Sage Blossom Inn Menu
Here at the Sage Blossom Inn we have a wide variety of alcoholic beverages for you to choose from. We have mead, ale, wine of various types, and cider. We also offer harder liquors such as whiskey, gin, vodka, and brandy.
Ale is a fermented alcoholic beverage that is brewed from the same basic ingredients as lager beer. Different fermentation methods give it a different flavor. Ale generally has a stronger hop flavor and higher alcoholic content than beer.
Enjoy Your Mead or Ale Beverage in a Stein or Beer Mug From Zazzle
“Accept what life offers you and try to drink from every cup. All wines should be tasted; some should only be sipped, but with others, drink the whole bottle.”
― Paulo Coelho, Brida
Some of the Joy of Drinking Wine Comes From Choosing the Goblet
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Bourbon is a type of whiskey made in the United States, primarily from corn.
Scotch whiskey is made in Scotland and is made of barley, or a blend of barley and other grains.
Rye whiskey is mostly made in Canada and used to contain only Rye. However, is today's distilleries usually add other cereal mash such as corn or barley.
For a more detailed explanation of the different types of whiskey, go to Know your Whiskey: The Difference between Bourbon, Scotch, Rye, Irish
“Too much of anything is bad, but too much good whiskey is barely enough.”
Whiskey Bar Items for Entertaining or Just Relaxing
"But why is the rum gone?"
Captain Jack Sparrow
The origin of rum goes back to ancient China and India as a fermented drink made out of sugarcane juice. The distillation of rum became a favorite drink of the Caribbean in the 17th century, when slaves on the sugarcane plantations discovered they could make an alcoholic drink from the byproduct of the sugar refining process, molasses. The Royal Navy used a watered down version, known as grog, consumed by the Royal Navy.
It is not surprising that pirates drank rum as well, as many of them were recruited from disgruntled Navy sailors and privateers. Today many of the rum brands use pirate motifs and words, such as Captain Morgan and Kraken.
Don't Be Afraid - Invite Some Pirates To Your Home
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