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Barley wine or Barleywine is a beer
style of strong ale originating in England. It is called a
barley wine because it can be as strong as wine; but since it is made
from grain rather than fruit it is in fact a beer...
Cerveza Preparada ("Prepared beer") is a
Mexican term for a mixed beer drink involving juices and/or sauces. In
English cerveza preparada would be considered a beer cocktail, or a
shandy. The drink dates back to the
1940s, when mixing beer with tomato juice and hot sauce or
salsa became popular in Mexico...
a beverage made from apple juice. Non-alcoholic and alcoholic varieties
are produced. Alcoholic beverages from cider are made from the fermented
juice of apples and are known in the U.S. and Canada as hard cider,
while non-alcoholic versions are known as apple cider. Alcoholic cider
varies in alcohol content from less than 3% ABV to 8.5% ABV or more...
Coquito is an
beverage traditionally served in Puerto Rico. It is made with egg yolks, rum,
coconut milk, coconut cream, sweet condensed milk, cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves.
The drink is commonly associated with the Christmas holidays...
Eggnog, also known as egg nog, is a sweetened dairy-based
beverage made with milk and/or cream, sugar and beaten eggs (which gives it a
frothy texture), and flavoured with ground cinnamon and nutmeg. Various liquors,
such as brandy, rum, whisky,
advocaat and/or liqueurs, are often added...
Mead is a fermented alcoholic beverage made of honey, water,
and yeast. It is sometimes known as "honey wine". Mead is independently multicultural. It is known from
many sources of ancient history throughout Europe, Africa and Asia. Its
origins are lost in prehistory; it can be regarded as the ancestor of
all fermented drinks.
Shandygaff or Shandy, a beverage first
invented in the United Kingdom, is beer flavoured with
ginger beer or ginger ale.
Carbonated lemonade or citrus-flavored soda may also be used. In German,
this type of drink is called a Radler (German for "Cyclist") in
Southern or Alster in Northern Germany. In French it is called a
Panaché (French for "mixed", "motley")...
Stout and porter are dark beers made using roasted
malt or barley, hops, water, and yeast. Stouts were traditionally the
generic term for the strongest or stoutest beers, typically 7% or 8%,
produced by a brewery...