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Dr Who

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

Alcohol results from the action of yeast on sugar. The yeast converts sugar into ethanol; which, as it was inhospitable to bacteria, would retard spoilage. It has been drunk, used, seen, and even occasionally manufactured by the Doctor, companions, and others.

Adventurer archaeologist Bernice Summerfield (who travelled with the Doctor for some time) greatly appreciated alcoholic beverages.

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Wine

Wine was a drink made from pressed fruit, usually some form of grape. It was commonly found on Earth.

References

The Doctor

Bernice Summerfield

Other companions

Torchwood Three

Beer

Beer was created by the fermentation of hops in water. The farming of hops for this purpose may have been have been what caused humanity to first switch from a hunter-gatherer society to an agricultural one. (BNA: Walking to Babylon)

References

The Doctor

Bernice Summerfield

Other companions

Torchwood Three

Other

Spirits

Spirits were made by distillation, and were usually quite potent.

References

The Doctor

Bernice Summerfield

Other companions

Cocktails and other alcoholic drinks

References

The Doctor

Bernice Summerfield

Other companions

Others

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Memory-beta

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

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Alcohol is a chemical compound of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen. It many of its forms it serves as an intoxicant to humanoids, as such, it has been produced in a variety of manners throughout the galaxy. (TOS novel: The Starship Trap)

Federation medical science has developed an anti-intoxicant to either prevent or reverse the effects of alcohol intoxication. (TNG novel: Debtors' Planet and DS9 episode: "Apocalypse Rising")

In 2365, Kori, a youngster who lived in The Armada, brewed grain alcohol, using quadrotriticale, in a still he had built using components from a Romulan missile he and his brother had found. (TNG comic: "Space Seeds")

Alcoholic drinks

Connections


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Fallout

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From The Vault

Some Fallout 3 whiskey.

Various forms of alcohol appear in all games of the Fallout series.

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Liquor

In the different Fallout games there are different types of liquor. They also have different types of effects. They can be found in just about anywhere from The Muddy Rudder Bar in Rivet City, to a garbage bin in the middle of the Wasteland.

Types of alcohol

There are quite a few different types of alcohol in the Fallout series. Here's a list of them.

  1. Whiskey. Effects: +1 Charisma, -1 Intellegence, and +1 Strength. It has a distinct noticeable orange glow, but not as much as much as Nuka-Cola Quantum.
  2. Beer. Effects: +1 Charisma, -1 Intellegence, and +1 Strength. It is a dark brown bottle. Looks like a regular beer bottle.
  3. Scotch. Effects: +1 Charisma, -1 Intellegence, and +1 Strength. The bottles appear to be empty but should have the same color as Whiskey.
  4. Vodka. Effects: +1 Charisma, -1 Intellegence, and +1 Strength. The bottle has a chocolately look to it. It also sells at 20 caps.
  5. Wine. Effects: +1 Charisma, -1 Intellegence, and +1 Strength. The bottle has a red grape color to it. It is also the rarest of all alcohol in the Wasteland.
  6. Moonshine. Effects: +2 Charisma, -2 Intelligence, and +2 Strength. The jug is a stereotypical moonshiner jug, complete with paper label. Sadly, it lacks the even more stereotypical "XXX" branding. Point Lookout add-on only.
A bottle of Vodka.

Locations

Here are some of the bars and popular locations for booze in the Capital Wasteland.

See also


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Guild Wars

Up to date as of February 01, 2010
(Redirected to Index of Alcohols article)

From GuildWiki

This index contains a list of all known alcohols in the game organized for quick referencing.

Alcohol Potency
(level(s))
Max. Use
(minute(s))
Merchant Value
Gold
Image:Aged Dwarven Ale.jpg
Aged Dwarven Ale
5 3 100
Image:Aged Dwarven Ale.jpg
Aged Hunter's Ale
5 3 100
Image:Bottle of Grog.jpg
Bottle of Grog
5 3 0
Image:Bottle of Juniberry Gin.jpg
Bottle of Juniberry Gin
1 1 25
Image:Bottle of Rice Wine.jpg
Bottle of Rice Wine
1 1 200
Image:Bottle of Vabbian Wine.jpg
Bottle of Vabbian Wine
1 1 100
Image:Dwarven Ale.jpg
Dwarven Ale
1 1 100
Image:Eggnog.jpg
Eggnog
1 1 0
Image:Flask of Firewater.jpg
Flask of Firewater
5 3 0
Image:Hard Apple Cider.jpg
Hard Apple Cider
1 1 0
Image:Hunter's Ale.jpg
Hunter's Ale
1 1 5
Image:Keg of Aged Hunters Ale.png
Keg of Aged Hunter's Ale
5 3* 0
Image:Shamrock Ale.jpg
Shamrock Ale
1 1 0
Image:Spiked Eggnog.jpg
Spiked Eggnog
5 3 0
Image:Vial of Absinthe.jpg
Vial of Absinthe
1 1 0
Image:Witch's Brew.jpg
Witch's Brew
1 1 0
Image:Zehtuka's Jug.jpg
Zehtuka's Jug
1 1 0

*Keg of Aged Hunter's Ale has 50 uses.

