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Ginger Mint Shandy

  1. Mix a 3:1 ratio of chilled ginger beer to regular beer
  2. Add crushed mint leaves
  3. 1 full lemon worth of lemon juice
  4. Ginger syrup (combine chopped ginger with hot water and sugar and let it sit for 15 minutes)
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Foodie Friday-Fourth of July Sangria

Fireworks, BBQs, and drinks with friends and family are our favorite ways to celebrate independence! It is hot out there and the best way to cool off is with a refreshing holiday inspired sangria. 115 more words

I feel sorry for people who don’t drink. When they wake up in the morning, that’s as good as they’re going to feel all day

One of my favourite new discoveries:

Gordon’s gin, ginger beer, and cranberry juice! So delicious!

And a great quote below:

“I feel sorry for people who don’t drink. 30 more words


Lurking in trees writing down number plates: the life of a junior sleuth

I may have mentioned this before, but I love mystery. As a kid, most of the books I borrowed from the library or saved up my allowance for were about mysteries and the secret societies, clubs and gangs of kids who set out to solve them. 379 more words


Pimm's Cup

Pimm’s Cup is to England what the mojito is to Cuba or the mint julep is to America, a refreshing seasonal sipper that is both a source of national pride and international infatuation. 176 more words

Bits And Bobs

Drink Your Veggies: Vitameatavegamin Cocktail

Vitameatavegamin was a fictions health tonic that Lucy drank on the iconic “Lucy Does a TV Commercial“. This is arguably one of the most famous episodes of this classic TV show. 143 more words


How to Make Ginger Beer

Making your own ginger beer is cheap and doesn’t take all that much of your time. While the whole process takes approximately two weeks, very little of that is actually time that you spend on it – it only takes a couple of minutes of your time each day for the first week, an hour or so to prepare and bottle, and then you don’t need to touch it at all until it’s time to drink. 326 more words