Web Appraisal: German Mettlach Beer Stein, ca. 1907

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GUEST: I got it from my father. He brought it back from World War II, when he was stationed in Germany, about 1945. More than likely, he traded his cigarettes for it or something like that. APPRAISER: Many of the beer steins and tankards were brought back from Germany by soldiers after the first World […]

പാമ്പ്, ഉടുമ്പ്,സ്രാവ്,മാൻ വിഭവങ്ങൾ കഴിക്കാം|Vietnamese Snake Wine & Dry Fish Shop |Ameerali Vietnam

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Welcome to my new video I’m harees Ameerali currently here at Vietnam These are fins of the shark This is something that’s similar to Viagra These are consumed for energetic purpose They also use fins from other fishes as well These are dried fish or dried food items But these are really fancy compared to […]

Does a Lighter Work? Open Wine without Corkscrew

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What is up guys? Julien Miquel here of Social Vignerons. Welcome back to another wine video. So, have you ever found yourself in a position… of having a delicious bottle of wine that you want to enjoy with your friends, but no corkscrew around! Well, today I’m going to try to demonstrate how to open […]

Making Maple Syrup | How to Make Everything: Root Beer Float (3/7)

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When I made my sandwich from scratch, I attempted two different sugar sources. Sugar beets, which failed to grow, and honey for my root beer. I’m heading to Central Minnesota for yet another source of sugar. Maple syrup is derived from the sap of the maple tree. During the winter, the trees store starches in […]


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Ro: Hey guys it’s Ro, today I’m hanging out with my friend Justine! Justine: Hi! Ro: I love this gal! Justine: I love you! Ro: Earlier this year, we played the Starbucks Challenge, and I had so much Ro: fun, it was amazing! And I got so many requests from you guys to play Ro: […]

Ellen Takes a Look at the History of Drinking

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It’s April. Can you believe it’s April? [APPLAUSE] Spring break is here. People are going crazy. They’re drunk-dancing on tables, getting piercings in places that only a doctor should see. If you’re getting a piercing where you can only see it with a handheld mirror, I think that you’re drinking too much, I think. People […]

Trying PLAGUE WATER! (Traditional British Drinks😅🤮)

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Hi! Hi, Ollie. I’m Josh. …What?! Threw me off. I thought you were gonna go “Hi, I’m Josh.” Everyone knows. And he’s Ollie. That’s kind of undermining the intro here! Hi, I’m Josh! I’m Ollie… This is JOLLY! That wasn’t a very JOLLY intro but… Yeah, I feel quite Jolly! What we thought we’d do […]


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– Oh God. That smells horrible! – Cheers to having a great day. – ♪ (French accordion music) ♪ – (FBE) So today, you’ll be trying some foreign sodas. – Sodas! I love soda so much. I’m so excited! – (gasps) I love soda! I hope it’s Fanta. – I don’t think I’ve ever had […]

Scottish Man Tries Southern Craft Beers — Bless Your Rank

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– Dagummit I’m late for Bless Your Rank. (banjo music playing) – Welcome to Bless Your Rank. I am Matt and today I am gonna be trying Southern craft beers from the south. (giggling) (banjo music playing) So I’m originally from Scotland where we do have a good amount of craft beer. But today we’re […]

用祖傳手藝自釀米酒,30天出酒,你想喝嗎?Wine making with ancestral craftsmanship, 30 days out, do you want to drink?

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Bubble meters The steam is coming up It’s not hot anymore This is red yeast rice This cage is all right Is it so hard to take It’s too heavy. Can I give you some brown sugar Less pickle ok This is for dinner Dinner is out Eat a little more We’re almost done here […]