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Halo

Up to date as of February 08, 2010
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From Halopedia, the Halo Wiki

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Ethyl Alcohol
Background Information
Chemical Formula

CH3CH2OH

Uses
  [Source]

Ethyl Alcohol, chemical formula CH3CH2OH, sometimes simply known as Alcohol, is a drug used by both Humans and Prophets. Ethanol is also known as EtOH, using the common organic chemistry notation of representing the ethyl group (C2H5) with Et. Ethanol is a straight-chain alcohol, and its molecular formula is C2H5OH. An alternative notation is CH3-CH2-OH, which indicates that the carbon of a methyl group (CH3-) is attached to the carbon of a methylene group (-CH2-), which is attached to the oxygen of a hydroxyl group (-OH). Its empirical formula is C2H6O, a formula that it shares with dimethyl ether.

It has several medicinal uses, but is most well known for its intoxicating effects (it can be used as a depressant), and as such is used in a wide variety of alcoholic beverages, for example, the ancient Human beverage Beer is a standard drug carried aboard UNSC starships and facilities. It is a flammable, colorless, mildly toxic chemical compound with a distinctive perfume-like odor, and is the alcohol found in alcoholic beverages. It has a number of medical uses as well. While these were never specifically mentioned, historical earth armies used ethyl alcohol (and alcoholic beverages) as an antiseptic and general anesthetic. This being so, it is very possible the UNSC continues this use when better alternatives are unavailable. The Covenant also possessed alcohol or a very similar intoxicant.[1]

Ethanol is used in UNSC commercial vehicles as a biofuel, notably more advanced variants of the JOTUN series of agricultural drones[2]. It is likely that this was Corn Ethanol, a derivative of corn used as an alternative fuel. Corporal Locklear was very aware of these facts, and managed to find the Medicinal Grade MED34-CH3CH2OH alcohol stores on the UNSC Gettysburg shortly before his death in the explosion of the Forerunner Crystal.[3]

Trivia

Sources

  1. Halo: Contact Harvest
  2. Halo: Contact Harvest, page 212
  3. Halo: First Strike, page 283
  4. Halo: Contact Harvest, page 263
  5. Halo: Contact Harvest

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Lostpedia

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

From Lostpedia

Desmond drinking a bottle of alcohol ("Live Together, Die Alone")

Alcohol of various forms has been associated with characters throughout the Lost storyline. Sometimes the effects of alcohol have lead to the revealing of interesting plot points, such as the fail-safe discussion and Christian's attempt to visit his daughter.

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Pre-Island

On the Island

Juliet's rum seen at Lost: The Auction
DHARMA beer found in the van "Tricia Tanaka Is Dead"

Post-Island

Alcoholics

The following characters have been described either as an alcoholic or depicted with a drinking problem:

Miscellaneous

Drinking game

Fanon Alert!   This section contains non-canon material created by fans inspired by the show.

Drinking games involve drinking a pre-determined amount of alcoholic beverage whenever a pre-established condition has been met. The objective is to win via others becoming too drunk to continue participating, or sometimes to simply increase the enjoyment of the related activity through inebriation. In the fandom of Lost, one such drinking game is called "Jackface", based on the expressive and varied facial expressions of Matthew Fox; another example is drinking whenever Hurley says the word "Dude."

See also


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ST Expanded

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

The Star Trek Expanded Universe Database is for fanon and related content. See Memory-Alpha.org for the canon Star Trek wiki.

Alcohol is a chemical compound. When ingested by humanoids it can have an intoxicating effect and is popular in many cultures.

Alcoholic beverages

See also

External links


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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

"What say we find a bottle of something borderline toxic, go somewhere private, and then... Y'know... Share our woes."
"You're drunk.
"
Deena Shan and Luke Skywalker
A group of intoxicated Alliance operatives.

Alcohol refers to a number of chemical compounds that have intoxicating effects on Humans and many alien species. The Zelosians, however, exhibited intoxication when they ingested sugar.[1]

Many beings, such as the Gran Ree-Yees[2] and the Mimbanite of Mimban[3], were addicted to alcoholic beverages. Others, like Han Solo after the death of his friend Chewbacca[4], drank alcohol to drown their sorrows.

Certain alcohols, such as ethyl alcohol, could also be used as a cleaning solution.[5]

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Appearances

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Sources

  • Galaxy Guide 9: Fragments from the Rim

Notes and references

  1. Alien Encounters
  2. Tales from Jabba's Palace
  3. Splinter of the Mind's Eye
  4. Dark Tide I: Onslaught and Dark Tide II: Ruin
  5. X-wing: Wedge's Gamble

External links

  •  "The Star Wars Cantina: Getting Hammered In A Galaxy Far, Far Away" - "Only Sith Deal In Absolutes!", Abel G. Peña's StarWars.com Blog

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SWG Wiki

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From SWG Wiki

Alcohol draft schematic

Alcohol is a food component.

Schematic info

Alcohol
Schematic information
Profession

Trader (Domestic Goods)

Obtained

Level 18

Skill

Domestic Fundamentals VI

Item type

Food component

Complexity

5

Crafting tool

Generic Crafting Tool

Crafting station

Optional

Assembly information
Resources
Manufactory information

External links


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