vary.

I maintain that drinking it while hanging out with Alty at a lake in Alaska while a bald eagle flew overhead was the most American thing that has ever happened to me.

 :dream:

Except that I would rather bring the kind of violence that gets you a private room for life than drink clamato ANYTHING.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: LMNO on October 09, 2015, 07:31:33 pm
The Budweiser Clamato Chelada abomination was from a Discordian Meatup a few years ago.  About a dozen or so of them met in CT and stayed the weekend in a house.  Amazingly, everyone survived.


There's a thread somewhere that tells the tale.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: The Wizard Joseph on October 09, 2015, 07:51:12 pm
I'm fond of the golden apple theme. This one's not really all that special and WILL probably make you puke if you try to binge on them. It's simple and a delightful desert or refreshment.

The Golden Boiler Bomb

Take 1 large glass (pint or larger, schooner preferably) of hard apple cider, I prefer Strongbow, and fill reserving the last 2 inches or so from the lip. Fill slowly pouring onto inner side of glass at a gentle angle to preserve as much carbonation in the liquid as possible. Agitate bottle of Goldschlager to aerate and distribute gold flakes. Pour Goldschlager into GLASS shotglass. Hold shotglass about 3 inches above center of the cider and drop in. The glass dropping mixes the brew and also releases carbonation that floats the gold flakes to the top of the beverage. It's pretty, refreshing, and tastes like apple pie.



The Budweiser Clamato Chelada abomination was from a Discordian Meatup a few years ago.  About a dozen or so of them met in CT and stayed the weekend in a house.  Amazingly, everyone survived.


There's a thread somewhere that tells the tale.

Wow! Freedom of speech and assembly are awesome, but I wonder how the founders would have felt had they known the ultimate consequences and been made to drink that. Glad nobody died.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: Q. G. Pennyworth on October 09, 2015, 08:04:13 pm
3/4 Juicy Juice
1/4 Shit Tier Vodka

Drink until everything is funny.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on October 09, 2015, 09:22:50 pm
3/4 Juicy Juice
1/4 Shit Tier Vodka

Drink until everything is funny.

 :lulz:
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: Nast on October 09, 2015, 10:14:25 pm
This thread keeps making me barf.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on October 09, 2015, 11:39:21 pm
This thread keeps making me barf.

(https://i.imgur.com/JH7Osld.jpg)
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on October 09, 2015, 11:45:15 pm
Nigelada:

12 oz beer
4 oz V8
1 tablespoon pickle juice
3 dashes fish sauce
2 dashes Valentino's (or to taste)
1 large lime wedge
1 pepperoncini
A dusting of black pepper

Drink as if you are a dying man in the desert.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: Nast on October 09, 2015, 11:48:16 pm
Nigelada:
1 pepperoncini

I read this as 1 pepperoni.

Someone needs to start garnishing mixed drinks with a single, delicate slice of pepperoni.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on October 09, 2015, 11:49:07 pm
Nigelada:
1 pepperoncini

I read this as 1 pepperoni.

Someone needs to start garnishing mixed drinks with a single, delicate slice of pepperoni.

That would be delicious in a Nigelada. I endorse this addition.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: Freeky on October 10, 2015, 02:03:18 am
40K Shotsies:

1 can Creme Soda per turn.

Add a shot of black rum for each objective you hold per turn, try to drink it before your next turn.  Pray to baby jesus that the game only lasts 5 turns, avoid holding all six objectives at one time.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: LMNO on October 10, 2015, 03:43:00 am
Nigelada:

12 oz beer
4 oz V8
1 tablespoon pickle juice
3 dashes fish sauce
2 dashes Valentino's (or to taste)
1 large lime wedge
1 pepperoncini
A dusting of black pepper

Drink as if you are a dying man in the desert.

INVALID.

Where's the dildo?
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on October 10, 2015, 03:44:45 am
Nigelada:

12 oz beer
4 oz V8
1 tablespoon pickle juice
3 dashes fish sauce
2 dashes Valentino's (or to taste)
1 large lime wedge
1 pepperoncini
A dusting of black pepper

Drink as if you are a dying man in the desert.

INVALID.

Where's the dildo?

The dildo is implicit.

Always.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: LMNO on October 10, 2015, 03:45:39 am
Ah, so THAT'S why I was walking funny today.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on October 10, 2015, 03:52:37 am
Ah, so THAT'S why I was walking funny today.

:thanks:
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: Dubya on October 10, 2015, 03:21:15 pm
3/4 Juicy Juice
1/4 Shit Tier Vodka

Drink until everything is funny.

