Drinks are food items that are related to some sort of liquid that can come from a cup, tankard, beer glass, cocktail glass, or other container. Often the consumption of drinks will result in more than just healing Life Points, but will change your skill stats as well, either giving a bonus or a penalty. Although some drinks can heal life points, food is easier to obtain and heals more life points than drinks.
Normal ales[edit | edit source]
Some drinks in this list have a mature version, indicated by (m), which has stronger effects than the regular versions. All mature ales are members only, and are all obtainable only through brewing (except mature Dwarven stout and Ranger's aid). Mature ales also heal 30 life points more than the regular versions, except for Pigswill and Ranger's aid.
|Asgarnian ale (m)||240 (270)||No (Yes)||Rising Sun Inn in Falador, other locations||Increases strength level by 2, decreases attack by 4. Mature increases strength by 3 and decreases attack by 6.|
|Axeman's folly (m)||490 (520)||Yes||Player made||Raises woodcutting level by 1, lowers attack and strength by 3. Mature raises woodcutting by 2 and decreases attack and strength by 4.|
|Bandit's brew||0||Yes||The Big Heist Lodge in the Bandit Camp||Raises thieving by 1 and reduces attack and strength by 8.|
|Beer||100||No||Almost any bar||Increases Strength level by 2, but lowers attack by 4.|
|Chef's delight (m)||540 (570)||Yes||Player made||Raises cooking level by 1-5 (depending on natural cooking level), lowers attack and strength by 6. Mature increases cooking by 2-6, lowers attack and strength by 7.|
|Cider (m)||140 (170)||Yes||The Esoterican Arms under Miscellania Castle||Increases farming level by 1, decreases attack and strength by 2. Mature increases farming level by 2 and decreases attack and strength by a few levels.|
|Dragon bitter (m)||390 (420)||Yes||Dragon Inn in Yanille||Increases strength by 2, decreases attack by 1. Mature increases stength by 3 and decreases attack by 6.|
|Dwarven stout (m)||190 (220)||No (Yes)||Rising Sun Inn in Falador, other locations||Increases smithing and mining by 1, decreases attack by 4, decreases strength and defence by 3. Mature increases smithing and mining by 2, and decreases attack, strength, and defence by 6.|
|Greenman's ale (m)||290 (320)||Yes||Dragon Inn in Yanille||Increases herblore level by 1, decreases attack by 4. Mature increases herblore by 2, decreases attack, strength, and defence by 6.|
|Grog||100||Yes||The Shrimp and Parrot in Brimhaven, The Asp & Snake Bar in Pollnivneach||Increases your strength by 3 and lowers your attack by 6.|
|Moonlight mead (m)||440 (470)||Yes||Roavar in Canifis||No effect, but your characters says it tastes like something died in their mouth.|
|Pigswill (m)||1100||Yes||Player made, after Bringing Home the Bacon||Increases farming and summoning by 3, decreases attack and strength by 3. Mature increases farming by 4 and summoning by 3, while decreasing attack and strength by 3.|
|Ranger's aid (m)||0||Yes||The Poison Arrow||Increases ranged by 2 and decreases defence by 6. Mature version increases ranged by 3 and decreases defence by 7.|
|Slayer's respite (m)||590 (620)||Yes||Player made||Raises slayer level by 1, lowers attack and strength by 2. Mature raises slayer by 4 and reduces attack and strength by 4.|
|Wizard's mind bomb (m)||340 (370)||No (Yes)||Rising Sun Inn in Falador, other locations||Increases magic level by 2 or 3, decreases attack by 4, decreases strength and defence by 3. Mature increases by 3 or 4, lowers attack, strength, and defence by 5.|
Brewing[edit | edit source]
- Add two buckets of water to a fermenting vat.
- Add two lots of barley malt to the fermenting vat.
- Add the main ingredient of whatever drink you're making to the fermenting vat.
- Add a pot of ale yeast.
- Wait for several days, depending on what type of drink you are brewing.
- Turn the valve to let the liquid run into the barrel.
- Use a calquat keg or a beer glass on the barrel to empty the contents.
Alternatively, click the empty fermenting vat and brew according to the production dialogue, choosing the mature version if you want to use The Stuff.
Other alcoholic drinks[edit | edit source]
|Bottle of wine||1500||Yes||Fortunato's Fine Wine in Draynor Village||Decreases Attack by 3.|
|Braindeath 'rum'||10% of total LP||Yes||Harpoon Joe's House of 'Rum' or The Other Inn in Mos Le'Harmless||Increases Strength by 3 and Mining by 1.
Decreases Attack, Defence, Prayer, Magic, Agility, and Herblore by 5%.
|Brandy||200||Yes||Funch's Fine Groceries in the Grand Tree||Increases Strength by 3-5 levels.
Decreases Attack by 3-4 levels.
|Gin||200||Yes||Funch's Fine Groceries in the Grand Tree||Increases Strength by 3-5 levels.
Decreases Attack 3-4 levels.
|Half full wine jug||875||No||None|
|Jug of wine||875||Yes||Fortunato's Fine Wine, other locations||Decreases Attack by 2.|
|Tankard of beer||250||Yes||Rellekka Longhall Bar after completing The Fremennik Trials||Increases Strength level by 2, but lowers Attack by 4.|
|Karamjan rum||625||Yes||Karamja Wines, Spirits, and Beers in Musa Point||Increases Strength by 3.
