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    IncGamers Member ael's Avatar
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    Mulled beer

    Hello! Long time forum lurker here ..

    I am planning on making some mulled beer this year around my family. I remember waaay back we had a thread about actually brewing the stuff, so I have to ask, as I know you beer lovers are out there.

    What are your experiences, I never tried mulling anything but wine. Even for that, I used a pre-bought mixture of spices. I really want to give a try to the real stuff now though, and I found sooo many recipes, and some of them I actually find gross .. Adding a yolk to mulled beer ? No thanks. But then again maybe that is a good thing to do and I just don't know it.

    Anyways, any tips/experiences/recipes/free beers are welcome.

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    Re: Mulled beer

    Mulled Wine and Cider I have done but not beer/ale/mead.
    If it turns out bad Quaff (spill a lot of) it.
    What kind of Iron mugs and spices are you using?


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    Re: Mulled beer

    Yeah, i've only done grape juice. Heh. I have had lavendar beer. That was. . . interesting. It wasn't bad the first few sips then the lavendar got stronger and stronger and then it tasted like hops and soap.

    Good luck!! Let us know how it comes out!

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    Re: Mulled beer



    I was Mulling over this Beer Fact.


    Jimmy Carter de-regulated the beer market making it possible for craft brew.In 1979, Carter de-regulated the beer market, which had been tightly controlled since the end of prohibition.

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