In seaerch of spicy food
Aug 8, 2009
healing with booze.

Nothing knocks out pain like a couple long island ice teas. On a milder note, Guiness Stout lowers the heart disease rate. There is something about the Guiness containing a fair amount of antioxidants.

Need just a light buzz that makes you feel normalized: try saki!

Beer at microbreweries is unpastuerized, so it is a fermented raw food.


Micro Phyte
Aug 18, 2010
North Carolina
;) ;) ;) :D Sound like great Alternatives, Saved. Like my honey, lemon, whiskey cough medicine. :D
This is what I believe the old folks called a hot toddy. My grandfather used this cure for any kind of illness, especially colds or flu.


New member
Apr 10, 2006
Northern Ky.
I always used the hot toddy for sore throats like at the beginning of a cold,
plus coughs too when they occurred.
Since I haven't had any colds or sore throats for years :D I haven't needed any hot toddys. :cool:


perpetual student
Dec 3, 2007
Texas, USA
I was recently introduced to Saint Arnold. They claim to be Texas's oldest craft brewery. I'd never heard of them, nor seen them in grocery stores. Anyway, you can see that I've got a lot of testing to do. I'll let y'all know if I discovery better health benefits than just psychological.

just me

New member
Apr 9, 2006
im lost, have no idea
Mom always made hot toddies for us when we were sick. My kids were raised on them using jack daniels as the whiskey.... I was always told that if you have a kidney infection, that one beer a day would cure it... but I have never liked the taste of beer, so never tried it.... My mom always used whiskey for when babies were cutting teeth... she would stick her finger in the bottle, and then rub it over the gums.. seemed to numb the gums and calm the baby down... That was also the teething remedy that I used with my kids and with my grandkids.....