Beer, wine, mixed drinks or hard liquor?
Yeah I kinda forgot about that. He told us in the other thread about getting hammered so I figured asking him what he likes to drink without thinking about his age. Sorry for the inappropriate question.
Haha, it's cool. Pretty sure the time you were talking about was either me makign a wisecrack about my proximity to Canada or Chozon editing my quote about getting hit hard at the restaurant one night.
That said, I normally just snag the leftover rum from baking, which is like a tablespoon, but there's a pint of mead fermenting somewhere cool and dark in my room and that's technically wine. That said, I'm probably not gonna let that get too far past an estimated 4-5% ABV, which I can do because I'm waaay out in a rural area so getting a hydrometer to determine the alcoholic content is easy
Since mead's technically a wine this isn't bootlegging btw. <_<
I'm inclined to agree with your notes on the difference in the drinking culture between the continents. For me, I've never really been at too much risk of being a drunk, or even getting drunk really, having been around my admittedly alcoholic grandpa all my life. I just don't see the point in wasting perfectly good leftovers, and the mead's a historical experiment, for which I gathered most of the ingredients naturally.
At first I was like "o luls Oro is under 21" and then I was like "...Yeeeeeaaaaaaah."
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