Crabbie's Original Alcoholic Ginger Beer Reviews
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Crabbie's - Alcoholic Ginger Beer - 12x500ml Glass Bottle Case
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by - written on 10/08/12 (Very useful, 270 readings)
Since summer has finally decided to show up in time for the Olympic games, we are celebrating in our household by putting the hot chocolate away and have reached into the back of the drinks cupboard for something a bit more fitting to the season. My partner loves Crabbies' ginger beer, and she introduced me to it a couple of summers ago. While I love the taste of ginger, Inever quite warmed to it the way some others have. I'm going to have one now, because I haven't tried it for a few years, and also because it's lunchtime on Friday and although I do have more constructive things to do, writing about daytime drinking is much more fun than spending half an hour on hold .. Read the complete review
by - written on 11/12/11 (Very useful, 214 readings)
I cooked a romantic meal for my partner and myself last night, and whilst I was in the supermarket picking up the ingredients, I thought I'd pick up a few different drinks for us to try as a change to the usual ciders we get. I bought the Crabbies Alcoholic Ginger Beer after seeing the advert and being tempted by the idea of a nice warming winter drink. I loved Ginger Beer as a child, and figured it would taste similar but with an alcoholic element. I bought one bottle of this as part of a deal which involved other drinks, but individually they cost around £1.75 for a 500ml bottle. The drink is described as a refreshing ginger beer, made to a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/07/11 (Very useful, 109 readings)
As someone who spent many summers as a kid drinking gallons of the non-alcoholic version, it was nice to discover ginger beer with a kick. -Taste- Very gingery, but not enough to set your mouth on fire. Brewed for eight weeks with steeped ginger, the taste is strong, fiery and definitely not artificial! The good quality ginger and alcohol content knock off most of the sweetness associated with normal ginger beer, leaving a crisp, warming drink that is actually quite refreshing. In the summer, it's great as a mixer with pineapple juice, over ice. -But how does it compare to a proper pint?- The alcohol content ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/10/10 (Very useful, 236 readings)
A friend of mine began raving about how delicious 'Crabbies ' alcoholic ginger beer was, around six months ago. After trying - thanks to that recommendation - I have become slightly obsessed with it and find myself feeling disappointed when a bar or shop I enter doesn't sell it. The bottle itself looks nice, simple and classy - emblazoned with the trademark Crabbies label incorporating the traditional Scottish thistle. The label describes it as 'original alcoholic ginger beer', and states that it is made to a unique recipe with fruits, spices and real ginger. Sounds good to me so far, and thumbs up to the aforementioned unique recipe. On checking ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/04/10 (Very useful, 147 readings)
Me and my husband walked to our local pub yesterday in the sun, we both wanted something a bit different and refreshing, so he chose this, as he really loves ginger. The bottle looks like one of those crazy real ale bottles, and it's kept in the fridge. The glass that goes with this drink is actually really small, and a bit pathetic really, as it means you have to take the bottle to the table with you, which isn't a major issue, but just seems a little bit silly. I am no fan of ginger, in fact I would go as far to say I hate it, but I had a good few sips of this, and I actually found it quite pleasant. I expected a really harsh ginger flavour, but ... Read the complete review
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