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There are many types of fermented beverages, including: wine, cider, mead, sake, and beer. They all have both a healing and an inoxicating value, and each involves multiple steps in production. The cask is used for the fermentation of other liquids, such as those made with a press or a bucket. Casks must be built inside stone, brick, or marble buildings, and all cask projects are automated, requiring typically 10 or 20 days for fermentation. The production of each of these foods is described below.


Akvavit

Akvavit is made by fermenting potato spirit, distilled from potato mash using a pot still, along with dill and peppermint in a cask for 20 days. Akvavit can be consumed as a healing food at a rate of 33 grams per 1% damage, or as an intoxicant at a rate of 13 grams per 1%.


Amaretto

Amaretto is made by fermenting nuts that have been crushed using a press, along with brandy and grain spirit made using a pot still, in a cask for 20 days. Amaretto can be consumed as a healing food at a rate of 50 grams per 1% damage, or an an intoxicant at a rate of 20 grams per 1%.


Beer

Beer is made by fermenting wort, which is made from barley, corn, rye, sorghum, or wheat that has been malted in a bucket. The malt is then mashed in the press. The wort is left to ferment in a cask for 10 days, yielding beer, which can be consumed as a healing food at a rate of 76.92 grams per 1% damage, or as an intoxicant at a rate of 106 grams per 1%.


Blackberry wine

Blackberry wine is made from blackberry juice that has been crushed using a press and then fermented in a cask for 20 days. Blackberry wine can be consumed as a healing food at a rate of 25 grams per 1% damage, or as an intoxicant at a rate of 55 grams per 1%.


Blueberry wine

Blueberry wine is made from blueberry juice that has been crushed using a press and then fermented in a cask for 20 days. Blueberry wine can be consumed as a healing food at a rate of 25 grams per 1% damage, or as an intoxicant at a rate of 55 grams per 1%.


Champagne

Champagne is made from fermenting wine for an additional 20 days in a cask. Champagne can be consumed as a healing food at a rate of 15 grams per 1%, or as an intoxicant at a rate of 27 grams per 1%.


Cider

Cider is made of fermented apple juice, which comes from crushing apples in the press. The apple juice is left to ferment in a cask for 20 days, yielding cider, which can be consumed as a healing food at a rate of 19.45 grams per 1% damage, or as an intoxicant at a rate of 106 grams per 1%.


Coffee liqueur

Coffee liqueur is made from coffee beans, that have been roasted in an oven, rice spirit, that has been distilled in a pot still, and sugar fermented in a cask for 20 days. Coffee liqueur can be consumed as a healing food at a rate of 333 grams per 1% damage, or as an intoxicant at a rate of 28 grams per 1%.


Cream liqueur

Cream liqueur is made from rum that has been distilled from molasses using a pot still, fermented with milk in a cask for 20 days. Cream liqueur can be consumed as a healing food at a rate of 50 grams per 1% damage, or as an intoxicant at a rate of 38 grams per 1%.


Ginger beer

Ginger beer is made from ginger syrup which produced in a bucket from ginger, sugar and water and then fermented in a cask for 10 days. Ginger beer can be consumed as a healing food at a rate of 100 grams per 1% damage, or as an intoxicant at a rate of 106 grams per 1%.


Limoncello

Limoncello is made from grain spirit, distilled in a pot still, along with sugar and lemons in a cask for 20 days. Limoncello can be consumed as a healing food at a rate of 33 grams per 1% damage, or as an intoxicant at a rate of 16.6 grams per 1%.


Mead

Mead is made by fermenting honey that has been clarified with water in a bucket. The clarified honey is left to ferment in the cask for 20 days, yielding mead, which can be consumed as a healing food at a rate of 14.29 grams per 1% damage, or as a intoxicant at a rate of 26.59 grams per 1%.


Palm wine

Palm wine is made from coconuts which are first mixed in a bucket with water to make palm nectar, and then fermented in a cask for 20 days. Palm wine can be consumed as a healing food at a rate of 18.5 grams per 1% damage, or as an intoxicant at a rate of 55.6 grams per 1%.


Raspberry wine

Raspberry wine is made from raspberry juice that has been crushed using a press and then fermented in a cask for 20 days. Raspberry wine can be consumed as a healing food at a rate of 25 grams per 1% damage, or as an intoxicant at a rate of 55 grams per 1%.


Sake

Sake is made by fermenting moromi, which comes from rice that has been polished using a millstone or manual grain grinder. The polished rice then filtered with water in a bucket. The moromi is left to ferment in the cask for 10 days, yielding sake, which can be consumed as a healing food at a rate of 45.45 grams per 1% damage, or as an intoxicant at a rate of 26.59 grams per 1%.


Strawberry wine

Strawberry wine is made from strawberry juice that has been crushed using a press and then fermented in a cask for 20 days. Strawberry wine can be consumed as a healing food at a rate of 28.57 grams per 1% damage, or as an intoxicant at a rate of 55 grams per 1%.


Wine

Wine is made of fermented grape juice, which comes from crushing grapes in the press. The grape juice is left to ferment in the cask for 20 days, yielding wine, which can be consumed as a healing food at a rate of 16.02 grams per 1% damage, or as an intoxicant at a rate of 26.59 grams per 1%.


A comparison of some of these foods follows:

apples: 87.72g heals 1%
apple juice: 43.86g heals 1%
cider: 19.45g heals 1%
apple brandy: 12.98g heals 1%

blackberries: 90.9g heals 1%
blackberry juice: 40g heals 1%
blackberry wine: 25g heals 1%

blueberries: 111g heals 1%
blueberry juice: 40g heals 1%
blueberry wine: 25g heals 1%

coconuts: 33g heals 1%
palm nectar: 35.7g heals 1%
palm wine: 18.5g heals 1%

grapes: 44.64g heals 1%
grape juice: 26.60g heals 1%
wine: 16.02g heals 1%
champagne: 15.01g heals 1%

honey: 50g heals 1%
clarified honey: 22.22g heals 1%
mead: 14.29g heals 1%

malt: inedible raw
wort: inedible raw
beer: 76.92g heals 1%

raspberries: 125g heals 1%
raspberry juice: 40g heals 1%
raspberry wine: 25g heals 1%

rice: eaten at 166g per day
polished rice: eaten at 116g per day
moromi: inedible raw
sake: 45.45g heals 1%

strawberries: 67g heals 1%
strawberry juice: 35.7g heals 1%
strawberry wine: 28.6g heals 1%

sugar: 625g heals 1%
molasses: 313g heals 1%
rum: 20g heals 1%
coffee liqueur: 333g heals 1%
ginger beer: 100g heals 1%
limoncello: 33g heals 1%