Reminds me of the time I ordered a Tom Collins in a crappy club in Juarez.

The result, as near as I can reconstruct it:

12 oz Sprite
1 shot rotgut gin
Splash fake lime juice

After the first 2 or 3, it becomes increasingly difficult to tell the difference between this and an actual Tom Collins.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: trippinprincezz13 on October 13, 2015, 07:55:43 pm
Nigelada:
1 pepperoncini

I read this as 1 pepperoni.

Someone needs to start garnishing mixed drinks with a single, delicate slice of pepperoni.

 :lol:  When we've had it in the house, my boyfriend's added a slice of pepperoni with a slice/cube of sharp cheddar (which is always in the house) as a garnish to our Bloody Mary's. Which are always great, and on occasion he's made more in a michelada style.

Nigelada:

12 oz beer
4 oz V8
1 tablespoon pickle juice
3 dashes fish sauce
2 dashes Valentino's (or to taste)
1 large lime wedge
1 pepperoncini
A dusting of black pepper


We've used pickle juice in our Bloody Mary's/quasi-cheladas before, but hadn't thought of fish sauce. I will have to try next time (and/or just replicate this whole recipe) since that sounds like it could add a nice bit of flavor.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on October 14, 2015, 12:44:26 am
Nigelada:
1 pepperoncini

I read this as 1 pepperoni.

Someone needs to start garnishing mixed drinks with a single, delicate slice of pepperoni.

 :lol:  When we've had it in the house, my boyfriend's added a slice of pepperoni with a slice/cube of sharp cheddar (which is always in the house) as a garnish to our Bloody Mary's. Which are always great, and on occasion he's made more in a michelada style.

Nigelada:

12 oz beer
4 oz V8
1 tablespoon pickle juice
3 dashes fish sauce
2 dashes Valentino's (or to taste)
1 large lime wedge
1 pepperoncini
A dusting of black pepper


We've used pickle juice in our Bloody Mary's/quasi-cheladas before, but hadn't thought of fish sauce. I will have to try next time (and/or just replicate this whole recipe) since that sounds like it could add a nice bit of flavor.

It adds a really nice salty richness... clam juice is traditional, but I definitely prefer the fish sauce.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on October 14, 2015, 12:50:58 am
As sunny days give way to autumn chill and rain, it's time to shelve the shandies and move to something a little more wintery; that old Pacific Northwest classic, milk beer, aka bilk.

This recipe works best with a Porter or a Stout but any rich smooth low-hop ale will work.

3/4 beer
1/4 milk or half-and-half
Pinch of ground cardamom



Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: Don Coyote on October 14, 2015, 01:53:16 am
As sunny days give way to autumn chill and rain, it's time to shelve the shandies and move to something a little more wintery; that old Pacific Northwest classic, milk beer, aka bilk.

This recipe works best with a Porter or a Stout but any rich smooth low-hop ale will work.

3/4 beer
1/4 milk or half-and-half
Pinch of ground cardamom

That sounds delicious.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: The Wizard Joseph on October 14, 2015, 03:53:26 am
As sunny days give way to autumn chill and rain, it's time to shelve the shandies and move to something a little more wintery; that old Pacific Northwest classic, milk beer, aka bilk.

This recipe works best with a Porter or a Stout but any rich smooth low-hop ale will work.

3/4 beer
1/4 milk or half-and-half
Pinch of ground cardamom

That sounds delicious.

I must disagree. It might prove to in fact be delightful, but my brain is simply not willing to put the equation milk+beer=yum in with the "true" stuff.

That's not to say I won't try it, but skeptical wizard is skeptical.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: Don Coyote on October 14, 2015, 04:05:12 am
As sunny days give way to autumn chill and rain, it's time to shelve the shandies and move to something a little more wintery; that old Pacific Northwest classic, milk beer, aka bilk.

This recipe works best with a Porter or a Stout but any rich smooth low-hop ale will work.

3/4 beer
1/4 milk or half-and-half
Pinch of ground cardamom

That sounds delicious.

I must disagree. It might prove to in fact be delightful, but my brain is simply not willing to put the equation milk+beer=yum in with the "true" stuff.

That's not to say I won't try it, but skeptical wizard is skeptical.

I bet it's similar to putting milk in coffee.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: Cainad (dec.) on October 14, 2015, 04:17:36 am
As sunny days give way to autumn chill and rain, it's time to shelve the shandies and move to something a little more wintery; that old Pacific Northwest classic, milk beer, aka bilk.

This recipe works best with a Porter or a Stout but any rich smooth low-hop ale will work.

