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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.

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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)

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Spirits

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

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Pavel Chekov, arguing the merits of vodka

Vodka is a distilled alcoholic beverage served on Earth.

Vodka was one of Pavel Chekov's favorite beverages, and took some good natured ribbing from Montgomery Scott over his choice of drink. (TOS episode: "The Trouble with Tribbles")

In 2370, Q sipped vodka in a holographic representation of the Black Sea at Night aboard the USS Enterprise-D, while observing Deanna Troi and Worf. (TNG novelization: All Good Things...)

In 2375, Julian Bashir ordered a vodka martini while playing cards at a holographic casino belonging to Frankie Eyes. (DS9 episode: "Badda-Bing, Badda-Bang")

In the episode, Bashir ordered his drink "stirred, not shaken," which is a tribute to James Bond, who frequently orders a vodka martini "shaken, not stirred." It seems likely that the drink Bashir made for himself in "Our Man Bashir", an episode which borrowed many Bond themes, was also a vodka martini.

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Fallout

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From The Vault

Vodka
effects: +1 CH, -1 IN, +1 ST
addiction: Alcohol Addiction
weight: 1
value: 20
base id: 32C74

Vodka is a distilled alcoholic beverage, made mostly from water and ethanol and then distilled from a fermented substance such as rye, wheat, potatoes or sugar beet molasses. It is also the world's most popular spirit beverage.

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  • Vodka can be found in bottles in Fallout 3.
  • Vodka is one of the less common beverages in Fallout 3 but can still be found quite easily
  • Vodka is also found on Butch's mother's person.
  • Vodka is also humorously found in the preachers desk in Dickerson Tabernacle Chapel
  • Vodka is also one of three ingredients used for the repeatable Mississippi Quantum Pie quest.

Vodka, as well as the other hard liquor, is a poor choice for a status boost as the addiction rate is higher than beer etc... and the effects are still the same. This factor becomes unimportant if you have the "my first laboratory" for your house, as this cures all addictions.

  • It should be known that vodka is the highest selling liquor in vanilla version of the game, selling at around 20 caps a bottle.
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About Vodka

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Vodka is a typically colorless liquor, usually distilled from fermented grain or potatoes but also from other raw materials (see "Production" below). It is thought that the term is a diminutive of the Slavic word "voda" (woda, вода) for "water."

Except for insignificant amounts of flavorings, vodka consists of water and alcohol (ethanol). Vodka usually has an alcohol content ranging from 35% to 70% by volume ("Vodka Rassputin"). The classic Russian vodka is 40% (80 proof), the number being attributed to the famous Russian chemist Dmitri Mendeleev. According to the Vodka Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia, Mendeleev thought the perfect percentage to be 38, but since spirits in his time were taxed on their strength the percentage was rounded up to 40 to simplify the tax computation.

Although vodka is generally drunk neat (alone, with no mixer) in its Eastern European and Scandinavian homeland, its growth in popularity elsewhere owes much to its usefulness in cocktails and other mixed drinks, such as the Bloody Mary or Bloody Caesar, the Screwdriver, the White Russian, Geezer Sauce, the Gimlet, and the Vodka Martini (also known as a Vodkatini), a dry martini made with vodka instead of gin.

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Runescape

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Vodka is used in the Gnome Restaurant minigame found in Tree Gnome Stronghold. Vodka can be bought for 5 coins from Heckel Funch, along with a variety of other supplies like Brandy and Gin. Vodka is used in some of the cocktails one can make during the minigame. It can be found in these locations:

Vodka is used during Eadgar's Ruse. In the quest, players use vodka on the parrots' drinking water in Ardougne Zoo, along with pineapple chunks. This is required to obtain a drunk parrot, an item specific to the quest.

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