Seaweed Grog (Non-Alcoholic)

Mix the ingredients in a pitcher (you can add more or less salt if you wish). Enjoy!

This recipe was contributed by Capt. Benjamin Lishner.

Strawberry Cordial

Pour seltzer into a large pitcher. On stove, heat up strawberries until soft. Pour them out into a strainer over a bowl. Smash them up with a spoon until very mushy and soft. Then add the pulp and the juice to the seltzer. Pour about 1 cup of granulated sugar (more or less, according to taste) into the seltzer container. Mix well, then put in about 1 handful of confectioner's sugar. Stir well again. Pour in about 1/2 cup (more or less, according to taste) of heavy cream, and stir slowly. Chill for about 1/2 hour or longer, then take out and put some whipped cream on top. Enjoy!

This recipe was contributed by Tess Churchmouse.

Mint Tea

Set the water to boil. When is boiling add the mint leafs and cloves.(The amount of mint leafs and cloves is varied to taste, the more the stronger) Next add the apple juce and mix it in. Last put some in a glass and add honey to taste then mix it in. the amount of tea depends on how much water you put in.

This recipe was contributed by Marty.

Cowslip Cordial

Mix them all together and stir. Serves 5. Great cold over ice.

This recipe was contributed by Sandblast Patchwood.

Summer Ale

Pour about half of a cup of the grape juice and half a cup of soda. Mix a ML. of Cherry extract and a few drops of the Strawberry extract. Mix a small pinch of sugar if you fill necessary, stir and enjoy.

This recipe donated by Stez A. Mole.

Nameday Cordial


Makes 1/2 gallon of Nameday Cordial. Mix orange juice and drink/stash/throw away, whatever, do it to 2/3 of the orange juice. Pour Kool-Aid flavoring in the remaining 1/3 of orange juice. Add the one cup of sugar as indicated on the package. Then add water to fill the 1/2 gallon pitcher. Stir and enjoy. You can put this in a punch bowl and garnish it with mint leaves and sliced strawaberries if you want it too look very Redwallish.

This recipe donated by Matthias.

Damson Cordial

  1. Juice damsons, and boil juice
  2. Add sugar and lemon juice
  3. Cool juice
  4. Add Cranberry, or strawberry juice, Club soda and if you would like, another 1\2 cup seltzer water if too tart.
  5. Cool, serve, enjoy.

This recipe donated by David Cecil.

October Ale

Mix Grape juice with soda, slowly, so as not to make too much fizz. Then add in the sugar. Heat for fifteen seconds, and then stir till sugar dissolves. Add in lime juice, then stir again. Chill till ready to serve. Will fill about six medium size serving glasses.

This recipe donated by Ambrose Spike.

Shrew Beer (Non-Alcoholic)

Pour the root beer then put 1 or 2 spoons of sugar (doesn't matter) then put a spoonful of whipped cream next poor some lemon juice than put chocolate syrup on the top and stir or whatever you do to stir it for 1 minute. This stuff tastes great with ice cream it does not matter if you mix the ice cream in or not. if you did mix it in do it for atleast 3 minutes 5 at tops.

This recipe donated by Kevin.

Mint Tea

Pour boiling water over tea bags cover and steep 5 minutes. Remove tea bags, squeezing gently. Stir in sugar, 10 mint sprigs, and lemon juice cover and steep for 25 minutes. Strain and cool. Serve over ice. Garnish with mint sprigs. Yield: 7 1/2 cups

This recipe donated by Bryony.

Strawberry Fizz

Take some ice and fill a blender 3/4 of the way with it, pour in ginger ale almost to the top of the ice, fill a half of the space left with whipped cream and strawberries, Blend until well mixed. To top, use whipped cream and sliced strawberries rolled in white sugar. Sugar can also be added to the drink itself if desired.
A cold variation of the strawberry fizz, to make fizzier add more ginger ale and less or no whipped cream, and vice versa. It can be tailored to your tastes.

Strawberry Fizz

-Strawberry juice (available at a lot of fruit markets)
-Club soda
-Cream (any kind)
Pour the strawberry juice into a cup, or whatever you will be drinking it out of. Mix in club soda (Not too much). Stir together for about 30 seconds. Add a dash of cream and stir for about a minute. Chop up strawberries into slices, then put them in the drink.
Put the whole business in the REFRIGERATOR, not freezer, for an hour or so, so it can become cold, just like in the cellars of the good old abbey.

This recipe comes from Sabian. Email him at

Dandelion Wine (Alcoholic)

Pick heads only of dandelions. Spread heads out on sheets of paper to get rid of insects. To each gallon flower heads, add 1 gallon water, 2 oranges, 1 lemon, and 1 ounce root ginger (crushed). Tie ginger in muslin bag. Put all in a pan and bring to a boil. Boil for twenty minutes. Then strain and add 4 pounds sugar. If not clear, add 1 egg white. To make it work, put in 1/2 ounce yeast on slice of bread. Leave it a week, strain, and bottle it loosely at first, then tighter. (It should stand for 6 months before using.)

Donated by Riveneye. Please E-mail me if you have any compliments or comments at

Mint Tea


1.take mint leaves and place in bowl 2.boil mint leaves for 5 minutes 3.let cool or put in fridge

This recipe was donated by Wiloak. You can contact him at