For ages, men have made drinks, this process is known as brewing, and now it comes to RPGuilds. We felt however that the process of brewing is really an advanced addition and because this feels more like an extra feature rather than a main game mechanic, we felt it should be more of a premium feature rather than a mechanic available for everyone. To start out, our lovely admin Paul has made about 10 recipes to brew from (listed below). We did however think that fully excluding non-premiums would be a bit harsh, that is why we have decided to make non-alcoholic recipes available for non-premiums as well. Depending on how precisely you’ve executed the recipe you will get a higher/lower quality drink.
Just to make it clear all of these recipe descriptions are roleplay oriented. They are vague for a reason. We feel that having players figuring these recipes out in roleplay will be far more enjoyable than handing them out. I would like to finish by saying that we will most likely add more recipes over time, so there is no purpose to whine about it.
White wine is created from the freshest of white grapes. To reach peak quality taste, you’ll need to let it age for a long period time. Also, remember they shouldn’t be aged in dark barrels. So it’s suggested having all of your equipment prepared, before you start the process of creating white wine.
Red wine as you can probably guess is made with red grapes. You should let it ferment roughly the same amount of time as White wine. Aging can sometimes vary, however at the very least it should be left to age just as long as White wine, this time in a darker barrel.
The main ingredient of this particular mead is rose leafs. Any and all meads age relatively quickly and should be fermented in a darker barrel.
The main ingredients of honey mead are grains and honey. Like the rest, it will age rather fast and is also fermented in a darker barrel.
The main ingredients of this mead are grains and apples. It’s also a good idea to sweeten your mead with some sugar. It will age very quickly and should ferment in a darker barrel.
Beer is made from grains. It needs to ferment about half as long as wine requires and doesn’t need to age for very long. In the end it’s a rather simple drink to brew.
Rum is a rather sweet drink! Which makes sense since it’s main ingredient is unrefined or rough sugar. Rum needs to both ferment and age for an extremely long time, even longer than wine. Also, be aware that it should be fermented only in the darkest of barrels.
Extremely similar to regular beer, it’s best described as a less sweet version. The ingredients similar to normal beer. It also requires a shorter amount of time to age than regular beer.
The only thing you need to brew when it comes to apple juice is apples. Just pick them, smash them and apply them. Pretty simple recipe eh?
Another easy drink to brew would be chocolate milk. Simply apply and brew cocoa beans. Quickly after apply the milk, about one buckets worth should be sufficient. It cooks rather fast to make sure to keep a keen eye on it.
Ale is made from a mixture of both raw and roasted grains, the majority of the mixture should be roasted. It should be fermented in a darker barrel and requires a moderately short amount of time to age.