• Gnome Root Beer Extract

click on thumbnail to zoom
Item #: F34
Our Price: $7.99
In Stock, Will Ship On 05/28/2020.
  16 Oz Pet Beer Bottles (Case Of 24) (+ $22.99)
  25 Caps For P46 Pet Beer Bottles (+ $4.99)
  Red Star Premier Blanc Yeast (+ $.89)


Gnome Soda Extracts are the finest available, for a rich, old-fashioned flavor.   Gnome Soda Extracts are made in small batches in Oregon, and are available in traditional flavors hard to find in commercial sodas. One 4 ounce pouch (and 2.5 pounds of corn sugar or equivalent) will make 2.5 gallons of rich soda using the traditional mix and carbonate method. 

Safety Warning: Gnome Soda Extracts include instructions for carbonating with dry champage yeast. If you bottle condition with champagne yeast, use plastic PET bottles, as glass bottles could explode, causing personal injury. Carbonating with yeast can be unreliable, and some batches may turn out flat, while others can be overcarbonated.


Average Rating:
(based on 7 reviews)

Showing 1 - 5 of 7 Reviews:

Review and Rate this Item
by Brian
on 12/6/2019
from Stockton CA
Great root beer!
My daughter often helps me brew but doesn’t get to drink daddy’s beer, soooo.... this was a great way to let her brew something she could actually drink! And it’s really good root beer. I’ll order it again and might try the ginger beer too.  
by Lucas
on 6/11/2018
from MN
Gnome Rootbeer
Easy to make flavor packet, has good directions on package to walk you through the process. Great flavor
on 9/8/2011
by ssgross
on 7/19/2010
wrong recipe
Pros: Better than rainbow 

Cons: don't use the williams instructions above. the package says 1 4oz pouch for 5 gallons, not 2.5.
by Lon Y.
on 4/26/2009
Good Root Beer
Pros: Tasty stuff, everyone has liked it.  Traditional root beer flavor. After reading some other reviews, I did not mix it as strong (extract) or as sweet (sugar) as the package directions and it turned out good. 

Cons: Sodas take longer to force carbonate than expected (if comparing to beer). I precarbonated half the water (which carbonates quickly) then added the concentrated sugar/extract/water to make the full batch. Some say to crank up the pressure and/or shake the keg but precarbonating the water seemed safer.
Review and Rate this Item

Other Items In This Category

Be the first to submit a question on this product!
Ask a Question

    Email A Friend

    Send this product to a friend...