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その鋼の心を支えるものこそ酒でして

The character in question is asking for a drink and says.

What does でして mean here?

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The でして is actually 2 separate things. It is the particle で and する in the て form

The で can be seen as meaning "by means of" or "with". Where the して is a more firm / direct version of してください

Taking the context at face value, the character is saying something like:

Give me a drink that's for this heart of steel

More literal: (please) do something with alcohol that supports this heart of steal

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