3/4 beer
1/4 milk or half-and-half

at first I was like  :?

but then you said

Pinch of ground cardamom

and then I was like :fap:

gonna try the heck out of this.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: The Wizard Joseph on October 14, 2015, 04:43:26 am
As sunny days give way to autumn chill and rain, it's time to shelve the shandies and move to something a little more wintery; that old Pacific Northwest classic, milk beer, aka bilk.

This recipe works best with a Porter or a Stout but any rich smooth low-hop ale will work.

3/4 beer
1/4 milk or half-and-half
Pinch of ground cardamom

That sounds delicious.

I must disagree. It might prove to in fact be delightful, but my brain is simply not willing to put the equation milk+beer=yum in with the "true" stuff.

That's not to say I won't try it, but skeptical wizard is skeptical.

I bet it's similar to putting milk in coffee.

I think I'm most hung up on the idea of carbonated milkstuffs. I also don't know what cardamom tastes like, just drawing a blank.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: LMNO on October 14, 2015, 04:50:29 am
I haven't really been drinking a lot of dairy in the first place, so combining that with beer is fairly unsettling at the moment.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: The Wizard Joseph on October 14, 2015, 06:12:20 am
I haven't really been drinking a lot of dairy in the first place, so combining that with beer is fairly unsettling at the moment.

I'm cautious about cream in alcohol drinks generally. Too much acid or alcohol and it's curdle time either in the glass or while drinking it. I have only 1 drink recipe that I trust for it and it requires a very specific vodka. Here's my best recollection of it.

2oz Vincent Van Gogh triple espresso vodka
(it's the only "coffee" vodka I know of that is actually made of coffee)

3oz Irish Cream
(the cheaper stuff like Feeny's is usually great. Bailey's is overpriced and overrated)

Chocolate syrup to taste
Lindor Truffle of choice

The key here is in bringing down the vodka alcohol content some before adding the Irish cream.

In shaker glass filled with ice add room temperature vodka and chocolate syrup if desired. Cap and shake until your hands feel the cold. Add room temp cream and shake again for a few more seconds, but not much more as further dilution is undesirable, this is martini strength. Pour into martini glass and add a speared truffle or two like olives.

I have no name for this one, but the caffeine in the vodka, sugars and Irish in the cream, and the easy way they go down tends to get people very chatty very quickly. Good for holiday get-togethers and "soft" interrogation.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: minuspace on October 14, 2015, 08:34:54 am
As sunny days give way to autumn chill and rain, it's time to shelve the shandies and move to something a little more wintery; that old Pacific Northwest classic, milk beer, aka bilk.

This recipe works best with a Porter or a Stout but any rich smooth low-hop ale will work.

3/4 beer
1/4 milk or half-and-half
Pinch of ground cardamom

That sounds delicious.

I must disagree. It might prove to in fact be delightful, but my brain is simply not willing to put the equation milk+beer=yum in with the "true" stuff.

That's not to say I won't try it, but skeptical wizard is skeptical.

I bet it's similar to putting milk in coffee.

Reminds me of Rivella:
Quote
://Many Germans find it really odd, but it is very common in its homeland, and you can get it everywhere there. What’s special about this drink is that it contains “lactoserum”, which is a milk extract (that tastes nothing like milk) that leaves an interesting aftertaste. Aforementioned Chabeso contains the same substance.

Rivella and beer may work for me.  I dunno.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on October 14, 2015, 03:20:56 pm
As sunny days give way to autumn chill and rain, it's time to shelve the shandies and move to something a little more wintery; that old Pacific Northwest classic, milk beer, aka bilk.

This recipe works best with a Porter or a Stout but any rich smooth low-hop ale will work.

3/4 beer
1/4 milk or half-and-half
Pinch of ground cardamom

That sounds delicious.

I must disagree. It might prove to in fact be delightful, but my brain is simply not willing to put the equation milk+beer=yum in with the "true" stuff.

That's not to say I won't try it, but skeptical wizard is skeptical.

It's surprisingly refreshing, and kind of oddly comforting at the same time. You wouldn't think it but its true. You have to use a fairly strong beer or the milk sort of washes out the flavor, though.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: The Wizard Joseph on October 14, 2015, 05:22:07 pm
As sunny days give way to autumn chill and rain, it's time to shelve the shandies and move to something a little more wintery; that old Pacific Northwest classic, milk beer, aka bilk.

This recipe works best with a Porter or a Stout but any rich smooth low-hop ale will work.

3/4 beer
1/4 milk or half-and-half
Pinch of ground cardamom

That sounds delicious.

