|Brew Your Own British Real Ale|
|by Roger Protz|
British Real Ale is a hot area of interest among homebrewers, and with the help of this book they can make beers that taste just like Bass, Boddi...
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Mix each package pre-sweetened Kool-Aid with 1 1/2 quarts water. Pour all Kool- Aid together. Add the other juices. Taste along ... wish to add ginger ale. If desired ... ale. Makes 4 gallons.
Mix Kool-Aid, water and ... well and add pineapple juice in a gallon ... molds for keeping punch cold when serving ... and add the ginger ale. This is a very flavorful, but economical punch.
Mix pineapple juice, Kool Aid, sugar and water. Add ginger ale before serving.
Mix Kool Aid, sugar, water and pineapple juice. Freeze. Add ginger ale just before serving. Serves 25-30 people.
Mix Kool-Aid according to directions on package. Add fruit juices and chill. Just before serving, add ginger ale or 7-Up. Yields 25 punch cups.
1. Dissolve Kool-Aid and sugar in water. 2. Add pineapple juice and lemonade. 3. ... cold. Make sure Ginger Ale is cold before ... want in the punch. Makes 1 gallon and serves 25 people.
Mix Kool-Aid, sugar and water. Add juice and stir. Put in 15-20 ice cubes in punch bowl. Pour Kool-Aid mixture over ice. Add 7-Up. Spoon in sherbet.
Mix sugar and Kool-Aid with small amount of water. Pour into gallon container. Add pineapple juice and fill with water. Add ginger ale.
Dissolve Kool aid and sugar in water. Add fruit juices. Chill. Just before serving add ginger ale. Makes 1 1/2 gallons or about 50 servings.
Mix Kool-Aid, water and sugar. Add pineapple juice. Chill. Just before serving, add ginger ale.
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