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Described as being "From the lukewarm headwaters of the mighty Brazos River."
Blue mixed drink invented by Woody Boyd in Cheers. At first, he recreated the Blue Moon mixed cocktail. Later, he invented a tasty, perfect drink but by then was so exhausted he'd forgotten the recipe he used.
Actually an addictive appetite suppressant
Butterbeer can be served cold or hot but either way it has a warming effect.
Slogan: "Yes - Dog Water! Bottled in the Swiss Alps and using only the finest, pure-bred dog saliva..."
Includes: Duff Lite, Duff Dry, Duff Dark, Duff Cold, Lady Duff, Raspberry Duff, Tartar Control Duff, Henry K. Duff's Private Reserve, Duff Blue Duff Stout, Duff Zero [non-alcoholic], Duff Extra Cold, and Duff Gummi Beers.
A troll drink (actually a crude battery)
ST:TOS (Dr. McCoy creation)
Flaming Moe (aka Flaming Homer), a mega-popular drink invented by Homer Simpson, and stolen by Moe Szyslak in the Simpsons episode Flaming Moe's. Its secret ingredient: Krusty's Cough Syrup.
Ned Flanders's version of Planters Punch (3 shots of rum, a jigger of bourbon, and a little dab of Creme de cassis)
A mixture of beer and scumble
Kanar is an alcoholic beverage that is Cardassian in origin.
a mixture of wheatgrass juice and vodka invented by Homer Simpson in the Simpsons episode When You Dish Upon a Star.
"You know you're in for a good night when there's a picture of a polar bear bleeding on the label"
troll beer (ammonium sulphide dissolved in alcohol) with metallic salts added. The name means "Big Hammer"
"Now with more Vitamin R!"
Ingredients unknown, but tastes like a cross between Vimto and liquid nitrogen
All-natural chocolate drink, made from beans grown on the upper slopes of Mt. Nicaragua
bottled water brand created by the merger of Morgan Springs and Poland Creek
milk plus vellocet or synthemesc or drencrom.
"Freshly Squeezed Taste of Parasites!"
A concoction Carla Tortelli fixed for Diane Chambers in the first season episode 'Truce or Consequences' on the TV sitcom Cheers, by pouring various hard liquor liberally and almost randomly into a mixer.
The effect of a Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster is like having your brains smashed out by a slice of lemon wrapped round a large gold brick.
A backwards version of bitter
half of a potato in a glass of vodka
parody of a Shirley Temple cocktail
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
"The Taste Varies from Person to Person"
Synthehol was developed to simulate the taste of earth ales while nullifying the debilitating effects of actual alcohol.
Original Series "The Corbomite Maneuver"
episodes Father's Day and Rise of the Cybermen
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