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Allright, i have a Half-ORc paladin of Iomeade that is going to carry around with him several different types of mead. However, i have no idea how to do so without having 20 different 5 gallon barrels, or a carrying 50 different jugs?

Also, i need names of Different types of Rum, Ale, wine, beer, ect. as well as a basic description

I"ve thought of a few:

Kyonin Wheat Ale: Surprisingly dark and strong for an Elven brew.

Dwarven Honey Mead: Light colored sweet tasting beer brewed on mountain tops.

Scarab Sages

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Calistria's Joy, an expensive mead brewed from Wasp Honey. Has an almost oversweet taste, but with quite a bite at the end.

Shackles Water: An extremely cheap rum with which Shackles pirates keep their crews happy.

This is fun....

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Black Dog Rum

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Golden Hind Mead

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Dead Man's Stout - a very dark and bitter stout with a pungent smell
Hangman's Noose - A cheap, very strong rum, used by the underside of society

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see The wiki Alcoholic beverages page


Capt'n Morgan's - this rum ripens aboard a ship in barrels usually used for portwine and has to be gently shaken (not stirred!) at least once by the storms around the Eye of Abendego off the Garundi coast

Scarab Sages

I want to sample half the drinks they serve on Ilzmagorti. Yum.

There's a legend that when Admiral Nelson died, his body was sealed in a rum cask for transport back to England, and, when it arrived, it was discovered that the crew had punched a hole in the cask and siphoned out the rum (or brandy, versions vary), but also unintentionally pierced his body, so that his blood was also drained with the rum. As a result, true or false, rum was sometimes called 'Nelson's Blood.'

For a 'flavorful' rum legend, you could tell of a brewery owner named Forrest who disappeared mysteriously, and, a year later, when the large cask of rum was opened, he was found to have fallen into it, and his heirs went on and sold the rum anyway (after fishing him out of it...). Decades after this supposedly happened, people still sell rum that's supposed to be from that batch, or at least from that same cask, under the name 'Forrest's Final Rest' or something.

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Dwarven Extra Stout might have the consistency of molasses and be potent enough to make one's eyes water. Traditionally, a dollop is added to 'lesser' beer, ale or whiskey, to make it stronger, with the clump of darker liquid sinking slowly into the weaker beverage and dissolving. A more 'manly' practice is to dip one's finger into a small dish of the extra stout, rub it on one's teeth and then 'chase' it with ale. Dwarves who regularly engage in this practice will have a permanant dark stain on their gums, lips and / or finger.

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Elven Honey Mead is made by the priests of Calistria, who jealously guard the secrets to its manufacture. The honey of sacred wasps is said to be an ingredient, and it's effects on the inhibitions of elves is well-documented, as an elf (or half-elf) who consumes this sort of honey mead becomes hyperactive, uninhibited and prone to extremes of emotion and occasionally violent over-reactions, and yet one that has some thrillseeking elves coming back for more. The danger is part of the attraction, they say. Addiction can lead to paranoia.

Humans and most other races find Elven Honey Mead to be mildly sweet and barely alcoholic, and it is popular among halflings as a sweetener for some foods and as a pacificier for fussy children. Dwarves can barely taste the subtle sweetness, and dismissively call it 'elf-water.'


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Asmodeus's hellfire: A chelaxian whiskey known to be immensly harsh. It is brewed nearly eveyrwhere in cheliax, resulting in numerous variations. However, those brewed in Asmodian temples are often enchanted so that when the cork on a bottle is opened, an illusion of a demonic creature leaps out, sometimes with praises of Asmodeus.


I always thought a beverage table was missing from the gamemastery guide that wikilink helps.


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Dragon Water: A weak alcholholic Beverage brewed by the Sewer Dragons of Absalom, used mostly to combat the various amoutn of parasites and diseases infesting water.

Calistra's Duty: Created from Yellow Jacket Honey, This wonderful, sweet brew is served in Calistrian Temples. It is served as a sacretment in Calistrian ceremonies.

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sanwah68 wrote:

Golden Hind Mead

I see what you did there :D

Kraken's Ink, very black and very messy. Captain Bonefist's bowel bruiser, no explanations there. Linnormspit, popular in the north and Besmara's Finest, rare and expensive.

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From 2nd Ed Complete Dwarves handbook:

Equipment: Battleragers usually carry wineskins containing a vile concoction of fermented goat's milk, distilled mold and herbs "gutshaker" or "gutsquisher". They are the only creatures known to drink gutshaker without becoming utterly and violently ill. This substance has been known to "curl the toes" of a normal Dwarf. It renders them immune to Drow sleep poison.

