Ingredients

How to make it

  • Simmer juice, water and sugar in a stockpot for 30 minutes. Let cool and then add the yeast.
  • Let the soda stand at room temperature for 24 hours, then use a funnel to pour the soda into bottles (I used a growler I bought from a local brewery to bring their tapped beer home. Recycled and sanitized 2 liter or individual plastic bottles are recommended as they're safer if the pressure becomes too much and they explode). Leave 1 to 2 inches of empty space at the top of the bottle and attach the bottle caps.
  • Write the date on the bottles and store them in a warm, draft-free place, ideally at room temperature, for an additional 24 hours. Then refrigerate - for best results, leave the bottles in the refrigerator for an additional day or two before drinking.
  • I know enough people who have had experiencing brewing beer and have explosion stories, that I was kind of worried. I found myself relieving the pressure of the capped bottles a couple of times a day (it was REALLY cool listening to the gas being released!), and the soda was plenty carbonated come serving time.

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  • iraycxell 6 years ago
    Maybe its gonna be good but tell me why dose that taste robot allways tell me im not gonna like it.
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  • dancegypsy67 7 years ago
    If you're not fortunate enough to live in an area with a homebrewing supplies shop, here are a few Mother Earth News recommended websites:
    http://www.thebeveragepeople.com/
    http://www.bev-art.com/
    http://www.jimshomebrew.com/
    http://www.midwestsupplies.com/
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  • chefjeb 7 years ago
    Take a tip from the home brewers, which is what you are doing -- sanitize everything, including the bottles, funnels, stirrers, everything. Bacteria can spoil the finished product and you'll have a stinky mess. And yes, the bottles can explode. Those 2 liter soft drink bottles if heated can leach chemicals. Use glass.
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  • jaie 7 years ago
    I never trid making my own soda, and grape is so good when it really cold and the weather is really hot. Thanks!
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