23 Comments

  • Shreedev Thakur
    Posted September 21, 2018 1:22 PM

    2:32 Masturbating the crab grass to get its fruit

  • R,R John
    Posted September 21, 2018 1:22 PM

    Make homemade chicory coffee! I'm sure you'll love it!

  • Connor Tyler
    Posted September 21, 2018 1:22 PM

    Dandelion Wine, huh? Isn't that a drink in World of Warcraft?

  • Forge North
    Posted September 21, 2018 1:22 PM

    That dandelion scene is great

  • Scott Shaw
    Posted September 21, 2018 1:22 PM

    Try to make moon shine

  • playgroundchooser
    Posted September 21, 2018 1:22 PM

    as a brewer, I wanna be sad about the crabgrass thing, but really there were just so many mistakes made in the "malting," extraction, creation, and packaging… that I'd say try it again, with some help.
    There's a good video of a guy using home grown wheat to make a beer at Northern Brewer. You should watch that again. ?

  • Emmanuel Wotila
    Posted September 21, 2018 1:22 PM

    I just watched a video about Dandelion Coffee then now I see a video on Dandelion Wine! Definitely growing some in my garden

  • Shawn Murals
    Posted September 21, 2018 1:22 PM

    So cute.

  • LIL_BLUE 64
    Posted September 21, 2018 1:22 PM

    Make a glass bong

  • Terry I
    Posted September 21, 2018 1:22 PM

    Ha ha ha ha ha ………..

  • Anders Hansen
    Posted September 21, 2018 1:22 PM

    What you got with your 'weed beer' is a taste of how beer tasted in the ironage and back. Because they didn't have hops (many places anyway), they used a spectrum of other taste and preservative plants such as nettleseeds, porse, goutweed, rowan and others. These help sour the beer to preserve it and add flavour. The modern beers are almost always made with cereals and hops, ergo this is the taste you know as beer. I imagine the one you made tastes similar to the iron age beers we have made based on archaeological finds from Germany and Denmark, very sour but with a somewhat sweet aftertaste.

    Back in the days, beer wasn't sweet, and was weak (1-2%), and was mostly a way to get clean water.

  • Mark R
    Posted September 21, 2018 1:22 PM

    Wine = sugars + year + time. The most basic trashy wine would be water and sugar with some bread yeast. You will get alcohol, but it will probably taste horrible. You can always add sugar to fermentable materials to get more alcohol. Look up DoingItCheap on YouTube. He does what I've nicknamed a cheap redneck wine using fruit juices in bottles with bread yeast and added sugar. It works.

  • adam anthoni ford
    Posted September 21, 2018 1:22 PM

    I have a neighbor with a cellar full of his last 30 years of dandelion wine production.

  • Mark Clarkus
    Posted September 21, 2018 1:22 PM

    I'll stick to my pbr…

  • NWforager
    Posted September 21, 2018 1:22 PM

    i think too much of the wrong kind of yeast in the brew . plus i might go with a glass carboy next time . Mix it out with something else or ice distill it to save it

  • Self-replicating whatnot
    Posted September 21, 2018 1:22 PM

    Damn it, now i want to make some dandelion wine myself.

  • Connor Callahan
    Posted September 21, 2018 1:22 PM

    What state does he live in

  • Cream Fog
    Posted September 21, 2018 1:22 PM

    if you expose wine to air it'll turn into wine vinegar

  • Edrien Manzanero
    Posted September 21, 2018 1:22 PM

    Smoke weed everyday

  • Glasses Freak
    Posted September 21, 2018 1:22 PM

    Don't you need a liacense to brew beer

  • Adam Donaldson
    Posted September 21, 2018 1:22 PM

    My grandfather used to make Dandelion wine all the time! Brought me back.

  • Eric Johnson
    Posted September 21, 2018 1:22 PM

    I have a shit ton of Rhubarb and even more choke cherries. Any suggestions on how to turn this into a good Choke Cherry Rhubarb wine? Turns out that there's tons of Rhubarb in my neighborhood in Robbinsdale so I figured I ought to put it to use. I just don't really know where to start.

  • hellsingmongrel
    Posted September 21, 2018 1:22 PM

    dandelions are great for salads. :V Even some commercially-bought salad mixes have them in it!

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