Crabbie's Original Alcoholic Ginger Beer has become one of Australia's favourite drinks and is now available in a handy 330mL bottle to make it easier to stock your fridge or esky or to enjoy in any party situation. Crabbie's has a long and proud history dating back to 1801 and its iconic flagship drink is a quite sensational, thirst-quenching Ginger Beer. Crabbie's contains 4 secret ingredients that are blended with steeped ginger from the 'Far East' to create the unmistakable refreshing flavour of Crabbie's.
John Crabbie & Co first made this spicy and refreshing alcoholic ginger beer in 1801 in Edinburgh, Scotland, using ginger sourced from the 'Far East'. It outlived the Empire and is now enjoying a resurgence. Heavenly in a pint glass over ice with a slice of lime.
Score: 4 stars
Source: MX - Melbourne
Ale-like foam smells like cough lozenges; it's spicy, sweet and - yes - gingery, with aniseed notes, evoking the old-style ginger-plant drink.
Source: The West Australian
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