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Twenty four hour root beer Recipe

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Contributor:  
Barbara Olson
Added: Monday, September 15, 2008

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Pour three tablespoons root beer extract over two cups sugar and add enough water to dissolve. Add 1 teaspoon dry yeast to one-half cup warm water to dissolve. Add to sugar mixture. Pour into a gallon jug and Fill to top with luke warm water.


Directions:
Directions:
Let set without cap at least six hours. Tighten lid and refrigerate. This is ready to drink in twenty four hours. The longer it stands the better it tastes

 

 

 

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