Make soda, sparkling water or carbonated beverages at home better and more cost effective then SodaStream with your own soda fountain machine.

We tried our own Fizz-Giz cap but it didn’t work out as good as the Carbonator Cap.

20 lb. Aluminum Co2 Tank (http://amzn.to/mvsOPg) $109.95
Co2 refill from local fire extinguisher company is $20.00
Co2 Beer Regulator w/ Gauge Guards (http://amzn.to/mTtH3T) $44.95
1/4-Inch x 50 Premium Polyurethane Air Hose (http://amzn.to/lIQQ0n) $32.00
Flare Tubeing Swivel Nut 1/4″ to 5/16″ (http://amzn.to/iycVpg) $1.95
Disconnect, IN Ball Lock, 1/4″ (http://amzn.to/lCt6dW) $5.19
Bag in a Box Syrup (http://amzn.to/kGBPfX) $33.99
Snow Cone Bottles (http://amzn.to/mKqN5u) $12.95
Snow Cone Syrup Pumps (http://amzn.to/jPfhCU) $35.99
Carbonator Cap (http://bit.ly/k6VRyf) $19.95
1/2 Gallon Canning Jars (http://amzn.to/in04uQ) $19.99 x2 *optional

Estimated cost to get up and running: $316.92
The return on investment is quicker then the SodaStream system.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=APT0wfZtU6A

  1. nicole sauvageau says:

    I just watched your Youtube video…truly fascinating!!! I found your video when I was reviewing different methods of making club soda. I was wondering if you knew of a way to make it in glass jars. If you got the CO2 from a beer supply company, there must be a way in order to put it in beer bottles. The glass bottle soda stream costs $200 to get set up and then you have to replace the puny little tanks at $30 a pop! The siphon method seems to use cartridges quickly… I am trying to avoid plastic because of the environment and as a result of BPA and other chemicals. BPA disrupts the endocrine system and I am having issues with my thyroid. Trying to make lifestyle changes so that I don’t need to go on meds for it. Thank you for your time and ingenuity.

  2. Jose says:

    I enjoy your ideas. Where does the flare tubeing swivel nut fit into the carbonator. I am going to model mine afters yours but didnt kno where it fit in. thanks for the videos.