Q: Hi. Do you have the root beer extract in gallon size?
A: This flavoring is not currently available in gallon size, but we do carry the sprecher soda syrup in 1 gallon on part iD c307-6011a
Q: how much root beer can i make from root beer extract?
A: This is enough to produce 5 gallons
Q: Do you ship to Australia?
A: We do ship to Australia!
Q: If i am kegging to carbonate, do i need as much sugar and I assume i do not need to add yeast?
A: If kegging yeast is not needed when using forced co2. The same amount of sugar would be needed for the correct level of sweetness
Q: I bought 2 of these. I wanted to make one as a normal Root Beer and then the other as an adult version, with alcohol. I would Keg both of the batches. Any suggestions for both? Would this work ok for an alcoholic version?
A: It would yes, I normally recommend adding in a spirit to the keg as opposed to trying to ferment out a base your self. The results can be spotty and using a store bought spirit allows you to adjust the alcohol and flavor a bit easier to suit your taste
Q: what is the best yeast to use?
I have a vitamin supplement of brewyers yeast
can I use that and how much
also I have had the x-tract for quite few years
can I still use
A: The vitamin supplement yeast may or not be activated for creating carbonation, I normally recommend using a Champagne yeast as this will build up a higher rate of carbonation and is inexpensive at $.99 a pack Item#24-3410.
The syrup should be good for 6 months to a year once opened and stored in a cool dry place.
Q: Can you use stevia to make this root beer? Will the yeast ferment using stevia? We have been making root beer for years and years, but never with stevia. I would like to try it with Stevia, but don't want to waste a bottle of extract if stevia does not work. Thank you for your input.
A: While Stevia will not inhibit fermentation by brewers yeast, it will not ferment and would not give you the rate of carbonation needed for soda. It can still be used as a sweetener without issue
Q: is your root beer extract certified kosher? by who?
A: The syrup is not marked as being certified Kosher
Q: I am allergic to citric acid. Does this extract have any citric acid in it?
A: Yes, citric acid is listed in the ingredients
Q: What are the ingredients in this product?
Thank you for your kind assistance.
A: The ingredients are natural and imitation flavors, caramel color, gum acacia, water, citric and ascorbic acid, and natural quillaia extract. Preserved with sorbic and sodium benzoate. Thanks!
Q: If mixing this for a keg to force carbonate what would be a good target c02 volume for the soda to get carbonation levels similar to canned/bottled store bought soda?
Q: Is Root Beer Extract gluten free?
A: Caffeine and Gluten free- Drink away!!
Q: Is the yeast just for carbonation? How do you prevent the yeast from consuming the 5# of sugar?
A: You only add a small amount of yeast per bottle for carbonation. There will be trace amounts of alcohol ( as with any natural carbonated soda ).
Q: Will this come with a recipe?
A: This root beer will come with instructions on how to mix it up.