Homemade Spicy Ginger Ale

| 2/13/2013 1:24:37 PM

Tags: Ginger, Ginger root, Soda, Soda pop, Ginger ale, , Jennifer Sartell,

 ginger root

Making your own soda pop is a really fun process. Once you have the few supplies you need for carbonation, the flavor possibilities are endless. Many brewery supply stores and even some specialty grocery stores sell “ready to mix” soda syrups or flavorings which are convenient, but making your own flavors from scratch are so easy, even a beginner can do it.

This is a basic recipe for Spicy Ginger Ale. Once you taste the flavor of this pop, it will be hard to go back to the store bought varieties, I promise. This pop has a kick to it! It's intensely gingery and it leaves a good amount of heat in the back of your throat that I rather like. You can tone it down by diluting the liquid with water.

Most of the supplies needed to make homemade soda pop can be found at home brewery supply stores or On-Line.

You will need:

CO2 tank

nebraska dave
2/17/2013 3:15:16 PM

Jennifer, interesting. This process could be used with just about any juice or liquid. I didn't realize the carbonization was such a simple process. Have a great ginger pop day or as some folks say soda day.

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