Cream Soda

May 25, 2007 — Leave a comment


Jonathan measures out the special sweatner
Originally uploaded by Jonathan D. Blundell.

From our kitchen to yours…

Well the Cream Soda is now tucked away in our secret brewery, AKA pantry. We have to wait and see if it’s any good.
It takes 24-48 hours to brew/ferment, depending on how fast acting the yeast is.
We’ll let you know how it turns out.

Here’s the recipe we used:

1 cup of sugar
4 tbps of vanilla – we used 4.5-5 tbps to cover any yeast flavor
4 small pinches of yeast (about 1/4 tsp)
pour the ingredients into a 2 liter bottle
fill the rest of the bottle with water and shake until the ingredients have dissolved
screw the tap on tightly
leave the bottle to sit and ferment for 24-48 hours (or until the bottle feels hard when squeezed)
open and enjoy

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