This is a step by step guide to make alcoholic pineapple drink.
For those that loves to take alcoholic drinks but finds it difficult to get because of the lockdown or inadequate cash to spare for it, here is your solution. A quick search on the internet on how to make homemade beer will give rise to a lot of different brews. However, some look suspicious because of the ingredients required, there are a few that have proven more popular and effective in some African countries such as South Africa as reported by iharare.com is the homemade pineapple beer which only needs two easy ingredients to perfect apart from the pineapple.
Pineapple alcoholic is more than just an ordinary pineapple juice. It is already popular South African especially because it is easy to make and it requires just three ingredients. Pineapples are fruits very low in kilojoules, sweet and affordable and contain antioxidants and enzymes which is very good for the body.
The Ingredients required for these homemade pineapple beer includes :
1 kg of sugar
9 litre of Water
Wash the pineapples clean, peel and cut the pineapple and don't discard the pineapple peels(back of the pineapple).
Cut the back of the pineapple into small pieces and combine with the pineapple pieces.
Get a 9 litres bucket and put all the pineapple pieces in it.
Add the 1kg sugar to the pineapple in the bucket.
Then fill the bucket to the top with water(9litres).
Use a muslin cloth(Sieve) to cover the top.
Leave it to ferment for about two days until you can see froth.
You can add more sugar to speed up the fermentation process. The longer you the pineapple beer in the bucket, the stronger it becomes. When you taste the beer and you are happy with the kick, it means it’s ready.
Use the muslin cloth to sieve the beer in order to separate the liquid from the thicker pieces of pineapple pulp.
Put your beer in a container of your choice. If you put it in a fridge it has a shelf life of 30 days.
Warning: Alcoholic drinks is not good for people below 18 years. And adults should drink responsibly.
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