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Low Cal, No Caffeine Iced Tea

You might find it hard to believe that I conjured up this recipe because I bought a kegerator w/ CO2 system. Since I have the perfect beverage distribution system, I felt bad hogging it all to myself to fill with only homebrew. So, I have a a single tap on there for kids to drink from. And therein lies the problem. The kids drink lots.. which is good on a hot summers day, except for all the sugar and caffeine that they'd ingest with traditional iced tea. So this is an iced tea recipe that I will triple and fill up a 3 gallon keg with, that will not lead to supercharged 2 year olds that run into things and bump their heads (as much), or as many bloodcurdling screams of hyper adolescents in the backyard. And I like it because I don't want the jolt of sugar.

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5mins
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ingredients

  • 78 gallon water
  • 4 cups ice cubes
  • 3 decaffeinated family-size tea bags
  • 1 raspberry herbal tea bag
  • 6 tablespoons sugar
  • 1 12 teaspoons stevia powder

directions

  • Boil 4 cups of water.
  • Steep tea bags in water for 3-5 minutes. Remove.
  • Mix the remainder of ingredients into the hot tea until dissolved.
  • Fill a 1 gallon pitcher 1/3 full of ice cubes.
  • Pour hot tea mixture over ice cubes. Add water to fill pitcher.
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"You might find it hard to believe that I conjured up this recipe because I bought a kegerator w/ CO2 system. Since I have the perfect beverage distribution system, I felt bad hogging it all to myself to fill with only homebrew. So, I have a a single tap on there for kids to drink from. And therein lies the problem. The kids drink lots.. which is good on a hot summers day, except for all the sugar and caffeine that they'd ingest with traditional iced tea. So this is an iced tea recipe that I will triple and fill up a 3 gallon keg with, that will not lead to supercharged 2 year olds that run into things and bump their heads (as much), or as many bloodcurdling screams of hyper adolescents in the backyard. And I like it because I don't want the jolt of sugar."
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  1. TheDangerChef
    You might find it hard to believe that I conjured up this recipe because I bought a kegerator w/ CO2 system. Since I have the perfect beverage distribution system, I felt bad hogging it all to myself to fill with only homebrew. So, I have a a single tap on there for kids to drink from. And therein lies the problem. The kids drink lots.. which is good on a hot summers day, except for all the sugar and caffeine that they'd ingest with traditional iced tea. So this is an iced tea recipe that I will triple and fill up a 3 gallon keg with, that will not lead to supercharged 2 year olds that run into things and bump their heads (as much), or as many bloodcurdling screams of hyper adolescents in the backyard. And I like it because I don't want the jolt of sugar.
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