Decreases Attack by 4.
|Keg of beer||250||Yes||Rellekka Longhall Bar after completing The Fremennik Trials||Lowers Attack level by 40 and raises Strength level by 10.|
|Vodka||200||Yes||Funch's Fine Groceries in the Grand Tree||Increases Strength by 3-5 levels.
Decreases Attack by 3-4 levels.
|Whisky||200||Yes||Funch's Fine Groceries in the Grand Tree||Increases Strength by 3-5 levels.
Decreases Attack by 3-4 levels.
Cocktails[edit | edit source]
Cocktails are part of Gnomish cuisine, primarily used for the Gnome Restaurant minigame. There are seven different types of cocktails players can make, and members only.. They are mixed in a Cocktail shaker and served in a Cocktail glass. There are also premade versions of the cocktails purchasable at Blurberry's Bar in the Grand Tree, though they cannot be used in the Gnome Restaurant minigame.
|Image||Name||Heals||Cooking level||Basic ingredients||Secondary ingredients|
|Fruit Blast||6||1 pineapple, 1 lemon, 1 orange
||1 lemon slices|
|Pineapple Punch||8||2 pineapples, 1 lemon, 1 orange
||1 lime chunks, 1 pineapple chunks, 1 orange slices|
|Wizard Blizzard||18||2 vodka, 1 gin, 1 lime, 1 lemon, 1 orange
||1 pineapple chunks, 1 sliced lime|
|Short Green Guy||20||1 vodka, 3 limes
||1 sliced lime, 1 equa leaves|
|Drunk Dragon||32||1 vodka, 1 gin, 1 dwellberries
||Heat, 1 pineapple chunks, 1 pot of cream|
|Chocolate Saturday||33||1 whisky, 1 chocolate bar, 1 equa leaves, 1 bucket of milk
||Heat, 1 chocolate dust, 1 pot of cream|
|Blurberry Special||37||1 vodka, 1 brandy, 1 gin, 2 lemons, 1 orange
||1 lemon chunks, 1 orange chunks, 1 equa leaves, 1 sliced lime|
Beach Cocktails[edit | edit source]
Special cocktails were obtainable during the Summer Beach Party events in the summers of 2015, 2016, and 2017. They could not be made by players, and instead were obtained through doing skilling activities on the beach or killing Clawdia. The cocktails were stackable, and gave XP bonuses in increments of 2% up to 10% in skills according to whether they were Combat, Gathering, Artisan, or Support skills.
|Lemon sour||Boosts XP in Support skills by 2%, stackable up to 10% for 30 minutes|
|Pineappletini||Boosts XP in Gathering skills by 2%, stackable up to 10% for 30 minutes|
|Pink fizz||Boosts XP in Combat skills by 2%, stackable up to 10% for 30 minutes|
|Purple Lumbridge||Boosts XP in Artisan skills by 2%, stackable up to 10% for 30 minutes|
Tea[edit | edit source]
|Cup of tea||200-375||Tea seller in South-east Varrock||Amount healed depends on the player's Constitution level.
Boosts Attack by 3.
|Nettle tea||500||Player made||Raises energy by 10%.|
|Cup of tea (Player-owned house)||Player made in a POH||Boosts Construction by 1-3 levels depending on the shelves in the kitchen.|
|Tea flask||Creature Creation||Can hold up to 5 cups of tea.|
|Cup of soil tea||200-375||Player made||Temporarily boosts Archaeology by 2|
Making Nettle tea[edit | edit source]
- Fill a bowl with water.
- Add nettles to the bowl of water.
- Use the nettle-water with a Cooking range or a fire to get a bowl of nettle tea.
- If you want to drink your tea from a cup, use the bowl of nettle tea with a cup.
Construction level-boosting tea[edit | edit source]
Making a cup of tea requires level 20 cooking and gives the player 52 experience. The following constructs must be present in the kitchen: a stove, a larder, a shelf, and a sink.
- Remove a kettle, a teapot and one or more cups from the shelf.
- Remove one unit of tea leaves from the larder.
- Use the kettle on the sink to fill it with water.
- Use the full kettle of water on the range to bring it to a boil.
- Use the tea leaves on the teapot to fill the teapot.
- Remove the kettle from the range when the message "The kettle boils." is received.
- Use the hot kettle on the teapot with leaves to create four servings of tea. This is the only step that grants cooking experience.
- Use the pot of tea on a cup to pour a cup of tea.
Archaeology level-boosting tea[edit | edit source]
Making a Cup of soil tea requires level 20 cooking and gives the player 5 experience.
- Get a cup of tea from the tea stall south of the east entrance to Varrock.
- Get one of each type of Archaeology soil.
- Combine the soils with the Cup of tea to get a Cup of soil tea.
Dairy[edit | edit source]
|Drink||Pub/Store Location||Store Price|
|Chocolatey milk||None||Not tradeable|
Making Chocolatey milk[edit | edit source]
- Get milk from a dairy cow using an empty bucket.
- Right-click a chocolate bar and powder it, turning it into chocolate dust.
- Use the chocolate dust with the bucket of milk to get chocolatey milk.