Simply skip the step where you add the yeast (the contents of the small pouch of ingredients). Follow the remaining instructions.

What if I want it to be non-alcoholic?

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1) Get a Soda bottle

Get a Soda bottle or something already containing a high-pressure drink that fizzes to be sure the bottle will be able to hold the pressure to be able to carbonate (create fizz). If you don’t use a high-pressure bottle it might burst and you will have quite a sticky mess to clean up.

2) Preparation
Clean the bottle with soapy water and pour your beer mix into the bottle with warm water (Not Hot) and mix. Be sure to leave a two-finger gap between the opening of the bottle and the liquid.


3) Squeeze
Squeeze the remaining air out of the bottle so the beer reaches the top and place the lid on.


4) Wait for 24h
Place the beer somewhere dark and wait for 24h.
Check on the bottle regularly and give the bottle a squeeze to gauge the carbonation level. When the bottles are hard, they are ready for consumption. A good gauge to use is that it should be the same stiffness as what a carbonated fizzy drink bottle should feel like.


5) Enjoy
Open slowly and over a sink. Enjoy!!

 

Warning: if you close the bottle after your first drink, the beer might keep carbonating (creating fizz) so be careful that the bottle doesn’t get too hard and burst.

What if I want fizz/carbonation?

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