The G Dropper Discussion

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Re: The G Dropper Discussion

Postby orcy » Thu Aug 03, 2017 9:59 pm

Woodsy71 wrote:OK, it's Strawberry season and I can pick up a metric fucktonne of strawbs for bugger all :teasing-tease:

My question to fellow members is, having smashed the G Dropper for the last few seasons, does anyone have any other booze related recipes for strawberries?

I'd love to hear them

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One would imagine you could design a strawberry brandy with a little effort. Might be delicious.
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Re: The G Dropper Discussion

Postby Sam. » Thu Aug 03, 2017 10:55 pm

If you have access to that many maybe a wine press to buy/hire might be in order and make a wine from it to distill :think:
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Re: The G Dropper Discussion

Postby tipsy » Fri Aug 04, 2017 8:27 am

Woodsy71 wrote:does anyone have any other booze related recipes for strawberries?

I'd love to hear them

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Do you make beer Woodsy?
You could make a wheat, or even better a lambic and rack onto strawberries.
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Re: The G Dropper Discussion

Postby EziTasting » Fri Aug 04, 2017 8:54 am

my wife blends them up and adds them to sugar then mixes them with our neutral for a Daiquiri ...
roughly 2 punnets of Strawberries to 0.5 cups of sugar and then 700ml of neutral. but you can make it sweeter if you like ... we've gone off sugar... need it for making cakes and , you know, other liquids type of stuff :laughing-rolling:
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