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Displaced Hick
05-08-2009, 08:40 PM
I was reading the thread on the rattlesnake hooch and remembered I conversation I was having with my brother. It seems a friend of his has been living in China for the last 5 years and picked up a bottle of "wine" on a trip to Mongolia. The wine is made by fermenting horse milk. I have met this friend a few times back when we all lived around Golden.

What is the strangest alcohol you have ever tried or that someone you know has ever tried?

wildoates
05-08-2009, 10:19 PM
I don't much want to contemplate what strange things people have fermented, but I do have a story... Today I found a couple of carboys on Craigslist, along with the rest of the winemaking equipment a lady was getting rid of, including...TEN JARS OF WELCH'S GRAPE JELLY.

She made wine out of GRAPEJELLYFORCRYINGOUTLOUD. :eek:

Is it me, or is that just, ewwww?

Not as bad as a snake in a bottle of liquor, but still. GRAPE JELLY?

Is there some recipe for that on the internet somewhere?

I guess I could check, but I don't want my computer to think I've gone daft.

afdoty
05-08-2009, 10:48 PM
She made wine out of GRAPEJELLYFORCRYINGOUTLOUD. :eek:

Is it me, or is that just, ewwww?

Not as bad as a snake in a bottle of liquor, but still. GRAPE JELLY?

You never tried my attempt at a cyser made from Costco "organic apple" juice. Talk about ewwwwww..........

wildaho
05-09-2009, 12:47 AM
She made wine out of GRAPEJELLYFORCRYINGOUTLOUD. :eek:

Is it me, or is that just, ewwww?

Not as bad as a snake in a bottle of liquor, but still. GRAPE JELLY?

You never tried my attempt at a cyser made from Costco "organic apple" juice. Talk about ewwwwww..........afdoty,

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Wade