Serve Safe, Drink Safe, Do the Right Thing – Asheville Alcohol Safety Campaign

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How many have I had tonight Chris? I’ve had at least 2 doubleshots of Jameson, I’ve had 2-3 beers, plus 2 or 3 more here. I mean, a bunch. So you could order 20 drinks in a bar and they would keep serving you? Yes. See, now I see where your exposè is going. Yes, […]

DIY Alcohol Ink Mugs: Brighten up your morning coffee

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well hey there everyone Laurel beard here with a highly viewer requested video and that’s making your own coffee tea hot cocoa mug whatever your fancy all started with this photo I posted on Instagram and my email was lit up with requests on how to make them so here I am I’m gonna make […]

Swiss wine history & Swiss wines – interview with José Vouillamoz

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Jose, you just released your book on the history and grape varieties of Switzerland. Can you give us a brief history of Switzerland in terms of grape growing? Switzerland is a treasure trove for ampelographers Before going through history I need to give some numbers of the actual situation. We grow officially two hundred, more […]

ВИНО из ВИНОГРАДА. Часть 1. ENG SUB.

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Today I will share with you one of the recipes of Georgian wine-making Temperature change isn’t good for wine, so I’m making it in a basement Well fuck your mother bees overpowered I’ve finished crushing grapes Now I’ll just cover it The temperature here is 22 degrees It’s evening already and we need to stir […]

Capítulo: Drogas, alcohol y embarazo????| Caso Cerrado | Telemundo

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Alcohol Ink Lift with Stencil

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How To Grow Wine Cap Edible Organic Mushrooms: Wood Chips & Straw -Identify, Cultivate, Preserve

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Hi YouTubers. I’m Al Gracian from albopepper.com. It’s the beginning of September. I’m out here in the garden. And many people may be closing up shop here. But I have a nice crop of kale, broccoli. But something in particular that I want to show you today. In this edible landscape… what’s this? Check it […]

The Wine Grape Varieties of Bordeaux

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Bordeaux wines may seem complicated Compared to New World wines as they are almost always a blend of multiple grapes and they rarely state these blends on the labels However knowing the basic key varieties and Appellations within Bordeaux can really help you understand what is in each bottle 90% of Bordeaux’s production is red, […]

Lodi pops cork with ZinFest Wine Fest

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HEADING INTO THE BAY AREA. LET’S MOVE OVER TO MY COLLEAGUES WHO ARE ALL ENJOYING SOME WINE. DON’T DRINK AND DRIVE. THIS WEEKEND IS ONE OF OUR FAVORITE EVENTS. WE HAVE A WINE FROM FIELDS FAMILY WINERIES. YOU HAVE BEEN DRINKING YOUR ZINFANDEL. THAT’S RIGHT. THEY ARE HERE TO TALK ABOUT THIS BIG EVENT. FIRST, […]

One Chicago Stories | Alpana Singh

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My parents moved to the United States in 1975. I was born in 1976. My mom came on a Tourist Visa and I was born while she was on her Tourist Visa. So, her Tourist Visa expired and she took me back to Fiji while she applied for her permanent status. There was no running […]