Where does the flavor of root beer come from?

This legendary Award-Winning Root Beer has the rich, creamy flavor that only comes from using Wisconsin honey direct from the combs. Our brew master skillfully combines a host of flavors in our gas-fired brew kettle. Then ages it just long enough to achieve peak flavor, super creamy mouthfeel and a frothy head.

What kind of sugar do you use for root beer?

With brewing beer, you can choose between extract and allspice. Root beer needs sweetener; you can use table sugar, corn syrup, beet sugar, brown sugar, or honey. Honey is one of the best options to use.

Which is the best brand of root beer?

Our Taste of Home staffers tried nine root beer brands and picked their faves. When it comes to soda fountain treats, I crave a root beer float above all others. The spicy kick of a good root beer paired with rich, creamy vanilla ice cream is a match made in heaven.

What should I add to my root beer recipe?

Some like to add natural honey instead of sugar because it makes it taste a lot better. The next step in any root beer recipe is carbonation. Carbonation is the word used to talk about carbon dioxide reactions to carbonates, bicarbonates and carbonic acid.

Is there such a thing as a non-alcoholic root beer?

Root beer may be alcoholic or non-alcoholic, most often non-alcoholic. It is naturally free of caffeine but can have caffeine added, and be carbonated or non-carbonated. It usually has a thick and foamy head when poured. Modern, commercially produced root beer is generally sweet, foamy, carbonated, non-alcoholic,…

Can you use sassafras root in root beer?

Remember that, when it comes to making homemade root beer, carbonation is somewhat optional. There is always the option of substituting sassafras root with sarsaparilla root. What are the ingredients for Root Beer? To DIY root beer, you use the following main ingredients:

Where can I buy 1919 pint of root beer?

If the Pony Keg is not available in your area, please contact us for ordering instructions. In 2020 we introduced the 1919 Root Beer 16 ounce pint can available in 12 packs and single serve cans at liquor, grocery, deli stores, and bars and restaurants.