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Sprecher Root Beer Soda Syrup


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Contains one gallon of concentrate and yield five gallons of soda.


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Sprecher Root Beer Soda Syrup

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  • Sprecher Root Beer Soda Syrup
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The same famous soft drinks made by the Sprecher Brewing Company in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The syrups contain sodium benzoate, a preservative, which means that you cannot naturally carbonate this by adding yeast. All flavors contain one gallon of concentrate and yield five gallons of soda.

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Best Root Beer Made
If you want the best root beer there is.... then look no further ... this is it. And it couldn't be easier. if you keg in corny kegs, put this in the keg and add water... force carbonate.... and enjoy !!!
May 12, 2010
sprechers root beer
great root beer i have made it 7 times easy to carb. just hook to gas 20psi rock n forth a couple of times a day for 2 days until it will not take anymore . everyone loves it
August 25, 2013
Awesome Root Beer!
Great taste and the kids love it. Not sure about the cost complaints. Locally it sells for around $1.50 per 16 oz bottle. Buying the syrup - 5 gal or 640 ozs for $25 bucks versus around $60 for the same amount by bottle. Sounds like a deal to me!
August 8, 2013
I made 5 gallons of this for our annual church picnic last year and it went dry in about 20 minutes. It was a huge hit and folks are asking for 10 gallons of it this year. It's a little expensive, but it's absolutely delicious.
July 30, 2012
Top notch
Good device great quality as always.
September 15, 2016
excellent product
Best root beer I have ever had. Excellent quality, great taste, nice and foamy. People seem to really enjoy.
May 24, 2013
Easy to make, great taste!
December 18, 2010
Great flavor and very creamy. Can't get any easier than this - just dump it into the keg, add water, and carbonate. Only downside is that it is expensive.
July 1, 2010
Simple and satisfying!
Great rootbeer! Now the kiddos can enjoy the Homebrew with me! So easy to keg and carb... Will stop experimenting! Thanks northern brewer for carrying this!
January 10, 2014
The best!
This is the best flavored Root Beer concentrate. Super easy to mix up. We keg it have it always on tap for the kids and adults.
June 5, 2017
5 months ago
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Once i make my root beer in a 5gal keg, does it need to be refrigerated all the time? If i unhook it from the CO2 after using a quarter of the keg, could i leave it sitting outside of a fridge and then hook it back up to the CO2? Would it go bad?
A shopper on Mar 8, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I wouldnt do either one. The product is good. When you dont refrigerate you have the chance of dorment yeast start fermenting again. This yeast may at that time give it a off taste. CO2 both protects the wine from infections of bacteria by limiting the o2 on the rootbeer. if your keg is tight you could get away with removing the co2. I the non refrigeration is also marginal as it is needed for both preservation of the product from spoilage and preservation of the taste and freshness. You may be better off botteling nex batch.
would CO2 serving pressure be the same as beer or higher since it's a soda?
A shopper on Jul 31, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I force carb and serve at 25psi. I have 15-20 feet of tubing to compensate for the high psi, which usually gives me good carbonation and just a little head.
Can I use this with Sodastream to make root beer?
H E on Dec 29, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Definitely!! That is exactly what we are doing with ours! My son is obsessed with Sprecher root beer, and we didn't have the room for a full-sized tap in our home. The bottle of syrup recommends a 4 to 1 ratio, which seems about right, taste-wise. The only thing that needs a little tweeking is the amount of carbonation you add. We do 2cups water, 1/2 cup syrup, which leaves a lot more room in the bottle to add more carbonation if necessary, without foaming up too much. Sprecher is a 'flatter' soda, typically, so starting out with less carbonation to start with is a good idea. Hope this helps!
Is it certified kosher?
S U on Dec 2, 2015

Thanks for your question. The syrup is no longer certified Kosher as they haven't worked with the Rabbi that certified it in a while. They however have not changed the recipe and it was certified Wisconsin K.
Does your syrup contain any sweetener other than natural sugar?
A shopper on Aug 16, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The label has the following ingredients; Glucose Syrup, Raw WI Honey, Maltodextrin, Natural and Artificial Flavors, Phosphoric Acid, and Sodium Benzoate.
Is it Gluten Free?
Steven G on Aug 21, 2016
BEST ANSWER: From the Sprecher website: "Find out the details on our selection of Gourmet Sodas, all of which, by the way, are gluten-free and caffeine free."
How do you make this for a 5 gal keg?
W E on Jun 12, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Just pour the jug of syrup into a clean keg and then add 4 jugs of water to make 5 gallons. Cool it down all the way to serving temperature, then connect your CO2 and force carbonate by rocking the keg until it's carbonated to your liking. I've done about 5 batches of this root beer, and it's really great.
what are the nstructiuons to make this R Beer
LDG P on Jan 30, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The bottle recommends a 4:1 ratio of carbonated water to syrup. We use it in our Sodastream! We carbonate 4 cups of water then add 1 cup of the syrup. Have to kind of play around with how much carbonation you want. Sprecher is a less fizzy Rootbeer, so, we usually find that 10 short bursts of the carbonator is about right. Just don't try to add more carbonation after you at the syrup....very very bad idea...what a mess!
If I wanted to make this "hard" root beer using vodka or rum how much would I need to add to make it about 6% and still be sweet?
D T on Nov 19, 2015
BEST ANSWER: At this link you can find a calculator that will determine how much vodka you need to add depending on it's proof:

Anyone carbonate this stuff with a soda stream just like their syrups?
K W on Dec 29, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I have not, but the ratio is 1 part syrup to 4 parts water.

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