I must disagree. It might prove to in fact be delightful, but my brain is simply not willing to put the equation milk+beer=yum in with the "true" stuff.

That's not to say I won't try it, but skeptical wizard is skeptical.

It's surprisingly refreshing, and kind of oddly comforting at the same time. You wouldn't think it but its true. You have to use a fairly strong beer or the milk sort of washes out the flavor, though.
:lulz:
I can just see the face of the liquor store attendant when I ask for a recommendation on a low-hop ale that has a flavor strong enough to blend with milk and not be overpowered.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on October 16, 2015, 07:15:27 pm
As sunny days give way to autumn chill and rain, it's time to shelve the shandies and move to something a little more wintery; that old Pacific Northwest classic, milk beer, aka bilk.

This recipe works best with a Porter or a Stout but any rich smooth low-hop ale will work.

3/4 beer
1/4 milk or half-and-half
Pinch of ground cardamom

That sounds delicious.

I must disagree. It might prove to in fact be delightful, but my brain is simply not willing to put the equation milk+beer=yum in with the "true" stuff.

That's not to say I won't try it, but skeptical wizard is skeptical.

It's surprisingly refreshing, and kind of oddly comforting at the same time. You wouldn't think it but its true. You have to use a fairly strong beer or the milk sort of washes out the flavor, though.
:lulz:
I can just see the face of the liquor store attendant when I ask for a recommendation on a low-hop ale that has a flavor strong enough to blend with milk and not be overpowered.

 :lulz:
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: Don Coyote on October 18, 2015, 02:29:11 am
As sunny days give way to autumn chill and rain, it's time to shelve the shandies and move to something a little more wintery; that old Pacific Northwest classic, milk beer, aka bilk.

This recipe works best with a Porter or a Stout but any rich smooth low-hop ale will work.

3/4 beer
1/4 milk or half-and-half
Pinch of ground cardamom

That sounds delicious.

I must disagree. It might prove to in fact be delightful, but my brain is simply not willing to put the equation milk+beer=yum in with the "true" stuff.

That's not to say I won't try it, but skeptical wizard is skeptical.

It's surprisingly refreshing, and kind of oddly comforting at the same time. You wouldn't think it but its true. You have to use a fairly strong beer or the milk sort of washes out the flavor, though.
:lulz:
I can just see the face of the liquor store attendant when I ask for a recommendation on a low-hop ale that has a flavor strong enough to blend with milk and not be overpowered.

 :lulz:

I did this with some leftover Genesee cream ale, 2% milk, two dashes of ground cardamon, and a dash of ground cinnamon. After each ingredient was added I had my wife taste it.

She has no idea if she likes it or hates it. She kept making this wonderfully angry perplexed face.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: Nast on October 18, 2015, 07:01:59 am
Beer + milk sounds just sounds so very Old World to me.

Like, Baltic sea region circa 1300. It's fascinating.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: Dubya on October 18, 2015, 01:24:44 pm
Tried this with Mickey's and some cinnamon creamer. It was surprisingly good on the way down, but my stomach is still convinced that beer+milk=huurgh.

Oddly enough, it has no problem with vodka+milk, though.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on October 19, 2015, 03:24:17 pm
As sunny days give way to autumn chill and rain, it's time to shelve the shandies and move to something a little more wintery; that old Pacific Northwest classic, milk beer, aka bilk.

This recipe works best with a Porter or a Stout but any rich smooth low-hop ale will work.

3/4 beer
1/4 milk or half-and-half
Pinch of ground cardamom

That sounds delicious.

I must disagree. It might prove to in fact be delightful, but my brain is simply not willing to put the equation milk+beer=yum in with the "true" stuff.

That's not to say I won't try it, but skeptical wizard is skeptical.

It's surprisingly refreshing, and kind of oddly comforting at the same time. You wouldn't think it but its true. You have to use a fairly strong beer or the milk sort of washes out the flavor, though.
:lulz:
I can just see the face of the liquor store attendant when I ask for a recommendation on a low-hop ale that has a flavor strong enough to blend with milk and not be overpowered.

 :lulz:

I did this with some leftover Genesee cream ale, 2% milk, two dashes of ground cardamon, and a dash of ground cinnamon. After each ingredient was added I had my wife taste it.

She has no idea if she likes it or hates it. She kept making this wonderfully angry perplexed face.

