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(Gear Patrol)   Trying to find another way to get craft-drink drunk during the pandemic? Experts suggest makgeolli, Korea's milky-looking rice wine, as the next big thing: "Luckily hazy is hot right now"   (gearpatrol.com) divider line
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2021-02-28 4:49:38 PM  
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Exluddite: Makeoli goes great (not surprisingly) with Korean BBQ.  It's basically fermented rice with the strength of beer.
We got some nuruk, but haven't tried making my own yet.


It's super easy.  Check out Maangchi's video on it.

Right now I've got two batches of Chinese rice wine going.  Same concept, different starter/enzymes.

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2021-02-28 6:11:15 PM  
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Stuff is absolutely delicious and cheap as fark.  I drank it by the liter in my time worst Korea.
 
2021-02-28 9:41:41 AM  
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Makeoli goes great (not surprisingly) with Korean BBQ.  It's basically fermented rice with the strength of beer.
We got some nuruk, but haven't tried making my own yet.
 
2021-02-28 7:51:44 AM  
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Well I've never made it, but it is a good buzz and the "sampling" I've had have been delicious, so there's that.
 
2021-02-28 4:43:23 AM  
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Milky-looking rice wine sounds like an entire section of the Geneva Conventions list of violations.
 
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