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Robert Utley says Tiswin was beer made from corn and gave the recipe. BBB says it came from the heart of the Mescal plant. Which is it?
As usual, succinct answer Mundo. Yes, tiswin is played down today, by the way, the Apaches call it Tulapai.
I'm sorry I was so short, I was trying to get some work done. Here's the long answer as it pertains to the Apaches.
When they were on the reservation, and were growing corn, that's what they used for their mash, and when they were away from the reservation they used the heart of the agave for their mash.
With a name like Old Geezer you need to join TWIRPS and stop using up so much time asking questions. Now I'm going to take my mid-morning nap.
Mundo, what is TWIRPS? It doesn't Google. Or are you suggesting that I just read the Board and not participate?
You don't know what TWIRPS is!?! Why it's just the best and laziest group of SOB's in this whole dang forum. You don't need to Goggle it, just look for The True West International Retired Procrastinator Society in Groups section. If you join today I'll make you El Presidente, you sound cantankerous enough for our group.
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