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Do any of your characters make and/or sell alcohol? Is it alcohol that exists in real life, or is it particular to their setting? Are they even legally allowed to sell it?
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vintagepromotions · a day ago
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‘Keep a level head this Halloween.’
MIller beer advertisement warning on the dangers of drinking and driving (1991).
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oh good whiskey
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blanddcheadcanons · a day ago
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When the Titans celebrate Octoberfest, it is some of the wildest partying ever
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cheraph · a day ago
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If im not late, can i get a moodboard of a god of alcohol and trickery? Any colours you see fitting
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Looks a bit unconventional but hopefully you at least think its interesting :,))
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hellomydanishsweetheart · 6 months ago
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i’m 12 years old i’m 64 i’m over caffeinated im day drinking i’m taking two ibuprofen i’m on the brink of tears i’m staring into space i’m having a breakdown i’m mentally ill im doing pretty well actually! i’m the main character i’m a vermeer painting i’m a haunted doll
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worldcircus · 6 months ago
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The Making of a bourbon barrel. 
Side note -  The barrels themselves, even after burning/charring, aren't waterproof, but they are water resistent. In addition to adding smoky bourbony flavors the charring helps the wood absorb some of the liquid being stored in it, causing the wood to swell, which does make the barrel waterproof. However, they are not airtight. A whisky or bourbon barrel can lose 8-10% of total volume in the first year, and up to 60% in an 18 year bourbon. This is from a combination of evaporative loss and loss to the barrel. Evaporative loss is often referred to as "The Angel's Share" and affects the alcohol content of the liquid in the barrel, because water evaporates out leaving alcohol behind, while the distillate lost to the barrel is often called "The Devil's Cut", and generally does not affect the alcohol content of the distillate, as both alcohol and water soak into the wood.
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sandersstudies · 6 months ago
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Texting drunk husband is an experience.
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tiktoks-for-tired-tots · 3 months ago
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home alone! time to get high and drunk 😍
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