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Best Ginger Beers

Updated December 2018
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    Love the zing of ginger, but ginger ale has gotten boring? You’ll love ginger beer. And, no, most do not contain any alcohol. Ginger beers are refreshing consumed straight out of the bottle, or used as a mixer for cocktails like Moscow Mules and dark and stormies. Ginger beer is a fizzy concoction of natural ginger, yeast, and sugar (sometimes fruit juice or cane syrup instead of traditional sugar). Sometimes, it can be alcoholic, so check labels carefully for the kind you prefer. They originated in the Caribbean but now can be found in just about any grocery store or full-service restaurant. Many like it for its intense flavor and often all-natural ingredients as a healthier alternative to traditional soda.

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