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Assassin's Wine - originally a too-clever name from a too-clever fellow, Assassin's Wine comes from Sargava, and is 'known' to be affiliated with the Red Mantis Assassins, who are said to use it in hallucinogenic initiation rites, and to be steeped from a treacly sap that sweats from an assassin vine that is exposed to open flame. This is all b!$!*$$s, of course, rumors spread by the wine's inventor to spread notoriety in the markets of Avistan. The wine is made from locally grown cane sugar (being more of a mead or light rum, than a 'wine') and, initially, had nothing to do with the Red Mantis sect, until they showed up to demand their cut of the product that was riding on their notoriety, and took over the operation... As a general rule, Red Mantis Assassins, while quite willing to take over the operation and reap the profits, never touch the stuff. Clear in color, Assassin's Wine has a taste like smoked almonds and is the secret ingredient behind a currently-popular fire-roasted pork dish.

Muskwine - from Geb, where it is infamously drawn from bloated yellow musk creepers, themselves tended by skeletal dead, unaffected by their musk, Muskwine has a powerfully bitter taste and is always colder than expected, but has an overwhelmingly sickly-sweet fragrance. It uniquely reacts with air once brewed, and must be sealed away within minutes of reaching full potency, lest it boil away into a pale mist. Because of this, it is immediately decanted into special one drink containers of bone, sealed with wax, and sold in individual servings, called 'horns.' The wax is pulled away, the heady scent begins to steam forth as the liquid begins 'boiling' and it it is gulped down in a single swallow, before it steams away. (Although it can also be used to simply make a room more fragrant by letting it boil away, and this is a decadent and expensive stunt pulled at some parties.)

Fermented Mammoth's Milk - exactly what it says on the tin. Served in a hollowed out mammoth tusk, stoppered with a waxed bit of hide or rag. It often has the consistency of lumpy cottage cheese, but tastes hideous and smells quite similar to limberger. Very popular in the Realms of the Mammoth Lords, Hold of Belkzen and in Numeria, as well as among the persecuted native populations of Mendev and Irrisen. Ulfen scoff at it, and will only drink it on a dare.

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hi ! You might try to find the toolbox book from AEG. p133 you will find 20 fantasy drinks.
there is also a netbook of alcohool here http://www.drkness.com/rpg/Netbooks/Alcohol_ASCII.zip
or try this link : http://www.frpworld.com/downloads/ruleandaccs/

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Made some additional notes, with nothing but respect for Set's original.

Dwarven Extra Dark Stout might have the consistency of thick molasses and be potent enough to make one's eyes water. While originating from the Dwarves, both humans and halflings have been know to make a variation of this Stout.  Traditionally, a light dollop is added to 'lesser' beer, ale or whiskey, to make it a stronger beverage, with the clump of darker solid/liquid sinking slowly into the weaker beverage and dissolving.  A more 'manly' practice is to dip one's finger into a small dish of the extra stout, rub it on one's teeth and then 'chase' it with ale.  Dwarves who regularly engage in this practice will have a semi permanant dark stain on their gums, lips and/or finger.  And the heady breath of a horse on a hot high summer day.

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Battleragers of Clangaddin usually carry wineskins containing a vile concoction of fermented mountain goat's milk, distilled deep mold and questiionable herbs loosely called "gutshaker" or "gutsquisher." Battlerages, other Dwarves and some Halflings with very high constitutions, and Black Dragons are the only creatures known to drink gutshaker without becoming utterly and violently ill.

This substance has been known to "curl the toes" and "blur the wits" of a normal Dwarf. Taking a few swigs of this toxic drink has the side benefit of rendering Battleragers immune to Drow sleep poison, and the perfect mental state that a Battlerager seeks to achieve; that is the improbability of any clear thought process whatsoever.


i'm a little confused as to why it would be a paladin of Iomedae rather than a paladin Cayden Cailean carrying around large quantities of alcohol - anyhow that said here are some suggestions for some vodkas

grave's embrace - a vodka brewed in Ustalav; minor enchantments used in it's brewing, and bottling result in the vodka remaining ice cold until exposed to air for extended lengths of time

ember storm - a vodka brewed near Korvosa; this spicy vodka's name comes from the flakes of thileu bark suspended in the brew which cause the drink to produce a shower of sparks when ignited, as well as the brewery's proximity to the cinderlands

i've got a few others that need a little more work on their names will edit them in later


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Taldorian Gin: A clear liquid grown from wheat in the fertile plains of Taldor. It is rather cheaply made, but is rather expensive as it had made its way into the upper Echelons of Taldorian Society. It is usualy only served in upper class Social Clubs, where it is prized for its sharp taste once aired. Usually, the "Taldorian Gin" found in bars and taverns is a low quality imitation, Though it is rumored to be from the very same stills that produce the high quality Gin.


hippogriff's tears - an extremely low grade vodka made in Korvosa, and primarily marketed to sable company marines, though it does find it's way into some taverns in Korvosa's lower class districts

lumberjack's folly - a cheap non-aged whiskey brewed in discrete (ie: illegal) stills hidden in the countryside around Falcon's Hollow


