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Carbonating: The Cheap and Easy Way
Hah! Awesome xD but buying it is easier
I have done this a few times and I did two things different.1st I put a simple valve at the bottle that holds the drink. when the pressure is equal and the max is reached I close off the valve locking in the gas. next the soda mixture is cold next to freezing..a few floating ice chunks is good. lastly with the valve shut I shake the bottle vigorously for a minute or so. the more surgace area exposed to the co2 the more will be absorbed. I let it rest in the fridge for a while before pouring a cold tall glass of bubbly lemon goodness!
Water tasted like vinegar.
You will get better results with carbonation if the brink being carbonated is well chilled. The colder the liquid, the more CO2 will go into solution. Consider inserting a valve in the hose, instead of pinching. This will increase the cost a few dollars, but make things easier when you clean up.
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I made it, and I found that a 1 liter pop bottle, and a water bottle work well. I used the pop bottle as he drink bottle, and the water bottle as the reaction chamber(the good sturdy kind of water bottle). I also found that you should use 1 cup vinegar and 2 Tbs baking soda, at least for my setup. Finally, i'd say that this method works well, and should be used if you don't want to blow 350 smack on a commercial carbonation device. One last thing, I used some pink lemonade drink mix as a good flavor to the previously carbonated water. Sorry for the 2 pic thing, I pressed the upload button twice.
It is so that there is a delay between dropping it in and the reaction. This allows for capping the container.
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