"October Ale | Crafted Pour"

"Ever read any of the Redwall novels by Brian Jacques? They are the books that got me truly into reading. They will forever be one of my favorite tales. One beautiful thing about these stories is the description of the food! From epic feast to light snacks, food and drink is taken VERY seriously, so there is, of course, a Redwall cookbook! In there is the recipe for the coveted October Ale. Mr. Jacques version is very family friendly: 2 cup ginger ale or ginger beer 1 cup grape juice 1 tsp sugar (omit if using ginger ale) Mix well and serve chilled. So make that for your kids or for your friends/family that want a mocktail. For yourself, mix up this beauty of a cocktail inspired by Mr. Jacques! “Fair exchange is no robbery, they say.” Let me know what you think.", "undefined", "October Ale",

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October Ale By , May 8, 2009 Ever read any of the Redwall novels by Brian Jacques? They are the books that got me truly into reading. They will forever be one of my favorite tales.

One beautiful thing about these stories is the description of the food! From epic feast to light snacks, food and drink is taken VERY seriously, so there is, of course, a Redwall cookbook! In there is the recipe for the coveted October Ale. 

Mr. Jacques version is very family friendly:
2 cup ginger ale or ginger beer
1 cup grape juice
1 tsp sugar (omit if using ginger ale)
Mix well and serve chilled.

So make that for your kids or for your friends/family that want a mocktail. For yourself, mix up this beauty of a cocktail inspired by Mr. Jacques!

“Fair exchange is no robbery, they say.” Let me know what you think. Ever read any of the Redwall novels by Brian Jacques? They are the books that got me truly into reading. They will forever be one of my favorite tales. One beautiful thing about these stories is the description of the food! From epic feast to light snacks, food and drink is taken VERY seriously, so there is, of course, a Redwall cookbook! In there is the recipe for the coveted October Ale. Mr. Jacques version is very family friendly: 2 cup ginger ale or ginger beer 1 cup grape juice 1 tsp sugar (omit if using ginger ale) Mix well and serve chilled. So make that for your kids or for your friends/family that want a mocktail. For yourself, mix up this beauty of a cocktail inspired by Mr. Jacques! “Fair exchange is no robbery, they say.” Let me know what you think. Ingredients: - Aged Rum - Grape Juice Instructions: 3 dashes aromatic bitters 1/2 oz mulled wine 1 oz grape juice 1 oz aged rum 4 oz ginger beer Shake all but ginger beer just intil cold. Strain into your glass and top with cold ginger beer. Sit, sip, and enjoy the company of others. Refreshing,Mule,Fall