over 30 flavors of soda syrups
make your own soda pop at home
How to carbonate water at home for soda pop
Using the SodaStream’s proprietary CO2 refills can be expensive. See my in depth
evaluation of the CO2 Doctor’s equipment in making my SodaStream’s CO2 supply even
Build your own carbonation system for water, juice, beer or most any beverage using
a standard 2 liter soda bottle.
This author opted for the Carbonator Cap system instead of a SodaStream.
Yes, you can carbonate using ordinary kitchen ingredients.
It’s simple and looks like fun!
For those of you who like to tinker, start gathering and put these parts together
for your very own carbonation system.
Knowing what each part does in making your water fizzy will certainly impress when
showing off your homemade soda pop creations.
This quick and easy setup uses a special soda cap along with a hand held CO2 dispenser.
It’s versatile and you can take it anywhere!
You can buy seltzer at the grocery store, which by far, is the easiest way to turn
my syrups into soda pop.
In addition to my SodaStream, I have a Carbonator Cap and tire valve setups that
quickly adds fizz to my water.
Check out each of the following ways to make seltzer for your syrups