Ginger Beer

standard January 10, 2015 Leave a response

Ginger Beer is a carbonated, sweetened beverage that is available in both alcoholic and non-alcoholic versions. The alcoholic version is fermented, while the non-alcoholic version is carbonated using pressurized carbon dioxide. Today, the non-alcoholic version is more popular and often used as a component in a number of cocktails including the Dark ‘N Stormy and the Moscow Mule.

Want to make some non-alcoholic Ginger Beer yourself, check out our post here.

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