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    Does Mudmugs method work?

    "Gossip So, you're a homebrewer?

    Yup. Been brewin' beer since I could drink it.

    Some folks say I'm wastin' my time, that I could just buy the beer that comes out o' that big ol' brewery down yonder, but... I dunno. There's somethin' right nice about brewin' your own mug of ale.

    Gossip Is Mudmug your real name?

    Aw, heck no. That's just how I make my beer.

    Muddy water, you see... it's got little bugs in it, that ferment your ale for you. Some folks use real yeast, grown in a fancy brewery under controlled conditions and what have you. I use muddy water.

    It's kind of my thing.

    I guess I'm just not what you'd call "cultured".

    "Gossip Ha ha.

    Any idea?

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    Yikes...just yikes....
    Moderators on this site are, to put it nicely, morons. They believe any opinion contrary to popular ones are either trolling or flaming or baiting. They can not comprehend the fact that there can be people who would utterly detest what they like or million others like. Well, it is their site and their "Authoretaeh" but they are morons nonetheless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Narwhalosh Whalescream View Post
    "Gossip So, you're a homebrewer?

    Yup. Been brewin' beer since I could drink it.

    Some folks say I'm wastin' my time, that I could just buy the beer that comes out o' that big ol' brewery down yonder, but... I dunno. There's somethin' right nice about brewin' your own mug of ale.

    Gossip Is Mudmug your real name?

    Aw, heck no. That's just how I make my beer.

    Muddy water, you see... it's got little bugs in it, that ferment your ale for you. Some folks use real yeast, grown in a fancy brewery under controlled conditions and what have you. I use muddy water.

    It's kind of my thing.

    I guess I'm just not what you'd call "cultured".

    "Gossip Ha ha.

    Any idea?
    Yes it does. There's kinda active bacteria all over the place that will ferment things. Actually in the middle ages, the general rule of thumb was you NEVER washed your cooking tools because they would still have yeast or whatever leftover from the last batch. So when you made bread, the board you used, never wash that. Yeast from the last batch bread will still be on it and can transfer to the next batch.

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    Considering the number of pandaren, tigers, snakes and lizard people defecating in the yanzhe river this is a very risky way of harvesting yeast and bacteria for brewing. He is likely introducing harmful bacteria such as escherichia and campylobacter, as well as various fungi. Which would result in a foul and dangerous brew.

    A more safe and productive way of brewing would be to collect nectar from golden lotus flowers. The natural sugars of the nectar would contain many beneficial bacteria and yeast for brewing. Granted this would produce a "wild" or "sour" ale.

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    I think this is how first beer was made, people were spitting in a bowl with wheat and water
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    Quote Originally Posted by Canield View Post
    Considering the number of pandaren, tigers, snakes and lizard people defecating in the yanzhe river this is a very risky way of harvesting yeast and bacteria for brewing. He is likely introducing harmful bacteria such as escherichia and campylobacter, as well as various fungi. Which would result in a foul and dangerous brew.

    A more safe and productive way of brewing would be to collect nectar from golden lotus flowers. The natural sugars of the nectar would contain many beneficial bacteria and yeast for brewing. Granted this would produce a "wild" or "sour" ale.
    Yanzhe river just reminds me of the yangtze river

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    Mudmug brews his brew jesus style with miracles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Canield View Post
    Considering the number of pandaren, tigers, snakes and lizard people defecating in the yanzhe river this is a very risky way of harvesting yeast and bacteria for brewing. He is likely introducing harmful bacteria such as escherichia and campylobacter, as well as various fungi. Which would result in a foul and dangerous brew.

    A more safe and productive way of brewing would be to collect nectar from golden lotus flowers. The natural sugars of the nectar would contain many beneficial bacteria and yeast for brewing. Granted this would produce a "wild" or "sour" ale.
    He's obviously a monk with https://www.wowhead.com/spell=115450/detox#modified-by . He wouldn't cast it on the brew itself of course, ruins the flavor, but on the unconscious pandaren afterwards.
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    I take it back, BfA is not the lowest the games lore could have gone, this thread proves that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Narwhalosh Whalescream View Post
    Yanzhe river just reminds me of the yangtze river
    Mad that, innit

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    Quote Originally Posted by Powerogue View Post
    He's obviously a monk with https://www.wowhead.com/spell=115450/detox#modified-by . He wouldn't cast it on the brew itself of course, ruins the flavor, but on the unconscious pandaren afterwards.
    No amount of detox will help you after that acid trip. The sheer mindfuck caused by "Mudmugs finest" makes void elves look like pansies (well more than they already are).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arrashi View Post
    Mudmug brews his brew jesus style with miracles.
    I recognize your name from somewhere here

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    Quote Originally Posted by Narwhalosh Whalescream View Post
    I recognize your name from somewhere here
    I am merely a humble servant of a great muddy one.

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    When I first encountered him with that thing about his fermenting methods, I wanted to punch him in the face for being so disgusting and say 'Well, that's just great. Enjoy your dysentery.'
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    Quote Originally Posted by Narwhalosh Whalescream View Post
    "Gossip So, you're a homebrewer?

    Yup. Been brewin' beer since I could drink it.

    Some folks say I'm wastin' my time, that I could just buy the beer that comes out o' that big ol' brewery down yonder, but... I dunno. There's somethin' right nice about brewin' your own mug of ale.

    Gossip Is Mudmug your real name?

    Aw, heck no. That's just how I make my beer.

    Muddy water, you see... it's got little bugs in it, that ferment your ale for you. Some folks use real yeast, grown in a fancy brewery under controlled conditions and what have you. I use muddy water.

    It's kind of my thing.

    I guess I'm just not what you'd call "cultured".

    "Gossip Ha ha.

    Any idea?
    Well yeah, but as others say it'd introduce a lot of unwanted stuff that'll likely make you very sick.
    However it should be noted that in various less developed areas of the world people actually grow quite resistant and accustomed to whatever's in their local water, and since he says he's not that cultured he might not actually suffer from his own brew. It also serves to remember that alcohol desinfects water to a certain degree - hence the worse the water quality the stronger the drinks common to an area.

    Others not used to that particular water however may find it less easy to stomache, in more than one way.
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