Brewery

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Brewery is a plugin that allows players to make their own liquor. Recipes typically vary across each server and may be kept secret by the server's administrators, requiring experimentation by players to discover. You can find the original documentation for this plugin here, although much of it is out of date for modern civ servers.

Set Up

Before you start brewing, you will need some supplies to set up your brewing location. You will need:

  • Wood for barrels. You will need wood stairs for small barrels and wood stairs/planks/fences for large barrels.
    • Note: For large brewing locations, you should make 8 barrels using each of the 8 types of wood. (Acacia, Spruce, Dark Oak, Oak, Jungle, Birch, Crimson & Warped)
  • Cauldrons for fermenting. This parameter is also called "time cooked".
  • A source of fire. Since fire spread is turned off, you can light any block on fire indefinitely with flint & steel. Lava will also work.
  • A source of water. You will want to make an infinity pool nearby.
  • Brewing stands for distilling. These do not require blaze powder when distilling.
  • Barrels for aging. See the aging section below for how to set up custom barrels.
  • Glass bottles for collecting your completed brew.
  • A clock to keep track of how long a brew has been fermenting. Right click a cauldron with a clock to see how many minutes the cauldron has been brewing.
  • Lots of different ingredients. A detailed list will be included in this guide for the items that are accepted into the cauldron.
  • Chests to store your brews in and to keep your ingredients safe.

The Basics

Fermenting

Cauldron with fire source

Let's start by setting up a cauldron to ferment brews in.

  1. Place the cauldron in a convenient spot and make sure the block underneath it is empty.
  2. Place your source of fire underneath the cauldron. Remember, this can either be lava or a flame lit with flint & steel.
  3. Place water from a water bucket into your cauldron. That's it! You're all done with setting up your fermentation cauldron.

In order to ferment ingredients into a brew, right click the cauldron with the ingredient in your hand. Although it's disabled, it is best to remove any items in your offhand so you don't accidentally switch hands and add extra ingredients. Now that you have an ingredient or multiple ingredients in the cauldron, right click that cauldron with a clock. You will be able to track how long the brew has been fermenting. After you are satisfied with the duration of fermentation, use a bottle to remove the brew from your cauldron!

Distillation setup

Distilling

Let's start by setting up a distillery brewing stand.

  1. Place the brewing stand in your desired location and place exactly one glowstone dust in the top of the brewing stand. Distilling will not use up that one piece of glowstone dust, however, placing more than one glowstone dust will needlessly cause the glowstone to be used up until one is left. Additionally, blaze powder is not needed to distill drinks.
  2. Place your fermented brews into the brewing stand. After waiting for a short while, you will see the drink gain lore for the amount of times it was distilled. MOST of the time if you made an indefinable distillate, that means the recipe you used wasn't accurate or that the drink didn't need to be distilled.

Note: For brews that require distilling, the quality of the drink is affected by how many times the drink is distilled. Do some experimenting to find out the required number of distillations for the drink! Information about the drink can be obtained by leaving it in the distillation stand.

Small spruce barrel
Large oak barrel

Aging

Let's start by setting up a small and large barrel.

  1. A small barrel is set up using 8 stairs and 1 sign in the pattern shown. The first layer is 4 stairs, the second layer is 4 stairs and then the barrel is completed by placing a sign with the word "Barrel" on it. Barrel created should appear in chat if done correctly. Small barrels are required to have the sign on them to work. The barrel is opened by right clicking the sign and has 9 inventory slots to age brews.
  2. A large barrel is set up using 1 fence, 16 stairs, 1 sign and 18 wood planks in the pattern shown. Start by visualizing a 4 by 3 rectangle, the first layer layer will have upside down stairs on both sides and planks to finish out the rectangle. One fence post should be placed in front to act as the spout. The second layer is a hollow rectangle made with planks. Note: The two center blocks on this layer can either be filled up or left empty. This is a very handy spot for placing a snitch. The last layer will be stairs on both sides and planks down the center. Place a sign with the word "Barrel" and the message "Barrel created" should appear in chat. Unlike the small barrel, you can remove the sign and the barrel will still work. The large barrel is opened by right clicking the spout and has 27 inventory slots for aging brews. CivClassic's Brewery config only allows you to open a large barrel by the spout but there is an option to open the barrel from anywhere as well.
  3. When the server updated to 1.14.4, barrels were added as an item that also support aging brews! They don't require any additional set up like the other 2 custom built Brewery barrels. The only downside is that they are treated as oak barrels, so you will need to construct one of the other 2 types if you are aging wood specific brews. Minecraft vanilla barrels support up to 27 drinks being aged at once but may be a bit buggy.