We made it with a chocolate porter the other day. I thought it was delicious, Alty thought it was horrifying.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: Freeky on October 23, 2015, 09:48:01 pm
1/2 big bottle blood orange Italian soda
1 shot of apple pie moonshine


Yum.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: The Wizard Joseph on October 23, 2015, 10:31:37 pm
1/2 big bottle blood orange Italian soda
1 shot of apple pie moonshine


Yum.

They say never mix apples and oranges, but it is the tasty.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on October 24, 2015, 12:46:35 am
Ice
Double shot of bourbon
Orange juice
Top with unsweetened cranberry

Fuck yes.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: Freeky on October 24, 2015, 02:01:55 am
1/2 big bottle blood orange Italian soda
1 shot of apple pie moonshine


Yum.

They say never mix apples and oranges, but it is the tasty.

That's what wassail is.  Fuckin Delicialous apple cider with oranges in.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: The Wizard Joseph on October 24, 2015, 04:40:39 am
1/2 big bottle blood orange Italian soda
1 shot of apple pie moonshine


Yum.

They say never mix apples and oranges, but it is the tasty.

That's what wassail is.  Fuckin Delicialous apple cider with oranges in.

Wassail? I've only ever heard of it in context of a vampire RPG by White Wolf. It's a permanent state of frenzied bloodlust that a truly debased vampire character can fall into. Not so sure you mean that, but you is clearly of da gamer folk so not sure you don't either.

Ever had a honeycrisp apple?
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: Q. G. Pennyworth on October 24, 2015, 04:33:49 pm
1/2 big bottle blood orange Italian soda
1 shot of apple pie moonshine


Yum.

They say never mix apples and oranges, but it is the tasty.

That's what wassail is.  Fuckin Delicialous apple cider with oranges in.

Wassail? I've only ever heard of it in context of a vampire RPG by White Wolf. It's a permanent state of frenzied bloodlust that a truly debased vampire character can fall into. Not so sure you mean that, but you is clearly of da gamer folk so not sure you don't either.

Ever had a honeycrisp apple?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wassail
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: The Wizard Joseph on October 24, 2015, 05:37:48 pm
1/2 big bottle blood orange Italian soda
1 shot of apple pie moonshine


Yum.

They say never mix apples and oranges, but it is the tasty.

That's what wassail is.  Fuckin Delicialous apple cider with oranges in.

Wassail? I've only ever heard of it in context of a vampire RPG by White Wolf. It's a permanent state of frenzied bloodlust that a truly debased vampire character can fall into. Not so sure you mean that, but you is clearly of da gamer folk so not sure you don't either.

Ever had a honeycrisp apple?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wassail

Thanks!

I never considered toast as a drink ingredient. The practice of wassailing as described seems about right. The gaming concept just got some extra creepy points as the reference is to a revel of drinking and that's kinda what happens when their version of a vampire irrevocably snaps.

Might look into this some more. The orchards around the Mississippi are plentiful. Why, the "Apple Capital Of Minnesota" is right across the river.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: Freeky on October 31, 2015, 10:48:34 pm
1/2 big bottle blood orange Italian soda
1 shot of apple pie moonshine


Yum.

They say never mix apples and oranges, but it is the tasty.

That's what wassail is.  Fuckin Delicialous apple cider with oranges in.

Wassail? I've only ever heard of it in context of a vampire RPG by White Wolf. It's a permanent state of frenzied bloodlust that a truly debased vampire character can fall into. Not so sure you mean that, but you is clearly of da gamer folk so not sure you don't either.

Ever had a honeycrisp apple?

...Yes?
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: The Wizard Joseph on December 19, 2015, 05:26:56 am
1/2 big bottle blood orange Italian soda
1 shot of apple pie moonshine


Yum.

They say never mix apples and oranges, but it is the tasty.

That's what wassail is.  Fuckin Delicialous apple cider with oranges in.

Wassail? I've only ever heard of it in context of a vampire RPG by White Wolf. It's a permanent state of frenzied bloodlust that a truly debased vampire character can fall into. Not so sure you mean that, but you is clearly of da gamer folk so not sure you don't either.

Ever had a honeycrisp apple?

...Yes?

Not really sure where I was going with this, but I think it was me leading into my "apple pie" recipe and wishing I had access to honeycrisp cider for it.

Can't remember the exact recipe though... I think it went like this.


