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Old 05-22-2012, 11:25 PM   #1
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Explanation needed

Apparently you can make ice cubes from your left over beer to have later.

But I am confused and I need someone to explain to me

"What is left over beer?"
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Old 05-22-2012, 11:41 PM   #2
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The 12 pack you forgot you had or didn't see....or couldn't see because of the case you already drank!!!
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Old 05-23-2012, 09:34 AM   #3
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Boy, that's going to be some cold beer, what with the alcohol in the beer lowering the freezing point. Interesting aside, though... a tried-and-true non-distill method of making an interesting desert wine is to take wine and freeze it. Crush the ice and put it in a strainer above a container. Let the ice melt. The alcohol-rich first melt will be a nicely concentrated beverage. You can also accomplish the same thing by putting a largish container of Your Favourite Low-Alcohol Beverage in the freezer and constantly stirring it. As ice forms skim it out and discard. The resultant liquid has quite a kick to it.
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Old 05-23-2012, 12:31 PM   #4
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Left over beer is also good for the garden, lawn, potted plants in small doses!
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In the garden it is the standard bait for slugs.
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In the garden it is the standard bait for slugs.


And much more! I use it for a green up tonic. Once had a new neighbor ask me what was in my tonic. I gave him the recipe, he said it would be a cold day, in you know where before he wasted his beer on his lawn!


A week later there was a message on my voice mail............. Hey Robin, what was that lawn tonic recipe you used? LOL........ We had just bought the house and the lawn was horrible. Within a week of me getting tonic on it, plus mowing and weeding it looked like a golf course! The old fart started using his beer! This city kid knew something he didn't!
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In the garden it is the standard bait for slugs.
And Earwigs
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And Teenagers.
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Ummm, baiting teenagers with beer can get you in trouble, depending on your jurisdiction.
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Ummm, baiting teenagers with beer can get you in trouble, depending on your jurisdiction.
Oh... the "baiting" is the fun part. You put an empty, but still fragrant, can under a box with a stick holding it up. When the teenager gets under the box to hide and drink the beer you pull out the stick!

You can have HOURS of fun with a Teenager In A Box(tm). It's such fun to hear them Weep and Moan and Wail and Gnash Their Teeth when you pipe in recordings of The Mystic Moods Orchestra and Melachrino Strings into their little pen. Bwhahahahahahaha.
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Gotta try that with my soon to be 18 year old. Think that will make him move out?
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Who the heck has beer left over?
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Leftover beer is that yellow stuff that you normally flush... why would you want to make ice cubes from it is beyond me.....
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Left over beer?? That's those ones you have to pour out in the morning, typically with a cigarette butt floating in them.
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