To age a brew, leave a drink in the barrel for 1 barrel year. A barrel year is 20 real life minutes. Brews will age even if you are offline so don't forget about them! Like distilling, only some brews require aging while others will be ruined by it. It is your job to experiment and figure out the right method to make each drink. You will get a ruined potion if a brew does not age properly.

Note: Breaking any part of the barrels will cause the contents to spill out and rendering the barrel useless. You will have to fix the barrel and replace the sign to recreate it.

Note: Like the distilling stand, you can place a brew in a barrel for a short while to pull up the brew's hidden data for determining the quality of the drink.

Brew Drink Data

A brew's data can be pulled up by placing the drink in a distillation stand or an aging barrel. This can only be done if you have a named drink and not one of the base drinks, indefinite brews or ruined potions.

Brewery Drink Data Example: All parameters are green and the drink has 5 stars indicating it is perfect. It also shows the alcohol amount and lore.

The following 6 values could show up on the brew:

  • Quality: The number of stars on a drink indicates its quality with 5 stars being a perfect brew. Drinking lesser quality drinks will make you more likely to puke when very drunk.
  • Ingredients: How accurate your ingredients in the brew are to the perfect recipe
  • Minutes Fermented: How accurate the fermentation time is to the perfect recipe
  • Distillation Runs: How many times the drink was distilled compared to the perfect recipe
  • Years Aged: How long the brew was aged compared to the perfect recipe
  • Wood Type: If the correct wood type is being used or not (This will only show up for brews that require a specific wood type)

Note: Each of the above lore values will have a color associated with them; Green, Yellow, Orange or Red. If the value is perfect, it will show up green. Depending on the difficulty of the brew, the further you are away from the perfect amount, the drink data values will show up yellow, orange and then red.

In addition to the above values, a brew may also contain any of the following:

  • Lore: A drink might have a small line of lore text in blue underneath the perfect drink's name. This will show up on the drink at all times.
  • Title Message: After drinking a brew, you may see a message appear in the center of your screen for a few seconds before disappearing. This data will not show up on the bottle before drinking.
  • Chat Message: After drinking a brew, you may see a message appear in your chat. This data will not show up on the bottle before drinking.
  • Alcohol Amount: When you stick a drink in a distilling stand, it may show the drink's alcohol amount in ml. This number is the alcohol's potency out of 100.

Drinking Effects

While drinking, you can receive a multitude of side effects as a result of getting drunk. Each player has an alcohol limit of 100/100 and each drink will add to that limit until you exceed 100. Once you go over 100, you will pass out and get kicked from the server. In addition to the effects a brew may give you, the following effects may occur depending on your alcohol limit:

  • Slurred Speech: As you get more drunk, the Brewery Mod will detect certain combinations of letters or phrases and jumble them up in chat. A single word like hello could turn into a full sentence of random slurred speech. Additionally, text on signs will also appear slurred after you finish typing on them.
  • Stumbled Walk: You may find yourself moving in one direction on your own and have little control over moving in that direction. This becomes increasingly bad as you near the 100 alcohol limit.
  • Passing Out: When you exceed your 100 alcohol limit (There isn't currently a way to check your current alcohol amount so be careful!), you will get kicked from the server. When trying to log back in, it may tell you that you're too drunk to log in! Just keep trying and eventually you'll be able to rejoin. Be careful though because you will be combat tagged on drunk log out and can be easily killed.
  • Nausea: As you near the 100 alcohol limit, you may get increasingly bad spells of nausea that can last a few seconds or a few minutes. Stop being such a drunkard!
    • Note: You can turn lessen or turn off nausea effects in your Minecraft accessibility settings.
  • Vomiting: After you reach a certain alcohol limit, you may start spewing soul sand everywhere. This is just a visual effect and you can't pick the soul sand up. The frequency of this happening increases if you drink lower quality drinks or ruined potions.
  • Poison: Aside from a few brews having poison as an effect in the config, if you drink imperfect brews (Especially ruined potions) you have a chance of poisoning yourself.
  • Hangover: If you log out while you are drunk, and log back in later that day, you will log in with weakness, hunger or slowness effects due to a hang over. This is more likely to be severe if you got drunk off of lower quality or ruined brews.

