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8 hours ago, Eric Srikandan said:

Re-fizz it using a Soda Stream!

You don't want to do that.  I once had a brainfart and poured the flavoring into the bottle before I put it into the carbonator...

 

I had to mop the entire kitchen.

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2 minutes ago, IndyRob said:

You don't want to do that.  I once had a brainfart and poured the flavoring into the bottle before I put it into the carbonator...

 

I had to mop the entire kitchen.

 

Wow, I had no idea. I carbonate all kinds of things (orange juice, lemonade, wine, liqueurs, etc.) with my Primo.

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25 minutes ago, Lisa Shock said:

 

Wow, I had no idea. I carbonate all kinds of things (orange juice, lemonade, wine, liqueurs, etc.) with my Primo.

Is a Primo the same as Sodastream?  I don't know.

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12 hours ago, IndyRob said:

You don't want to do that.  I once had a brainfart and poured the flavoring into the bottle before I put it into the carbonator...

 

I had to mop the entire kitchen.

I do it all the time. Fizz up cocktails too.

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Depends on the carbonator - Sodastream is one that causes mopping incidents.  

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On 12/15/2017 at 7:57 PM, IndyRob said:

Is a Primo the same as Sodastream?  I don't know.

 

Primo was an Italian carbonation system. They stopped making it, but, you can still buy new old stock. The downside is proprietary bottles need to be used and are pricey. (I do okay with 3) The upsides are: you can carbonate liquids other than water, the cartridge is the same as a paintball gun and can be recharged cheaply at a sporting goods store, you can control the amount of carbonation, and it does not use electricity at all.

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On 12/16/2017 at 10:02 AM, Eric Srikandan said:

I do it all the time. Fizz up cocktails too.

With a SodaStream?  My instructions threaten to void my warranty if I try that.

 

I wonder if one could bring back flat beer with one of the other ones.

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