2 1gal jugs of apple cider
1 liter of Everclear
5 large cinnamon sticks
1 lb of fine buckwheat(dark) honey
1 large funnel
3 feet heavy cotton string
1 coffee filter
1 3+ gal sauce pot & snug lid
1 ladle

Pour cider into pot and set to med heat.
Wrap cinnamon in coffee filter, break if necessary but don't crush, and tie off with string leaving a length to pull with.
Add honey to warming cider and stir until mostly dissolved.
Add cinnamon packet leaving string out over the side, packet should be about mid way up side of pan, put lid on pot securing string outside.
Once pot is emitting visible steam set heat to low and leave for a couple hours.
Pull up cinnamon packet by string and press gently against side of pot with ladel, if you feel the cinnamon easily crush withdraw packet, if not put back and repeat every 30 mins until it does give.
Give a stir and remove entirely from heat.
Keep covered and allow to cool to nearly room temp, stirring with ladle occasionally.
 
DO NOT PROCEED WITH CIDER THAT IS STILL STEAMING! ALCOHOL WILL EVAPORATE AND REDUCE POTENCY AT BEST OR COULD EXPLODE!!!!

Add Everclear and stir thoroughly.
Ladle contents back into original bottles or mason jars, seal, and allow to cool in refrigerator overnight. Get as cold as possible without actually freezing. Makes a nice shooter, but be ye warned! It's nearly without burn and is quite potent.

This became a basis for the much more mild Golden Apple Potion after a few hard lessons learned. Hope folks enjoy!
Title: A New Year's drink to relish
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on December 23, 2015, 07:52:12 am
While experimenting with gin for the perfect holiday drink, Alty came up with something amazing.

The Sweet Pickletini:

3 parts gin
2 parts vermouth
Generous splash sweet gherkin juice
Shake vigorously with ice
Strain into martini glass
Garnish with gherkin

If desired, add a dash of fish sauce. This might sound weird, but balanced against the spicy undertones of the sweet pickle seasoning, which usually contains mustard seed, turmeric, and garlic, the salty umami of the fish sauce brings out a sort of cold Asian-salad refreshing flavor.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: Freeky on December 24, 2015, 11:02:39 pm

1 lb of fine buckwheat(dark) honey

I have only ever seen orange blossom, clover, wild flower and mesquite honeys, which are all light colored.  That's probably a regional thing.

Quote
DO NOT PROCEED WITH CIDER THAT IS STILL STEAMING! ALCOHOL WILL EVAPORATE AND REDUCE POTENCY AT BEST OR COULD EXPLODE!!!!


I sense a story behind this.
Title: Re: A New Year's drink to relish
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on December 26, 2015, 06:06:15 pm
Alty's done it again -

The Spicy Thai Ginger Noodletini:

2 slices of jalapeno, gently muddled
A generous pour of ginger syrup
Juice from 1/4 lime
Vodka

Shake with ice, strain

Garnish with peanut, noodle, cilantro
Title: Re: A New Year's drink to relish
Post by: Cainad (dec.) on December 30, 2015, 11:50:13 pm
Alty's done it again -

The Spicy Thai Ginger Noodletini:

2 slices of jalapeno, gently muddled
A generous pour of ginger syrup
Juice from 1/4 lime
Vodka

Shake with ice, strain

Garnish with peanut, noodle, cilantro

 :fap:
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED
Post by: Brother Mythos on January 01, 2016, 07:42:38 am
General Ripper:

2 parts Pure-Grain Alcohol (190 proof high-test)
1 part Distilled Water, or Rain Water (HEALTH WARNING: Do not substitute Fluoridated Water!)
Shaken, not stirred.


As USAF Brigadier General Jack D. Ripper once asked, “Have you never wondered why I drink only distilled water, or rainwater, and only pure-grain alcohol?”

And further asked, “Have you ever heard of a thing called fluoridation, fluoridation of water?”

(http://i44.photobucket.com/albums/f5/ExoMani/Gen.%20Jack%20D.%20Ripper.jpg) (http://s44.photobucket.com/user/ExoMani/media/Gen.%20Jack%20D.%20Ripper.jpg.html)
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: stalintom on January 14, 2016, 08:36:12 am
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Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: The Wizard Joseph on January 18, 2016, 12:49:48 am

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Ok mysterious link is mysterious, I guess.

Here's a specialty I made for a friend's art gallery event. I wasn't going to share this one, but in such a high demand market... ok. But please consider sharing something in return.

The Virgin Blood Spritzer

1 bottle room temperature cherry wine (I used New Glarus specifically)
7up or other highly carbonated lemon-lime soda, cold
Vodka, ice cold
Ice, solid
Large shaker glass
A 6 oz.+ clear, uncolored glass or party cup per serving, no ice

Grenadine to taste if you're a weakling and want it sweet, for some reason.

