Golden Glory Mulled Ale | SocialTables.com | Event Planning Software

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The word wassail evolves from the Anglo-Saxon term waes hael, which means be well or hale. The custom originated as a pagan agricultural festival. The wassail mixture consists of mulled ale, cider or wine with apples or eggs in it. (mdk) (for more information check out our facebook page.)

The word wassail evolves from the Anglo-Saxon term waes hael, which means be well or hale. The custom originated as a pagan agricultural festival. The wassail mixture consists of mulled ale, cider or wine with apples or eggs in it. (mdk) (for more information check out our facebook page.)

HEAT WAVE | From left: Crabapple Lambswool, Mulled Ale, Ginger Flip.

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HEAT WAVE | From left: Crabapple Lambswool, Mulled Ale, Ginger Flip.

Eschew the normal wine in favour of this festively flavoured mulled ale. Serve alongside nuts and fruits to get the party started.

Mulled ale

Eschew the normal wine in favour of this festively flavoured mulled ale. Serve alongside nuts and fruits to get the party started.

Sparkling Cranberry Vodka Punch. A perfect easy cocktail punch recipe for holiday meals and entertaining. It can also be warmed with spices for a mulled cocktail twist! BoulderLocavore.com

Sparkling Cranberry Vodka Punch

Sparkling Cranberry Vodka Punch. A perfect easy cocktail punch recipe for holiday meals and entertaining. It can also be warmed with spices for a mulled cocktail twist! BoulderLocavore.com

A traditional English Wassail recipe that originates from Suffolk which is a delectable hot, spiced mulled cider with sherry and port and is served with the all important baked apples. A Yorkshire version called "Lamb's Wool" is made with ale instead of cider and is served when the apples have burst, so the pulp looks like lamb's wool in the mulled ale.

Traditional English Wassail – Mulled Cider

A traditional English Wassail recipe that originates from Suffolk which is a delectable hot, spiced mulled cider with sherry and port and is served with the all important baked apples. A Yorkshire version called "Lamb's Wool" is made with ale instead of cider and is served when the apples have burst, so the pulp looks like lamb's wool in the mulled ale.

HEAT WAVE | From left: Crabapple Lambswool, Mulled Ale, Ginger Flip.

When Is Warm Beer a Good Thing? When It Comes in a Spicy Winter Cocktail

HEAT WAVE | From left: Crabapple Lambswool, Mulled Ale, Ginger Flip.

A traditional English Wassail recipe that originates from Suffolk which is a delectable hot, spiced mulled cider with sherry and port and is served with the all important baked apples. A Yorkshire version called "Lamb's Wool" is made with ale instead of cider and is served when the apples have burst, so the pulp looks like lamb's wool in the mulled ale.

Traditional English Wassail – Mulled Cider

A traditional English Wassail recipe that originates from Suffolk which is a delectable hot, spiced mulled cider with sherry and port and is served with the all important baked apples. A Yorkshire version called "Lamb's Wool" is made with ale instead of cider and is served when the apples have burst, so the pulp looks like lamb's wool in the mulled ale.

Miss Foodwise | Celebrating British food and culture: We shall drink Lambswool on the Twelfth Night

Miss Foodwise | Celebrating British food and culture: We shall drink Lambswool on the Twelfth Night

Members of the Leominster Morris

In pictures: Here we come a-wassailing

Mrs Beeton's Mulled Ale Recipe - might be useful tomorrow  night. #guyfawkesnight #recipes

Moose Milk, an Endangered Cake and a Moving Quote from Guy Fawkes.

Mrs Beeton's Mulled Ale Recipe - might be useful tomorrow night. #guyfawkesnight #recipes

Wassailing is a very ancient custom that is rarely done today. The word 'wassail' comes from the Anglo-Saxon phrase 'waes hael', which means 'good health'. Originally, the wassail was a drink made of mulled ale, curdled cream, roasted apples, eggs, cloves, ginger, nutmeg and sugar. It was served from huge bowls, often made of silver or pewter. Wassailing was traditionally done on New Year's Eve and Twelfth Night...

Wassailing is a very ancient custom that is rarely done today. The word 'wassail' comes from the Anglo-Saxon phrase 'waes hael', which means 'good health'. Originally, the wassail was a drink made of mulled ale, curdled cream, roasted apples, eggs, cloves, ginger, nutmeg and sugar. It was served from huge bowls, often made of silver or pewter. Wassailing was traditionally done on New Year's Eve and Twelfth Night...

Claret Punch And Mulled Ale, accompanied by a festive wreath with candles stuck in apples, apparently an idea dreamed up by The Fruit Producers Council.

Claret Punch And Mulled Ale, accompanied by a festive wreath with candles stuck in apples, apparently an idea dreamed up by The Fruit Producers Council.

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