How do I Make homemade ginger ale?
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Make a ginger syrup and add it to some soda water. Amanda has a recipe for it: http://food52.com/recipes...
Here's another in a slightly different (but equally yummy) style:
Or you can make a traditional, lacto-fermented ale. It will be naturally fizzy and have the complex, intriguing flavor that only fermented things can, but it's still definitely a crowd pleaser. I have a recipe for root beer here: http://food52.com/recipes...
To make ginger ale, on step 2, instead of using sassafras and licorice, simply use some chopped or grated ginger. Topping with ice cream is optional.
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