Into shaker FILLED with ice, making up to three :fnord: 6oz servings at a time, add per serving 1oz vodka, 3oz 7up, 1oz cherry wine per serving, no Grenadine. The extra ounce of liquid will come off the ice in the shaker.

shake until your hands feel frosty while holding the cap tightly down to prevent the CO2 from escaping. Set shaker glass down dramatically while maintaining pressure on the cap and allow to settle for about 10 seconds. Release pressure from cap, it should pop off readily with a satisfying noise and might get away from you if you're not careful.

 Pour out servings into glasses and offer to sweeten if desired pouring a few drops of room temp Grenadine at a time. If the Grenadine is added it tends to spread in cool looking patterns from temperature difference and chemical makeup. Play up the Grenadine as a "special ingredient" as much as you like.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on January 18, 2016, 05:17:34 am
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 :lulz: Nice edit, Faust. Makes this bot 1000% more enjoyable.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on January 18, 2016, 05:18:49 am

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Ok mysterious link is mysterious, I guess.

Here's a specialty I made for a friend's art gallery event. I wasn't going to share this one, but in such a high demand market... ok. But please consider sharing something in return.

The Virgin Blood Spritzer

1 bottle room temperature cherry wine (I used New Glarus specifically)
7up or other highly carbonated lemon-lime soda, cold
Vodka, ice cold
Ice, solid
Large shaker glass
A 6 oz.+ clear, uncolored glass or party cup per serving, no ice

Grenadine to taste if you're a weakling and want it sweet, for some reason.

Into shaker FILLED with ice, making up to three :fnord: 6oz servings at a time, add per serving 1oz vodka, 3oz 7up, 1oz cherry wine per serving, no Grenadine. The extra ounce of liquid will come off the ice in the shaker.

shake until your hands feel frosty while holding the cap tightly down to prevent the CO2 from escaping. Set shaker glass down dramatically while maintaining pressure on the cap and allow to settle for about 10 seconds. Release pressure from cap, it should pop off readily with a satisfying noise and might get away from you if you're not careful.

 Pour out servings into glasses and offer to sweeten if desired pouring a few drops of room temp Grenadine at a time. If the Grenadine is added it tends to spread in cool looking patterns from temperature difference and chemical makeup. Play up the Grenadine as a "special ingredient" as much as you like.

Sounds sweet, but good.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: The Wizard Joseph on January 18, 2016, 02:37:41 pm

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Ok mysterious link is mysterious, I guess.

Here's a specialty I made for a friend's art gallery event. I wasn't going to share this one, but in such a high demand market... ok. But please consider sharing something in return.

The Virgin Blood Spritzer

1 bottle room temperature cherry wine (I used New Glarus specifically)
7up or other highly carbonated lemon-lime soda, cold
Vodka, ice cold
Ice, solid
Large shaker glass
A 6 oz.+ clear, uncolored glass or party cup per serving, no ice

Grenadine to taste if you're a weakling and want it sweet, for some reason.

Into shaker FILLED with ice, making up to three :fnord: 6oz servings at a time, add per serving 1oz vodka, 3oz 7up, 1oz cherry wine per serving, no Grenadine. The extra ounce of liquid will come off the ice in the shaker.

shake until your hands feel frosty while holding the cap tightly down to prevent the CO2 from escaping. Set shaker glass down dramatically while maintaining pressure on the cap and allow to settle for about 10 seconds. Release pressure from cap, it should pop off readily with a satisfying noise and might get away from you if you're not careful.

 Pour out servings into glasses and offer to sweeten if desired pouring a few drops of room temp Grenadine at a time. If the Grenadine is added it tends to spread in cool looking patterns from temperature difference and chemical makeup. Play up the Grenadine as a "special ingredient" as much as you like.

Sounds sweet, but good.

It is sweet, but also tart with a bitter aftertaste from the bone dry New Glarus cherry wine. The few drops of Grenadine mitigate the bitterness some, but I like it without that myself. They're very refreshing on a warm summer day.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: Angel? on January 27, 2016, 09:15:03 pm

2 Parts lowest-shelf flavored vodka (Citrus flavor for best results?).
1 Parts Soy Sauce (Low sodium soy sauce is for punks).

"A shot of salty surprise"
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: Nast on January 27, 2016, 10:17:01 pm

2 Parts lowest-shelf flavored vodka (Citrus flavor for best results?).
1 Parts Soy Sauce (Low sodium soy sauce is for punks).

"A shot of salty surprise"

WTF? :lol:
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: The Wizard Joseph on January 27, 2016, 11:27:46 pm

2 Parts lowest-shelf flavored vodka (Citrus flavor for best results?).
1 Parts Soy Sauce (Low sodium soy sauce is for punks).

