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Do you enjoy a nice, refreshing, fizzy, alcoholic drink? Do you want to learn how to make this yourself at home? Well, you can!
Hard seltzer is fizzy and casual and a newcomer to the alcohol scene. You can be the talk of your friends when you bring your own sparkly alcohol to the party!
If you’ve ever drank a hard seltzer, you might find yourself curious as to how you can make what seems like such a simple drink on your own. Hard seltzer is the new, up-and-coming drink, and it isn’t that difficult to make. Whether you are new to homebrewing or have prior experience, the process of making hard seltzer is easy. In fact, there are two ways you can choose to make hard seltzer.
With light, refreshing flavors and less sugar and calories than other popular alcoholic beverages, it’s no wonder hard seltzer is a staple beverage choice for after-work relaxation, special celebrations, and hot summer days. But how is hard seltzer able to offer impressive flavor and enjoyment without the calories or sugar other mainstream beverages have? What is hard seltzer made of that makes it so, well—amazing?
In my book, you will find out!
What is “Hard” Seltzer?
How to Make Hard Seltzer, Step-by-Step
Hard Seltzer Compared to Other Drinks
Equipment and Ingredients You Need
The Ideal Water Profile for Hard Seltzer
Determining Your Water Profile
The Importance of Water Profiling in Brewing
Adjusting Your Water Profile
The Best Water for Hard Seltzers
What to Add to the Water
What Goes into a Good Hard Seltzer Profile?
Sugars in Hard Seltzer Brewing
Using Sugars in Homebrewing
Priming for Fermentation
The Fermentation Process
Types of Sugars
The Difference Between Brewing and Granular Sugar
Cleaning and Sanitizing Brewing Equipment
Cleaning and Sanitizing Bottles
All About the Hydrometer
1-3 Days After Brewing
All About Yeast Nutrients
Alcohol with a High Gravity
Alcohol with a High Portion of Adjuncts
Yeast Nutrients in Wine, Mead and Cider
How Much Yeast Nutrients to Use
1-4 Weeks After Brewing
4 Weeks After Brewing Day – Bottling
Filling the Bottles
How to Flavor Hard Seltzer
Hard Seltzer Label Requirements
Alcohol Base for Hard Seltzers
★★★10+ Hard Seltzer Cocktail Recipes