Did you know you can make homemade ginger ale in 8 days or less? Most families have an ample supply of ginger ale on-hand during the winter because it helps sooth upset stomachs, is a popular holiday mixer and it's a favorite among kids (thank goodness it's caffeine-free).
Here are just some of the many benefits to making your own ginger ale:
The only downside to homemade ginger ale is that it should be stored in the fridge. If you live somewhere with a cold climate in the winter, you can improvise and can store it in another cool space, like your garage. Here's how to make it with Masontops fermentation tools, based on a Cultures for Health adaptation...
And that's it! If you want to add in some additional flavors, we recommend doing this during step 1. If you happen to use glass bottles, please do not leave the bottles out in step 4: move them straight to the fridge. If the ginger ale continues to ferment and subsequently build up more carbonation, the glass may explode!
Let us know if you've ever made ginger ale before and if you prefer using water kefir or whey.
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