Sobering Up

There are a few ways that you can sober up to help reduce your alcohol limit.

  • Over time, you will slowly get less drunk and the effects of drinking will become shorter and more spread out
  • You can eat certain foods to reduce your alcohol limit. (Note: It is uncertain if this works properly on CivClassic)
    • Drinking a milk bucket will remove all potion effects and reduce your alcohol limit by 3 points each
      • Note: For cases of nausea, milk is rather ineffective since the nausea will continually reoccur for a little while.
    • Eating bread will reduce your alcohol limit by 3 points each
    • Eating a potato will reduce your alcohol limit by 4 points each
    • Eating a baked potato will reduce your alcohol limit by 6 points each
  • Some drinks can now lower your alcohol limit too! Teas, food based drinks and other beverages can decrease your alcohol limit between -1 to -10 depending on the drink.

Brew Unlabeling

Crafting recipe for the Brew Sealing Table

Unlabeling a brew will remove a few pieces of brew drink data so you can protect your recipes from being easily discovered. Unlabeling a brew will remove cauldron cook time, years aged and number of time distilled. (Will still display it was aged or distilled though). There are two different ways to unlabel a brew:

  • While you have a brew highlighted in your hot bar, type the command "/brew unlabel" and it will unlabel the brew.
  • You can craft a custom item called the "Brew Sealing Table". It is crafted by using 2 glass bottles in a row and four wood planks underneath the bottles in a square. The Brew Sealing Table allows you to automatically use the /brew unlabel command for every brew you stick in it. Place a brew into the table, wait a few seconds for a clunk sound and it will auto run the command every time you place a brew in it.

Note: There is a weird visual glitch if you shift click a brew from your hot bar into the menu, it will look like it duplicates your brew. It does not.

Brewing Hints & Details

Ingredients & Brew Bases

There are numerous ingredients that can be added to the cauldron when trying to discover brews. You may have noticed Brew Bases mentioned a few times in the article already, so what are they? Brew bases are brews named after the majority ingredient and are not a discovered brew. Below is a table of all ingredients and their base brew names that can be added to the cauldron.

