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I don't know if booze is /ck/ on-topic, but there isn't anywhere else to put this, so..
I recently started picking up 40oz like Colt 45 and my preferred King Cobra. The latter tastes pretty good (better than skunk beer or any shit like Bud/Miller/Coors/PBR/etc. especially for the price).
Is anyone else an avid malt liquor drinker?
Am I sacrificing too much of my health to get drunk for cheaper or is the health/calories around the same level as a more expensive, preferred beer (Kostritzer, Sam Adams, Stella Artois, etc.).
Mind you my money saving strategy has been a 40oz + a cheap bottle of Svedka vodka a week.
On the other hand it was 24$ on whiskey or 18+ on a 12 pack.
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Hey, I never come here, but I have a question for you guys.
I've recently become interested in the idea of brewing beer, or making wine - possibly with intention of producing them commercially (though on a very small scale). I'm also interested in distillation for business purposes, not for homebrew purposes. In particular, I would be making vodka from fermented watermelons.
Is this possible? Any tips on fermentation/distillation? Where would you recommend I start? How difficult is it to create a commercially viable product? Do you know if watermelon vodka is viable? Do you know if the vodka isn't viable, whether you could sell it as medical ethanol or industrial ethanol?
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Things you buy, knowing full well they will be of shit quality, but you get them anyway...and like them. Pic related, had this tonight. $2.10 of deliciousness. It's bad for you, and it's even less authentic mexican than taco bell, but I'll be damned if I just can't stop myself from buying this frozen gutbuster once in a while.