8100694MRB20041

Root Beer Kit

UPC: 0791192200414

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Mr. Rootbeer provides an easy and exciting way for young people to learn about one of science's most amazing fields, chemistry. By the end of the root beer making process, you will have been introduced to some pretty cool chemistry, and best of all, you'll have great tasting root beer to drink! This kit will produce 2 gallons of all-natural tasty old-fashioned root beer, one gallon at a time. It's easy to use and fun for the whole family. Unlike store-bought root beer, Mr.Rootbeer is naturally carbonated, giving it less fizz and a smoother, creamier taste.

Recommended for 1 or more players, ages 8 and up

Package dimensions: 12 in x 7.25 in x 7 in

Includes 2 Packets of Flavor Crystals, 2 Packets of Root Beer Mix, 1 Packet of No-Rinse Cleaner, 1 Packet of Yeast, 4 Reusable Plastic 1-Liter PET bottles, 4 Bottle Caps, Gaskets, & Labels, 1 Plastic Funnel, 1 Root Beer Guide with Instructions

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  • Domestic

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  • Plastic
  • Spot clean only
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