List of Brewery Bases
Ingredient Drink Base Name
Wheat Fermented Wheat
Sugar Cane Sugar Brew
Apple Apple Juice
Potato Potatomash
Grass (Short sheared) Boiled Herbs
Fern Mint Extract
Red Mushroom Mushroom Brew
Brown Mushroom Fungus Mush
Milk Bucket Milky Water
Snow Block Water Slush
Cactus Extracted Agave
Glowstone Shining Brew
Glowstone Dust Shining Paste
Egg Boiled Egg
Wheat Seeds Spice
Oak Leaves Steamed Herbs
Spruce Leaves Steamed Herbs
Birch Leaves Steamed Herbs
Jungle Leaves Steamed Herbs
Acacia Leaves Steamy Herbs
Dark Oak Leaves Steamy Herbs
Netherwart Grape Concentrate
Netherrack Volatile Concoction
Soul Sand Tortured Soul
Blaze Powder Steam
Blaze Rod Superheated Steam
Flint Wet Igniter
Lava Bucket Liquid Magma
Stick Bottled Stick
Oak Sapling Soggy Brush
Spruce Sapling Soggy Brush
Birch Sapling Soggy Brush
Jungle Sapling Soggy Brush
Acacia Sapling Soggy Brush
Dark Oak Sapling Soggy Brush
Beetroot Cooked Beets
Feather Damp Fluff
Cobblestone Cleaned Cobble
Gravel Coarse Granules
Bone Marrow
Spider Eye Arachnid's Gaze
Iron Ore Heavy Brew
Iron Nugget Iron Shard
Iron Ingot Liquid Iron
Iron Block Sheet Metal Rust
Gold Nugget Gold Shard
Gold Ingot Fool's Gold
Gold Block Fool's Bounty
Diamond Dazzling Mélange
Diamond Block Magnanimous Mélange
Pumpkin Seeds Pumpkin Spice
Beetroot Seeds Beet Spice
Melon Seeds Sweet Spice
Melon Slice Watermelon Blend
Glistering Melon Slice Shining Watermelon Blend
Redstone Dust Red Sugar
Redstone Block Red Sugar Cubes
Coal Santa's Tears
Carrot Vegetable Stock
Ender Pearl Entrapped H20
Ender Stone Convict's Walkway
Popped Chorus Fruit Smashed Lullaby
Chorus Fruit Soothing Melody
Chorus Flower Muffled Symphony
Carved Pumpkin Steamed Spooky Gourd
Pumpkin Steamed Gourd
Wood Sword Warped Sword
Ice Chilled Water
Packed Ice Glacier Water
Snow Ball Melted Snowball
Ghast Tear Ghast's Sorrow
Golden Apple Golden Juice
Sugar Sugary Water
Rotten Flesh Boiled Flesh
Fermented Spider Eye Dreadful Gaze
Sunflower Sunflower Oil
Lilac Vanilla Extract
Rose Bush Steeped Roses
Peony Gin Tonic
Poppy Opium Dew
Blue Orchid Essential Oils
Allium Bottled Tears
Red Tulip Red Flower Swirl
Orange Tulip Orange Flower Swirl
White Tulip White Flower Swirl
Pink Tulip Pink Flower Swirl
Azure Bluet Liquid Suppressant
Oxeye Daisy Aero Tonic
Dandelion Stewed Dandelion
Cornflower Gooey Corn Starch
Lily Of The Valley Elegant Toxin
Wither Rose Withered Ointment
Paper Rice Starch
Stone Polished Rock
Beef Light Beef Stock
Cooked Beef Beef Stock
Chicken Light Chicken Stock
Cooked Chicken Chicken Stock
Cod Light Fish Stock
Cooked Cod Fish Stock
Salmon Light Salmon Stock
Cooked Salmon Salmon Stock
Tropical Fish Tropical Stock
Mutton Light Sheep Stock
Cooked Mutton Sheep Stock
Rabbit Light Rabbit Stock
Cooked Rabbit Rabbit Stock
Porkchop Light Pork Stock
Grilled Porkchop Pork Stock
Cookie Cookie Mass
Vine Overgrown Ivy
Shield Weathered Shield
(Any Color) Bed Drowzy Brew
Book Dampened Knowledge
Bookshelf Liquified Knowledge
Bread Wet Bread
Stone Button Coarse Pepper
Rails Railroad Ruckus
Redstone Torch Battery Acid
Magma Block Undiminished Fire
Clay Ball Melted Sculpture
Slime Ball Sticky Sludge
Name Tag Unknown Liquid
Prismarine Crystals Shattered Crystal
Prismarine Shard Crystaline Tonic
Lilly Pad Lotus Blossom
Mycelium Creeping Liquid
TNT Ruined Explosives
Gunpowder Damp Saltpeter
Poisonous Potato Poison Base
Sand Quicksand
Sea Lantern Lantern Oil
Dead Bush Moisturized Shrub
Sandstone Mummified Brew
Oak Sign Weathered Oak Sign
Spruce Sign Weathered Spruce Sign
Jungle Sign Weathered Jungle Sign
Birch Sign Weathered Birch Sign
Acacia Sign Weathered Acacia Sign
Dark Oak Sign Weathered Dark Oak Sign
Leather Boots Swamp Muck
Leather Washed Leather
Oak Log Earthy Extract
Spruce Log Earthy Extract
Birch Log Earthy Extract
Jungle Log Earthy Extract
Acacia Log Earthy Extract
Dark Oak Log Earthy Extract
Crimson Stem Nethery Extract
Warped Stem Nethery Extract
Obsidian Impervious Brew
Dirt Mud
Cocoa Beans Caffeinated Brew
Brown Dye Brown Brew
Ink Sac Black Brew
Black Dye Blackest Brew
Red Dye Red Brew
Green Dye Green Brew
Lapis Lazuli Blue Brew
Blue Dye Bluest Brew
Purple Dye Purple Brew
Cyan Dye Blueberry Puree
Light Gray Dye Light Gray Brew
Gray Dye Gray Brew
Pink Dye Pink Brew
Lime Dye Lime Brew
Yellow Dye Yellow Brew
Light Blue Dye Light Blue Brew
Magenta Dye Magenta Brew
Orange Dye Orange Brew
Bone Meal White Brew
White Dye Whitest Brew
White Terracotta Hard White Brew
Orange Terracotta Hard Orange Brew
Magenta Terracotta Hard Magenta Brew
Light Blue Terracotta Hard Light Blue Brew
Yellow Terracotta Hard Yellow Brew
Lime Terracotta Hard Lime Brew
Pink Terracotta Hard Pink Brew
Gray Terracotta Hard Gray Brew
Light Gray Terracotta Hard Light Gray Brew
Cyan Terracotta Hard Cyan Brew
Purple Terracotta Hard Purple Brew
Blue Terracotta Hard Blue Brew
Brown Terracotta Hard Brown Brew
Green Terracotta Hard Green Brew
Red Terracotta Hard Red Brew
Black Terracotta Hard Black Brew
White Wool Matted White Wool
Orange Wool Matted Orange Wool
Magenta Wool Matted Magenta Wool
Light Blue Wool Matted Light Blue Wool
Yellow Wool Matted Yellow Wool
Lime Wool Matted Lime Wool
Pink Wool Matted Pink Wool
Gray Wool Matted Gray Wool
Light Gray Wool Matted Light Gray Wool
Cyan Wool Matted Cyan Wool
Purple Wool Matted Purple Wool
Blue Wool Matted Blue Wool
Brown Wool Matted Brown Wool
Green Wool Matted Green Wool
Red Wool Matted Red Wool
Black Wool Matted Black Wool
Emerald Villager Slush
Emerald Block Villager's Bounty
Quartz Block Weathered Quartz
Quartz Mineral Composite
Arrow Splintered Heart
Seagrass Steeped Seaweed
Kelp Steamed Kelp
Dried Kelp Rehydrated Kelp
Bamboo Softened Bamboo
Note Block Aquatic Ensemble
Oak Button Nutty Surprise
Acacia Button Artificial Sweetener
Birch Button Salt Water
Jungle Button Cinnamon Paste
Spruce Button Ginger Water
Dark Oak Button Boiled Garlic
Crimson Button Red Pepper Flakes
Warped Button Yeasty Liquid
Charcoal Damp Ash
Sea Pickle Pickle Juice
Hopper Bucking Liquid
Grass Block Still Grass
Glass Sharp Brew
Sweet Berries Wild Berry Juice
Andesite Wet Pebbles
Phantom Membrane Phantom Venom
Brick Superheated Brick
Rabbit Foot Liquid Luck
Honey Bottle Boiled Honey Bottle
Honeycomb Honey Glaze
Crimson Fungus Fiery Mushroom Brew
Warped Fungus Twisted Mushroom Brew
Magma Cream Topical Ointment
Brain Coral Brain Juice
Tube Coral Elongated Serum
Bubble Coral Carbonated Water
Fire Coral Sterile Water
Horn Coral Infused Water
Scute Turtle Stock
Iron Door Fortified Brew
Torch Match Slush
Heart Of The Sea Oceanic Blood
Soul Torch Haunted Ash Paste
Cobweb Sticky Glue

