homemade root beer champagne

homemade root beer champagne

- in Root Beer Recipe

Simple Homemade Root Beer Recipe
1500 ml water (6.3 cups)
1/4 packet Champagne yeast
1 cup sugar
1 teaspoon Root Beer concentrate
sit 24 hours room temperature with air lock or balloon
refrigerate for 3 days
makes two 750 ml bottles

Short term flavor is quite good. Long term flavor will be improved by removing sediment before bottling. Bottles must be strong to withstand fermentation pressure.

Zatarain’s Root Beer Concentrate, 4 Ounce Plastic Bottle

Red Star Champagne Yeast (10 Packs) Dried Yeast

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  1. you posted all ingredients in American units but the water! would you mind putting that in ounces for this old timer??

  2. Great video ..never knew that,, Thanks Robb

  3. Hey that really cool!  Is ginger beer like pop too or more like beer?  I love ginger. I use it all the time.

  4. Pople BackyardFarm

    We love rootbeer really enjoyed this.

  5. Something about making things yourself is really satisfying! Cheers, Rob :^)

  6. I just ordered!!! Thank you for the links. I love this. My daughter and I love root beer, and this will be a real hoot for us to make together. Dang that was funny, it made me jump when it popped! Great video. Bless, Sheila

  7. Never heard of champagne yeast.

  8. I love root beer…that looked super fizzy!

  9. stephen dickinson

    Thanks for the fun videos.

  10. That's awesome! I love root beer. I'm going to have to try that. I've been making wine for maybe a little over a month now. I've made several batches so far and it has all been very drinkable. It usually takes about a week and a half for the yeast to finish converting sugar to alcohol. When it does finish, bubbling stops and the yeast dies and settles to the bottom at which point you just siphon the wine off of the dead yeast cells. At that point you can drink it or you can take further steps to stabilize the wine or change it's character. Brewing has turned out to be a fun hobby. It makes for a new skill and you're being socially responsible by starving the beast of it's excise taxes.  :-)

  11. That's pretty cool, Rob.  I didn't know that a root beer concentrate existed.  Once every few years, I make a batch of mead ("wine" made with honey).

  12. i don't drink stuff like alcohol or soda, but it's starting to look like the american protection and deportation movement, might just have something to celebrate, i could almost swear that don has been watching my videos

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