Make your own soda at home! This one gallon jug of grapefruit soda concentrate can be mixed with four gallons of water to make five gallons total of delicious soda! This is the perfect amount for those who keg using ball lock or pin lock style kegs. As these syrups contain sodium benzoate and BHA as preservatives, these must be force-carbonated using CO2, and cannot be bottle conditioned for carbonation. Perfect for the kids, or an a non-alcoholic alternative. These soda concentrates are made locally here in Indiana and are used by some local breweries as mixers for shandies, as well as on tap as sodas in local restaurants. Refreshing and delicious!
Do you have a SodaStream? These syrups can be used at a ration of 5 parts water to 1 part syrup, or to taste, with the Sodastream. Note: If using partial amount and not making up the entire quantity at once, it is recommended to keep the partial quantity of this product capped and refrigerated after opening.
- One gallon of grapefruit soda concentrate
- Makes five gallons total of soda
- Easy to make, simply mix the one gallon of concentrate with four gallons of water!