Desna's kiss - a highly alcoholic (and reputedly hallucinogenic) questionably legal Taldan absinthe popular amongst artists and others of a generally bohemian lifestyle but reviled by the upper classes, also a popular import in some regions in spite of having been banned as a dangerous narcotic by many goverments of southern Avistan and northern Garund

trollhound's mark - a widely brewed very low quality beer recipe known for it's pungent, acrid odor, dark color, and foul taste which leaves many wondering if the brewer doesn't simply keep a pack of trollhounds which are then allowed to "relieve" themselves in the kegs. not particularly popular with anyone but a staple of many dive bars. no one has ever taken direct credit for originating this abomination of a drink though many are blamed (most often by rival brewers) many small breweries have taken to producing this recipe just to make ends meet

blind kobold - a popular and potent Andoran rum most often served in establishments frequented by sailors. named for the common joke that it's so strong it could blind a kobold (a race who are renowned for their tendency to produce foul alcoholic beverages of nearly poisonous potency) can be found in almost any port city


Cayden's Choice......the only beer sponsered by a god!

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We've got an ale in the UK called 'Bishop's Finger' seriously...the two slang names for it are Nun's Delight or Choirboy's Surprise....think about it...

I'm gonna time how long it tales for this reply to get deleted :D


"Skraggy's Tomb"--a vile, low budget rum made from inferior grade products and not aged enough.

I took the name from title of a song by Savatage.


The Old Black Rum

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Rosgakori wrote:
sanwah68 wrote:

Golden Hind Mead

I see what you did there :D

Kraken's Ink, very black and very messy. Captain Bonefist's bowel bruiser, no explanations there. Linnormspit, popular in the north and Besmara's Finest, rare and expensive.

In the UK they sell a black rum called 'The Kraken'.

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Goblin Fire "Ale" (suspicious quotations are suspicious)


Shackles Rumham

A favorite of local goblin tribes and those Shackles pirates with less discriminating tastes, this is a "ham" container (miscellaneous cured meat) filled to the brim with high-proof "rum" contents (miscellaneous fermented liquid).

Proof once again why The Shackles is one of the greatest areas in Golarion.

Rum Ham!

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GeraintElberion wrote:
Rosgakori wrote:
sanwah68 wrote:

Golden Hind Mead

I see what you did there :D

Kraken's Ink, very black and very messy. Captain Bonefist's bowel bruiser, no explanations there. Linnormspit, popular in the north and Besmara's Finest, rare and expensive.

In the UK they sell a black rum called 'The Kraken'.

In the US too.

I bought an overpriced Kraken rum cocktail so I could get the rubber kraken charm on the side which makes a kick-ass giant octopus/mini-kraken fig for gaming.

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Mack Baniel's Varisian Whiskey - Jack Daniel's

Azlanti Age Bourbon - Ancient Age

Ardeal Lamashanfest Marzenbier - Bavarian Oktoberfest Marzen

Vudra Pale Ale - India Pale Ale (IPA)

Taldan Imperial Pale Ale - English IPA

Mudgeiser Andoran-Style Lager - Budweiser

Linnorm Stout - Guinness or any stout beer

Captain Shackles Spiced Rum - Cap'n Morgan

Nirmathan Red - Irish Red Ale

Mwangi Apricot Limbic - Any sort of fruit Limbic beer

Arch of Aroden Sorghum Lager - A gluten free beer for those intrepid PC's with gluten allergies

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Froggy Go Plish - This sugarcane rum is liberally seasoned with the toxic sweat of Mwangi Cane Toads (a live one is thrown in the cask, sometimes, just before it is sealed, but usually it's just waggled around in the pre-cask brew to wash the sweat into the mix). If the 'seasoning' to alcohol ratio is just right, and it's aged the right amount of time, it causes pleasant tingling and numbness and euphoria (in addition to a good drunk and, rarely, visual hallucinations, rapid heartbeat and panic attacks). If it doesn't age long enough, it causes nausea. If it ages too long, it causes blindess and paralysis and death. Beware cheap substitutes...

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Nitro-13 wrote:
Cayden's Choice......the only beer sponsered by a god!

Very nice...it would be very fun for clerics of Cayden Calean to get their hands on a bunch of illusion based spells and start making "commercials" for it...that'd be something. "The only beer for today's God on the go..."

I think I'll take a Mwangi Sour, a fruit wine made from strange plants from the expanse. Has a bit of a tart, sour tang, and with quite a kick and high alcohol content.

Another interesting choice would be to ask Mr. Jacobs how to say "water of life" in the different sorts of Golarion-based languages, and then just assign a different type of spirit to each phrase/word, which is essentially how Vodka and stuff got named (some antrhopologists believe this to be because clear spirits, which look like water, due to their high alcohol content, are free of bacteria, and are therefore guaranteed not to cause horrible diseases if imbibed, other than a bad hangover if you over-do it, but you might wanna double-check me on this).


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Kyonin wine: Brewed from forest grapes and fruit, this wine is brewed and aged in batches. Each year has a different assortment of fruit, depending on what is available. Certain years are incredibly rare, and can often cost of hundreds of thousands of gold pieces per cask. Often, They are left to age for hundreds of years, sometimes entire shipments of years are simply forgotten in caves.

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