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Unread 03-03-2010, 04:22 PM   #1
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Just got my replacement gallon of regular in the mail today. Went through that first gallon a lot quicker than I thought I would! It's just a tad too thick and sweet as is, but I really like the way it tastes when cut some either a hoppy beer or some stock.

Haven't tried the red yet so looking forward to giving it a go. Someone mentioned in an earlier thread that they cut the regular with the red, I may give that a try also.

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i like cutting the regular with red
head country's pretty great also, not as sweet
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Works and tasty pretty good blended together, Saiko.

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Just got my replacement gallon of regular in the mail today. Went through that first gallon a lot quicker than I thought I would! It's just a tad too thick and sweet as is, but I really like the way it tastes when cut some either a hoppy beer or some stock.

Haven't tried the red yet so looking forward to giving it a go. Someone mentioned in an earlier thread that they cut the regular with the red, I may give that a try also.

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i mix the original and red together @ 50/50 and it works great
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The red is good stuff IMO.
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My local store just put regular in.....I am very happy about that. My first tweak was to cut it with ketchup and apple juice. I think a stock may take more of the sweet out which is what I am shooting for. It is very good as a base.
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I like to cut it 3 parts red to 1 part original. The red is also good on it's own.
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The red is also good as a salad dressing.
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