How to Make Nectar Sims 4 Horse Ranch

If you want to know how to make nectar in Sims 4 Horse Ranch, and how to store it, you’ve come to the right place. It’s a pretty simple system, but since it’s all new, it’s easy to get stumped. So, let’s explain how it all works!

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how to make nectar sims 4 horse ranch
How to Make Nectar Sims 4 Horse Ranch

How to Make Nectar in Sims 4 Horse Ranch

To make nectar in Sims 4 Horse Ranch, you first need to purchase and place a Rootin’ Fruit’n Nectar Maker. You’ll find it in the Activities and Skills section, and it’ll cost you three hundred and fifty bucks. After you have a Nectar Maker, click on it and then select Craft Nectar. From there, simply choose what kind of beverage you want to make. Now, nectar is basically just code for alcohol, so you can make it from any kind of fruit. On top of that, you have the option to brew vegetable nectar and even trash nectar from garbage. Because reasons. And apparently, some occult Sims like vampires and werewolves can even make their special nectars. But, yeah, after you select the type of Nectar you want to make, your Sim will take care of the rest.

How to Store Nectar in Sims 4

Now that we know how to make nectar, we need to know how to store nectar in Sims 4 Horse Ranch. After all, you can’t just have all those bottles of totally-not-booze lying around willy-nilly. Well, in the Storage section, you’ll now be able to find the Rancher’s Stackable Nectar Storage Rack. These are surprisingly pricey, and can only store about thirteen bottles each. However, it is the only way to properly store nectar so that it can age properly, as far as we know. So, unless you just want to sling cheap hooch, you don’t have much of a choice.

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