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Buy a Soda Maker Online: Homemade Root Beer, Other Flavors, and Syrup

Updated on January 14, 2012
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Soda Makers for Every Taste

Soda is expensive and contains high-fructose corn syrup. Homemade soda has natural ingredients. Homemade root beer and other carbonated beverages when made at home in a soda maker cost a fraction of the cost of store bought soda.

The soda makers to the right turn ordinary water into carbonated water. You can add your own flavors and sweeteners afterwards.

Making your own soda saves time lugging home cases of cans and bottles. You can make fresh soda anytime you need. No more recycling bottles and cans.

Root Beer Kits

The whole family can join in the fun of making naturally carbonated root beer. Most kits make 2 gallons of refreshing, all natural sassafras tea, also known as, root beer.

Root beer takes about three days to make. Mix the ingredients together, store in a warm, dark location so the yeast does its job for three days, chill in the refrigerator, and serve.

Children love to watch the bubbles as the root beer carbonates. The whole family loves the rich, frothy homemade root beer taste.

Make sure you have a good supply of root beer kits on hand. Friends, family, and neighbors will hear of your treasure trove and make any excuse to stop in. Evenings in the summertime are great for a tall glass of cold homemade root beer.

Soda Syrup

Flavoring Syrups

There are flavoring syrups for every taste. Cola, orange, grape, cream and other soda syrup flavors are available. A selection is provided to the right.

Save money by purchasing a soda maker, syrup, and kits today. It only takes a couple cases of soda to pay for the whole thing. After that, every soda is pure profit.

Share Your Homemade Recipe

Every family has a secret recipe for really good food. If your family is harboring a delicious homemade soda recipe, share it below in the comments section. Recipes can be made from scratch or a lesser known store brand to die for. Be sure to include equipment needed. Root beer is frequently made without many supplies, but other soda flavors require extra equipment. Give us an idea of what it costs for any needed equipment and for the product.


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