Rasberry Framboise
To make a fruit soda or ale, make a tea or tisane with fruit, water and sugar. Steep overnight. Strain. Add yeast starter, oover and after it begins to ferment, wait 1-6 days depending on how strong or how sweet you want it to be.

You will need:
   Non-metallic saucepan
   A large, 2-gallon glass or plastic container
   Plastic soda pop bottles -- 7 or 8 pint bottles with caps .
   Airlock (piece of non-biodegradable plastic and sturdy rubber band) for the large container

1 gallon of water
1 pint of starter
1 1/2 cups of sugar
1/2 teaspoon cream of tartar
a  cup of raspberries
For bottling:
1 tsp sugar syrup per pint

  • Put sugar into 2 quarts of water in a non-metallic saucepan and bring to a boil.
  • Remove from heat.
  • Put the cream of tartar into the 2 quarts of cold water and mix with the hot liquid.
  • When cooled to lukewarm or tepid, pour into a large, glass container that is no more than 2/3 full and add  starter.
  • Cover with an airlock. This is a piece of plastic secured with a rubber band over the opening of the bottle so that gas can escape but bugs cannot get in.
  • Do not use bio-degradable plastic.

  • Set in warm room-temperature area.
  • After fermentation begins, wait 5 days.
  • Make raspberry puree by putting raspberries into blender and add to  fermenting liquid.
  • Replace airlock.
  • Allow it to continue to ferment for another 2-3 days or until signs of fermentation are slowing down..
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  • Pour or siphon into clean plastic soda pop bottles.
  • Leave about an inch of airspace in each bottle.
  • Add a teaspoon of sugar syrup per pint to each bottle (honey, golden syrup or corn syrup can be used).
  • Secure each bottle with a plastic cap. Give it a light squeeze to make sure no air is going in or out.
  • After pop bottles are firm to the touch and cannot be squeezed, the ale is carbonated and ready to drink.  (As this beer is unhopped it will not keep as long as hopped beer, and should be refrigerated after carbonation and drunk  shortly.)
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Note: If plastic bottle feels like glass when you try to squeeze it, it is over-carbonated. Slowly and carefully unscrew the bottle top just enough to let some gas out, and then re-screw it back on.

The timing of when to bottle ale is adjustable, depending on what you want to achieve.Once it is actively fermenting, you can bottle it and it will carbonate. The sooner you bottle it, the sweeter and less alcoholic it will be. To make a soda pop type ale, bottle on day 2 or 3.


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