If your brew has one of these names, it means it is unfinished and may turn into a successful brew if aged or distilled. Keep in mind that most base brews will likely not turn into anything. You will need to experiment a lot with different ingredients and follow some of the hints provided to you.

Brewery Hints

Brew Names & Other Information

The following table includes the names of the officially revealed brews, the number of ingredients in that brew and the ingredient types for these brews. DO NOT expand the table unless you want things spoiled! You have been warned. The names in the list are for the perfect versions of each brew however each recipe has 3 tiers of quality and the lower quality tiers will be named differently. For the process column, Age means the drink is aged only, Distill means it is only distilled, Both means it needs to be distilled and aged, and None means the drink is ready to go out of the cauldron with no additional steps.


CivRealms also has their own list of brewery recipes. The ones discovered so far are listed below:

CivRealms Brewery Details
Wines Liquors Beers
Effervescent Moscato Smooth Vodka Pale Ale
Crisp Pinot Grigio Hard Cider Amber Ale
Chateau Reserve Savignon Blanc Tropical Chacha Nut Brown Ale
Peppery Fruit Zinfandel Golden Rum Imperial Stout
Smokey Shiraz Tequila (Doesn't work) Porter
Buttery Oaked Chardonnay Whiskey Lager
Smooth Pisco --- Bock
Fine Aged Cognac --- DoppelBock
Sipping Brandy --- Milk Stout
Melon Wine --- Pumpkin Beer


Another unique brewery-related item in CivRealms is "Neutral Spirits." Neutral Spirits are an item created from Smooth Vodka placed into a crafting table. This item has yet to be tested and has yet to yield any drinks, but it's our biggest league to a completely undiscovered branch of drinks. But, it is guessed that this is an ingredient to change original drinks that have been discovered into something else.

