GE - Rootbeer questions
mihalik at garygreene.com
Tue Jan 18 11:00:56 PST 2000
Lord Eadric, if possible I'd like to get a seedling of the
sassafras from you. When we lived in another land far from
here, it was plentyful on our land and we would brew tea
often. I would very much like to start some here as well.
Walick the wonderer
On Tue, 18 Jan 2000 10:58:37 -0600
"Mills, Scott" <Scott.Mills at compaq.com> wrote:
> If Ciaran doesn't, I do have a number of root beer
> Before deciding on a recipe there are several things you
> to think about.
> 1. What kind of root beer are you talking about?
> Soda Pop or real Root BEER?
> 2. How much are you going to make? What will you bottle
> it in?
> Where will you store it? (gotta keep it cool)
> 3. How much trouble are you willing to go to and what
> do you have?
> 4. Are you going to use a Root Beer Extract or use raw
> and spices?
> 5. Do ya want it carbonated? If so how are you going to
> carbonate it?
> (either with yeast or CO2 forced carbonation)
> For those really interested in this we probably take the
> discussion off the
> I plan on coming to the next brew session (the date is
> Sat, Feb. 5 right?)
> and I have all the portable equipment we will need to do
> any of the methods
> or recipes we desire.
> If you are not planning to use an extract it will
> probably be best to order
> the necessary herbs now. I have sassafras growing on my
> place (for those
> who aren't afraid of it).
> Scott Mills
> Scott.Mills at Compaq.Com
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Jennifer Mittelstaedt
> [mailto:gwyn_26 at hotmail.com]
> > Ciaran,
> > I was wondering if you could give the list a shopping
> > for the rootbeer.
> > I as well as several other ladies were wondering what
> > be need for
> > this endeavor. Thank you and see you at the guild
> > Gwyn
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