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How to make Ginger beer Video instructions

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How to make Ginger beer Video instructions

Homemade ginger beer can be a thing of wonder. Whether you're a Moscow Mule fan or just enjoy sipping it in a tall glass with ice, making ginger beer at home might mean the end of your store-bought ginger beer days.

Our Video shows how easy it is to make. 

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The new Kefirko jar

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The new Kefirko jar

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Elderflower and ginger water kefir

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Elderflower and ginger water kefir

It's Elderflower season, so why to not turn healthy water kefir drink even for something more healthier.
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Flavouring Water kefir with a second ferment

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Flavouring Water kefir with a second ferment

The first thing I would say about kefir is, EVERYONE will tell you something different. Brewing kefir is just like making any other dish. There are hundreds of variations and recipes out there, each one somebody’s favorite. Everyone will swear doing this or that particular thing will make the beverage more healthful for you — and often the advice is contradictory. My point of view? Relax. Just do it. Enjoy it. Experiment and see what works for you, what you like and don't like. If it doesn't  work, chalk it down to experience and try again. 
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Why does water kefir/kombucha/ginger beer explode and how can i stop it?

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Why does water kefir/kombucha/ginger beer explode and how can i stop it?

Fermented drinks such as water kefir and kombucha and ginger beer are fun and very easy to make and drink. The bacteria and yeast in the cultures converts the sugars into lactic acid, a very small amount of alcohol, and a lot of carbon dioxide. In some cases too much carbon dioxide,  and as the drink continues to ferment, more and more gas is created. This gas creates pressure when it is sealed into a bottle and the more gas that is created the more pressure is created, and too much can cause problems.water kefir

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