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Alcohol is a class of liquids which includes beer, wine, liquor and spirits, and is used as a flavor enhancer in cooking. Use this tag for questions about selecting, identifying, storing, preparing, replacing or cooking with alcohol as a star ingredient. Questions about dishes which include alcohol, but are not focused on alcohol, should not use this tag.

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If they were brand new and sealed, I don't think you have anything to worry about. As far as I'm aware, there's nothing in either of them that could go bad in a way that would make you sick, though I …
answered Mar 26 '13 by chaosentity
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splash of beer. Naturally, I was skeptical...up until I tasted it. I couldn't taste ANY alcohol whatsoever, just some of the juice he'd used. And since then, I've had quite a few other mixed drinks … where the taste of alcohol just disappears. In general, what is happening (chemically, mechanically, any way) when you mix two different types of alcohol together? Are there any specific tricks to being able to make drinks like that? …
asked Sep 13 '13 by chaosentity