Newcomer Recipes

For those of you just starting out with Brewery on CivMC, there are a few officially released recipes that you can experiment with! Try making the perfect versions and then making them incorrectly to see how the Brewery plugin works. (Please do not expand this list. Brewery recipes should remain hidden. Everything on this list are recipes SoundTech revealed.)

Beverage Ingredients Cauldron Time Distill Amount Barrel Type Barrel Age Alcohol Effects
Wild Yeast 16 Beetroot Seeds

1 Sugar

7 Minutes None None 0 Years Used as a brewing ingredient in other brews
Wheatbeer 6 Wheat 4 Mins None Any 1 Year
Pilsner 8 Wheat

1 Lager Yeast 2 Hops (Tall Grass)

14 Mins None Oak 2 Years
Red Wine 11 Vines 8 Mins None Spruce 14 Years
Chardonnay 11 Vines

4 Twisting Vines 1 Brewer's Yeast 4 Oak Leaves

11 Mins None Oak 4 Years
Cider 8 Apples 4 Mins None Any 1 Year
Cherry Juice 12 Oak Leaves

3 Sugar

3 Mins None None 0 Years
Whiskey 9 Wheat

1 Brewer's Yeast

15 Mins 4 Distills Any 3 Years
Potato Vodka 18 Potatoes

1 Wild Yeast

8 Mins 3 Distills None 0 Years
Sake 15 Rice (seagrass)

1 Wild Yeast

18 Mins None Any 3 Years
Kefir 6 Milk Buckets

1 Wild Yeast

10 Mins None Any? 2 Years
Espresso 6 Acacia Leaves 2 Mins None None 0 Years
Earl Gray 12 Dark Oak Leaves

1 Peony

6 Mins None None 0 Years
Vegetable Soup 3 Potatoes

3 Carrots 2 Beetroots

25 Mins None None 0 Years
Zombie (Cocktail) 3 Parts Rum

2 Rotten Flesh

1 Min None Any? 4 Years

Additional Tips

Hopefully this guide helped you out with understanding Brewery. If you have any additional hints, feel free to add them below!

  • While trying to discover new brews, it is helpful to only experiment with one factor at a time. (Fermentation time, aging, distilling, ingredient amount)
  • You can safely take brews out of a barrel and store them in a separate chest while you are offline to continue aging them another time. Some brews take a long time to barrel age and you can easily miss the proper aging time while offline.
  • Network! A lot of players already have discovered dozens of recipes. If you are a new player, it helps to ask your nation or neighboring nations if they have any recipes they are willing to reveal to you.
  • It is beneficial to have a cow in your brewery because some drinks require milk! It is also useful to store a bucket on an item frame near your cow for easy access to the ingredient.
  • On some servers shop chests do not work with the Brewery Plugin and previously did not work to on CivClassic 2.0. Thankfully they are working now! Read up on the Item Exchange Plugin to learn how to make shop chests. You can still sell brews by using some redstone, dispensers and a redstone torch on the back of your itemexchange shop.
  • In the current config containing 690 recipes, no brew has a fermentation time that exceeds 30 minutes and no brew exceeds using more than 64 of any one item.
  • Due to a weird unintended bug, when distilling drinks, the drink will stop distilling once it reaches its maximum, perfect distillation requirement. Normally it should continue to keep distilling past that point for as long as you keep distilling.

Acknowledgements

This Brewery guide was created and maintained by GreatLordOz. The CivClassic Brewery Config was written by GreatLordOz with help from RektTangle. If you have any issues with this wiki or general questions, feel free to contact GreatLordOz on reddit /u/ChaosNeverLasts

Config Updates:

  • Update 1.1.12 August 4th, 2017 (Drink total: 154)
  • Update 2.1.12 July 12th, 2018 (Drink total: 293)
  • Update 3.1.12 August 25th, 2019 (Drink total: 420)
  • Update 3.1.14 November 1st, 2019 (Drink total: 470)
  • Update 4.1.16 September 27th 2021 (Drink total: 690)
  • Update 5.1.16 Unreleased due to Civclassic shutting down (Drink total: 800)

Full Config

Here is a link to the final CivClassic Brewery config that was never released. If you happen to use a portion or entire config on another server, just make sure to give me an acknowledgement somewhere. Additionally, if this link no longer works in the future, don't contact me for that because I wont be replacing it. Enjoy!