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Crabbies Original Alcoholic Ginger Beer

The story of Crabbie’s begins in the early 19th century - the merchant Miller Crabbie benefits from the hustle and bustle of Edinburgh's harbor, which gives him access to exotic spices, including ginger. Unknowingly, he paves the way for his son John Crabbie to open the brewery that was to brew this extraordinary beer specialty more than 200 years later. The exact ingredients are a kept secret - it is known, however, that there are 4 in number and ginger is one of them - so skilled beer tasters should have no problem identifying the other 3 ingredients. The face of the relief bottle is reminiscent of some cider brands, but this doesn't detract from the look: Such an unusual beer can (or must?) Be more eye-catching. The narrow label shows only the most necessary elements: the name, a short description and a small picture of the plant that makes beer so special: ginger. Crabbie’s Ginger Beer is presented in light gold in the glass, an opulent, clear-white head of foam quickly forms, which dissolves quickly and spreads a strong ginger aroma at exactly the same moment - this was probably also to be assumed. In the initial taste, the ginger predominates again, only the carbon dioxide and the light texture suggest that this is beer. Gradually, traces of cinnamon, biscuits and exotic fruits become noticeable, which are replaced by a bitter-sweet and warming heaviness in the finish.

Allergen information: cereals containing gluten (A)