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Home Carbonation

2019-10-03 23:59:22.980665+00 by Dan Lyke 0 comments

Been drinking a lot of carbonated water at work, realized I should probably get a carbonation system for home. On the recommendation of my coworker Barry, I just purchased:

That latter is kind of a crap shoot on two fronts: Barry's bought a couple of caps, some of which work better than others on some brands of bottles (Perrier plastic bottles are the least likely to work), and our current carbonation procedure involves chilling the water, and then shaking the hell out of it while it's under pressure. I hope that the diffusion stone makes the shaking less necessary.

At any rate, this should be a cheaper better alternative to the SodaStream.

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