Post by simplynaturalfarm on Mar 7, 2015 9:07:20 GMT -5
You can make a flavored syrup that you add to carbonated water - I have my own carbonator and I love being able to carbonate everything (when I remember to have icecubes which is REALLY rare around here . . . )
I don't know if you can use stevia drops when you are naturally carbonating things, but I know that erythritol mixed with stevia tastes just like sugar and you can add more AFTER it is done carbonating to make it a bit sweeter.
I get about 2% with a first ferment lew92. It's definitely there but not in large amounts. If it's producing gas, it's likely producing a little alcohol too, even baking yeast.
Annie (Jersey), Molly (AIS) and Bella (her Jersey X heifer) 15 Charolais cows, 3 Limousin cows, Barry the Angus bull, 1 Jersey steer (Buddy), 6 dorper ewes and a ram and two lambs, 15 chooks, a rooster, two dogd and a cat. Fruit, veg and as much cow poop as I want. Heaven!
I have a ginger plant growing in a pot on the windowsill here. I think if you had a greenhouse or hothouse it would be fine too.
Big Moo (dexter cow), Belle (jersey cow) Little Moo (dexter steer), Jack (lowline steer), Ziggy (lowline x dexter steer), Flora (lowline cow), Jaffa (dexter x red angus cow), Sorcha (jersey x highland heifer), Annie (jersey heifer), Panda & Oxboy (jersey steers), Vienna, Ari & Spring (calves). 8 sheep (dorper and awassi x white dorper), 2 cats (Sarge& Jasmine), Finn& Poppy the Amazing Maremmas, 18 chooks.
my ginger beer is "hard" and yes, alcoholic. like my dh says, knock you off your tractor I also do malt beers and ales and the like. I think it's cold enough here in winter to consider a traditional lager maybe. .. need a brewing basement
I got gifted a bunch of pet bottles once, but I don't like working with plastics tbh.
Long neck, crown seal brown glass is what I prefer, but swing top green glass like the Grolsh beer comes in will also do well if you're careful and don't sugar them up too much - and you always store them wrapped and crated OUTSIDE lol. First time I used something other than grandad's bottles we had a couple that just couldn't hold it.
The long neck brown bottles they make these days are all twist tops, and weak in the bulge (where the neck meets the torso of the bottle) and are just too likely to not seal properly, or to explode. which is a waste of good ale!
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mamacherri10: good afternoon! I have not been on the website in a long time. Have a new jersey milk cow and am looking to see how long she needs to be dried up prior to calving? She is due the third week of May.
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steven888: Dry her up now, she needs 6 wks of rest.
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highlandteen: five to six weeks is generally suggested
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