"A shot of salty surprise"

WTF? :lol:

Pretty sure actually an angel. No one with an actual palate would do that and recommend it to others.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: LMNO on January 28, 2016, 01:18:34 am
I have to be honest... I want to try it.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: Nast on January 28, 2016, 01:58:01 am
I have to be honest... I want to try it.

It could be the basis for a ponzu-flavored martini! Might be good...
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: The Wizard Joseph on January 28, 2016, 03:07:39 am
I have to be honest... I want to try it.

It could be the basis for a ponzu-flavored martini! Might be good...

It occurred to me that it might not be so bad to sip on while eating sushi.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: Nephew Twiddleton on January 28, 2016, 04:04:33 am
The Budweiser Clamato Chelada abomination was from a Discordian Meatup a few years ago.  About a dozen or so of them met in CT and stayed the weekend in a house.  Amazingly, everyone survived.


There's a thread somewhere that tells the tale.

True story.

Budweiser Clamato Chelada. The drink that Twid refused to try.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: Eater of Clowns on January 28, 2016, 12:17:53 pm
The Budweiser Clamato Chelada abomination was from a Discordian Meatup a few years ago.  About a dozen or so of them met in CT and stayed the weekend in a house.  Amazingly, everyone survived.


There's a thread somewhere that tells the tale.

True story.

Budweiser Clamato Chelada. The drink that Twid refused to try.
http://principiadiscordia.com/forum/index.php?topic=29349.0 (http://principiadiscordia.com/forum/index.php?topic=29349.0)

:)
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: Nephew Twiddleton on January 28, 2016, 06:51:56 pm
The Budweiser Clamato Chelada abomination was from a Discordian Meatup a few years ago.  About a dozen or so of them met in CT and stayed the weekend in a house.  Amazingly, everyone survived.


There's a thread somewhere that tells the tale.

True story.

Budweiser Clamato Chelada. The drink that Twid refused to try.
http://principiadiscordia.com/forum/index.php?topic=29349.0 (http://principiadiscordia.com/forum/index.php?topic=29349.0)

:)

Best damn write up for an unholy combination I've ever read
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on January 31, 2016, 01:10:18 am

2 Parts lowest-shelf flavored vodka (Citrus flavor for best results?).
1 Parts Soy Sauce (Low sodium soy sauce is for punks).

"A shot of salty surprise"

This one's a keeper.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: The Wizard Joseph on February 01, 2016, 03:14:37 pm
The Budweiser Clamato Chelada abomination was from a Discordian Meatup a few years ago.  About a dozen or so of them met in CT and stayed the weekend in a house.  Amazingly, everyone survived.


There's a thread somewhere that tells the tale.

True story.

Budweiser Clamato Chelada. The drink that Twid refused to try.
http://principiadiscordia.com/forum/index.php?topic=29349.0 (http://principiadiscordia.com/forum/index.php?topic=29349.0)

:)

Best damn write up for an unholy combination I've ever read

It's like an extreme Stoic exercise where instead of fighting and mastering a natural impulse like spitting out a mouthful of water when thirsty or going without a coat during a winter walk instead you find new and more horrible things to endure than nature intended.

Sucking down the Budweiser Clamato Chileda when you're not even drunk yet, as a starter, has to be some kind of mark of grim mastery.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: Reverend What's-His-Name? on February 13, 2016, 01:10:20 am
Went on a cruiseship recently and tried a bunch of different concoctions.  My favorite was the Rockstar.  Don't remember what the fuck was in it, but maybe that was the point.
Title: Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
Post by: The Wizard Joseph on November 30, 2021, 02:43:51 am
3 Goddesses Black Blood Wine Spritzer

Equal proportions

A'Siciliana Aranciata Sicilian
blood orange soda consecrated to Eris

Arbor Mist Blackberry Merlot
Consecrated to Lady Nola (New Orleans)

Five Reasons Cabarnet Sauvignon
Consecrated to Oya, Orisha of storms, change, and magic

Pour the each wine one after the other into a serving container and let it splash while pouring to aerate and mix.

Pour blood orange soda in gently at a steep angle to preserve carbonation.

Stir gently but with increasing swiftness until a clear funnel forms in the liquid.

Withdraw stirring device and allow the liquid to settle into stillness naturally.

Pour into broad red wine glass or brandy snifter and serve at room temperature.

CAUTION: A heady sensation will occour with relatively little libation. You're sucking down A LOT of power related to Change and Chaos in addition to any chemical effect.