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Old 01-27-2013, 08:29 PM   #131
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But if you measured it out to give your coffee stout the caffeine equivalent of a cup of coffee, I would think that would be pretty sweet. Or any other beer for that matter... if it truly does not affect taste at all. Just add it to the bottling bucket with the carbonation sugar, I would think...
Only thing I would say is I drink beer a lot quicker than I drink coffee. Might want to tone down the caffine in the beer to account for drinking more of it.



 
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Old 01-27-2013, 11:39 PM   #132
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Only thing I would say is I drink beer a lot quicker than I drink coffee. Might want to tone down the caffine in the beer to account for drinking more of it.
If I make it a chewy thick stout, I think the aforementioned warning of caffeine will keep people from pounding them. This might also keep my single beer during dinner from making me want to fall asleep at 7:30 with the kids



 
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Old 01-28-2013, 01:28 AM   #133
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If I make it a chewy thick stout, I think the aforementioned warning of caffeine will keep people from pounding them. This might also keep my single beer during dinner from making me want to fall asleep at 7:30 with the kids
There are other sources of flavor. Try prairie moon.biz; they have bazillions of concentrates: melon, piņa colada, etc. you can then use any sweetener you like and it's cheaper than syrup. Health food places also have concentrates sweetened with stevia.

 
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Old 02-09-2013, 05:49 PM   #134
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Not sure if it was mentioned yet but Walmart has most of these mixes for $4.99

 
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Old 05-14-2013, 08:05 AM   #135
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I am new to kegging but would definitely like to save money for redbull tasting alternatives. I just bought a kegging kit from kegconnection. So I just wanted to ask you pros a few questions before I start.

1. After I mix the sodastream energy mixture with filtered water, how much psi do I use and for how long?
2. Do I disconnect the co2 after a certain amount of time?
3. How long will this mixture stay good for?

Again I am new to this so please no insults

 
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Old 05-14-2013, 02:07 PM   #136
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1. Generally from what I have read 30 PSI is what soda is carbed at.
2. As with kegging beer it is best to leave it on carbonation pressure when serving. If using a empty 2 liter and carbonator cap, yeah you can disconnect.
3. If you are making a keg of soda, you probably drink it faster than it will go bad.



 
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