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Old 02-01-2012, 07:31 AM   #1
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Default xStraightedgex Friends coming to one of my parties.

I have seen in the ethnic food section of my local grocery store products listed as malt sodas without any alcohol. I have tasted a few of them whilst hanging around some Hispanic friends of mine, and they taste like non-fermented wort with carbonation. Now, forgive my friends for their way of life, but I like to be a good host. Is it possible I could boil a decent amount of wort, keg it, and carb it to a soda-like level and it would be tasty for these folks without pitching yeast and fermenting it?

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Old 02-01-2012, 02:09 PM   #2
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Try it!

If you don't like it you can always boil it up with some hops and make beer out of it later...

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Malt sodas are pretty popular. They're usually known as Malta so you should be able to find some information on this, as well as through the forums. I'm allergic so I don't touch them.

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My husband and I are SxE, we started making our own sodas because its easier and more fun, if you can't find anything at your grocers, find a local brew store and pick up some soda syrup and seltzer water. Make your own, we got a good recipe for some easy made root beer, and tweek with it!

"We have been experimenting with new formulas for a syrup to add to carb'd water, our most recent was steep 1/3 lb of ground malt in 2 cups water, add 2 tbsp rootbeer extract, 2 cups turbanado sugar, 1/2 cup honey, 1/2 tsp vanilla, 1 tsp black walnut extract, 1 tsp butterscotch extract."

All are easy ingredients to find and still inexpensive. If you havea soda stream, use it, if not its good in seltzer water too!

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OT - VeeEight292 in reference to the Ford powerplant, like the one in my '59 Edsel??

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