Homemade Ginger Ale

Homemade Ginger Ale

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Roe Sie, from the King’s Roost, shows you how to make homemade ginger ale. The simple, pure ingredients are water, ginger, sugar, apple cider vinegar, and yeast. It only takes a few minutes to whip it all up, then just leave it for a few days to ferment. The soda brews and carbonates itself– no need for CO2, soda machines, or seltzer water. For pennies on the dollar, you can have the freshest, healthiest, and best tasting ginger ale of your life. More naturally carbonated homemade sodas coming soon on the King’s Roost Channel!

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  1. Who needs taquila when you can make ginger beer up to 11 ac/v

  2. putting the ginger in a blender is a lot easier than doing by hand imo.
    also a straining cloth and squeezing the juice out after you put it in water gets you like 4 times as much flavor from the ginger.


    Thank you! That look easy enough…

  4. what if you don't have a fridge?

  5. Hi love the videos, how ever I make home made ginger ale as well and do it very differently.no vinegar no yeast (lacto fermented and you can drink it in 24 hours once you have the fermented starter. . I would love to share my way with you since you kindly shared your s with me.let me know if this would be ok. thanks again for the wonderful videos.

  6. great vid- will make this for our xmas party!
    (ginger ale& teq) thanks.

  7. hwow is there no alcohol content in this gingerale?

  8. i thought this video was made great but you focused to much on your face

  9. Great Video, but I need to know what's that that is living on top of your head? 🙂
    Why use Yeast over just using the natural Lacto Bacilli living on the Ginger, and I guess some in the air, too? For more Fiz? or faster fermentation? Have you tried an experiment to see which is different in what ways? Yeast vs o' natural? Thanks Roe!

  10. DanielinLaTuna

    You guys are really cool. I just subscribed. Loved the video on backyard chickens too. I've been making kefir, kombucha, and lacto-fermented lemonade; time to try ginger ale…

  11. Or you can buy a six pack of canada dry and have it taste nearly the same or better

  12. Just wondering where I'll find champagne yeast…

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