Well im building a drink hat and would like some tips for the tubes and for the can holders or could someone else post how they did theirs
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Does anyone have any plans or ideas for a DIY drinking water condenser? Something that can make water from the air would be fantastic, especially as climate change starts to have more and more of an impact on the availability of clean water. Electric powered should be fine, directly solar powered might be more difficult. Any thoughts?
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Aight, so I've come up with a cheerwine mixer, that (as far as I've seen) hasn't been made and named before, so I'm looking for awesome name suggestions, thanks! Cheerwine (12 oz glass bottle preferably) Approx 1 Tblsp Lime Juice (fresh is best, but more spensive/difficult) Splash of lemon Approx 1 shot Cherry Moonshine (More or less according to taste) Any Ideas?
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I enjoy the "bobo" drinks that are offered at stores and restaurants, most often where Southeast Asian food is sold. The "bobos" are large tapioca pearls added to a large variety of flavored, often creamy drinks (iced). I would love to make these at home.
I am in a place that does not sell Root Beer or the syrup to make it so I want to try to make it on my own. Any suggestions?
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Http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rgRzv2_6q9UThe description made me think of posting it here - "Dr. Mullins demonstrates how to make delicious wholesome booze out of boring old apples, using his 220V grinder, super-custom apple press with 12-ton car jack, and only the most sanitary laboratory conditions."Totally funny short video.
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My dad just got back from Burma. While he was there, he started drinking an instant ginger-based drink, but he could only manage to scrounge up one sachet of the drink to bring home. Unfortunately, nobody I know understands Burmese script, so we have no idea what else is in it apart from ginger. There must be something, else why the "2 in 1" tag? Anybody know what's in the drink? Or how to read the ingredients?
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So there are a lot of carbonators out there, and they all cost in the range of $50-$100, which is a lot, but the real cost comes form the co2 cartridges. So I was wondering.... why not just use compressed air? sure, it would take longer for all the co2 in the compressed air to reach equilibrium between the water and the air, but i do believe that if you let it sit for long enough, it would work. other gasses would also diffuse into the water, like oxygen, but since gasses are hard to taste, it shouldn't make a big difference. (co2 actually forms carboxylic acid, which tastes sour, but i can live with it not being exactly the right taste) all i have to test this theory is 115 psi from an air compressor... would this be enough?
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Hi everyone home bar guy here I love enjoying alchohol at home responsibly of course, and i also love making videos. So i combine the two to share recipes with anyone whose interested through the magic of instructables and youtube. If anyone has any cocktails or recipes they'd like me to try out and feature in my videos i'd love to give them a try. Thanks everyone. Instructables - home bar guy youtube - darryl logan
Topic by TheHomeBarGuy
I live in the stonch military town of Ft.hood/Killeen, so its a pain to find any artsy fartsy any thing, even good tea. and all we have (as far as i know) are these big corporation based stores (THEY'LL STEAL YOUR SOUL) so whats my best shot at getting some nice, fresh, injoyable, tea, with only these locations to choose from. -any instructables on good tea making? much love: grossgrowth
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This has always stumped me; however should not be confused with the question: "what goes with wine or how to pair wine?" I know that in theory, heartier wines pair well with heartier food; and that light, refreshing wines should pair with light, refreshing food. In practice, I agree that wines or beers tend to pair better with matching qualities in food. Whereas with all other beverages, I always feel that contrasting pairings work best. Dessert for me always requires a black, robust cup of coffee; and a cold, sweet Coke always goes very nicely with a savory lunch. The reason why these pairings work so well is because of their contrasts. So, what is so special about beer or wine that they pair better with food of similar characteristics?
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I had this idea for a cheap, easy composter, using an igloo type drink cooler. (considering purchase for this purpose) I think it just needs ventilation and straps to hold on the lid when mixing. (have these already) Anything else needed?
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I am trying to make a dishwashing station for camping, and I havn't been able to find a design for a pump that seems food-safe. The designs that I have found for DIY use petrolium jelly for a seal. I would prefer a foot pump, as most of the people that I camp with are young, short, or both. :-) Help for the DIY and physics impaired, please.
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In Science class we had some dry ice, and a friend put some in the bottom of a class of water, then drank the bubbling water. He said it was safe, and others did it with no apparent ill effects. I tried a little taste of the water and it tasted like mineral water. Is this safe?
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I would like to know how to make apple juice.
I want to make my own drink carbonation and I am having a hard time finding a suitable one way valve. I have considered using a bicycle or auto tire valve but I would much prefer to use something simple like this injector and valve that is used in the photo below. I have seen multiple products using this system and I am having a hard time finding a place where I can purchase the valves and injectors without buying them as part of a product. Any information would be greatly appreciated
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Which flavor do you like better?
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USB Drink Chiller & Warmer plugs into the USB port of any laptop or desktop Windows computer. Can be set to Warm or Chill a drink.
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This is a short piece I am doing on underage drinking for a paperAge? How much of a problem is teenage drinking? (0 = No problem, 10 = Huge problem)Briefly explain the answer given above (optional) :â€¦What age do you think is appropriate to begin drinking? What do you think the legal age to buy and drink alcohol should be? Do you think alcohol should be illegal?Yes/NoDo you think teenagers â€˜binge drinkâ€™ more than adults? Yes/No
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Im having a little get toghter with family and a few friends and my parents put me in charge in the "drinks" for everybody that has an "irish theme"
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So we have probably all had to deal with this. That sudden craving for nog, but alas it is summer and it is no where to be found. Why you may ask, because it is considered a freaking holiday beverage. I don't believe that it should be limited to just a few months. For I am a true lover of Egg Nog, i dream of it year round, but alas it has just hit the shelves at my local stores and will leave in 3 months time. It pains me to have to wait so long to taste its delicious nogginess. WWWWWHHHHYYYYY can't it be an everyday drink????????????
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need 8 sheets of paper 10 drinking straws glue to make it
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Were hearing all sorts of things about Perfect Empowered Drinking Water producing benefits beyond being a healthy drinking water. Is it more than just water? Are you making specific claims? Perfect Empowered Drinking WaterTM is drinking water, plain and simple. We have worked hard to make the best drinking water we can using the best-bottled water technologies we could find and developing our own as well. The result is a bottled drinking water that combines what we believe to be the best of the best ... a water worthy of its title- Perfect Empowered Drinking Water. http://www.drinkperfectwater.com/$5 per bottle$50 for a 24 packi can sell them to you.read the PDF it has allot of info
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I want to paint my bill miller bbq mug and decorate it and still be able to use it daily for drinking my tea. Is there a safe non-toxic method?
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I got a vacuum flask that resembles a shotgun shell for Christmas, but there is one problem - the brass comes off, as it is a cap, but when I push the button on the container, which I though was to drink from, water comes from around it, spilling it all over my chest. This seems like potentially dangerous flaw, as most people store hot drinks in their flasks. Any help would be appreciated!
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