Here's a ginger beer recipe: - Not mine but would like to try this.


Here's a ginger beer recipe:

7 ounces (200 grams) ground ginger
15.2 fluid ounces (450 milliliters) mineral water
8 ounces (225 grams) sugar (or organic honey as a substitute)
3.9 fluid ounces (115 milliliters) sparkling water
A few drops of lemon juice
Lemon slices for garnish
Prepare Ginger Mixture:

In a saucepan, combine the ground ginger and mineral water.
Bring to a gentle boil, then reduce the heat and let it simmer for about 10-15 minutes, stirring occasionally.
Strain Ginger Mixture:

Once simmered, strain the ginger mixture using a fine mesh sieve or cheesecloth to remove the ginger solids. Allow the liquid to cool to room temperature.
Make Simple Syrup:

In another saucepan, combine the sugar (or honey) with an equal amount of water.
Heat the mixture over medium heat until the sugar completely dissolves, stirring occasionally. This will create a simple syrup.
Combine Ginger and Simple Syrup:

Once the simple syrup has cooled, combine it with the strained ginger liquid.
Add Sparkling Water and Lemon Juice:

Stir in the sparkling water and a few drops of lemon juice to the ginger mixture. Adjust the amount of lemon juice to taste.
Chill and Serve:

Transfer the ginger beer mixture to a bottle or pitcher and refrigerate until thoroughly chilled.
Serve the ginger beer over ice, garnished with lemon slices for extra flavor and presentation.
Enjoy your natural, delicious, and healing ginger beer! Adjust the sweetness and ginger intensity to suit your taste preferences.

Anything else such as variations etc..

Certainly! Here are a few additional tips and variations you might consider for your ginger beer recipe:

Adjust Sweetness: Taste the ginger beer before serving and adjust the sweetness if needed by adding more simple syrup or honey.

Enhance Flavor: Experiment with additional flavorings such as cinnamon sticks, cloves, or mint leaves for added complexity.

Carbonation Control: If you prefer a more or less fizzy ginger beer, adjust the amount of sparkling water accordingly.

Storage: Store any leftover ginger beer in a sealed container in the refrigerator for up to a week. Shake or stir before serving as the ingredients may settle.

Spicy Ginger Beer: Increase the amount of ground ginger for a spicier kick. You can also add a pinch of cayenne pepper or a few slices of fresh chili for extra heat.

Herbal Infusion: Infuse the ginger mixture with fresh herbs such as lemongrass, basil, or thyme for a unique flavor profile.

Fruit Infusion: Add fruit juices or purees such as pineapple, apple, or peach for a fruity twist on traditional ginger beer.

Alcoholic Ginger Beer: For an adult version, add a splash of rum or vodka to each serving.

Non-Alcoholic Mule: Use your homemade ginger beer to make a refreshing non-alcoholic Moscow Mule by mixing it with lime juice and sparkling water, served over ice.


Here's a ginger beer recipe: - Not mine but would like to try this.