Reed’s Original Ginger Brew was their first creation and is a Jamaican recipe for homemade ginger ale using 17 grams of fresh ginger root, lemon, lime, honey, cane sugar, pineapple, herbs, and spices. Reed’s Stronger Ginger Brew is our strongest Ginger Brew yet! Stronger Ginger Brew contains 50% more ginger than our Extra Ginger Brew, for a stronger ginger bite. They use the same great recipe which includes fresh ginger root, honey, pineapple, lemon and lime juices and exotic spices in a brewing process that predates modern soft drink production. is brewed from 17 grams of fresh ginger root, raspberry juice, and lime. It is 20% raspberry juice and sweetened with cane sugar and fruit juice. Reed’s Extra Ginger Brew is the same recipe as Original Ginger Brew but has 26 grams of fresh ginger root for a stronger bite.Reed’s Premium Ginger Brew is the wholesome ingredients version of Reed’s Original Ginger Brew, sweetened only with honey and pineapple juice.
My Opinion: I really enjoyed the raspberry ginger brew it has a bold and crisp flavor along with all the Reed Ginger Brew products and as we know ginger is great for you.
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About Them: When Chris Reed first decided to create a ginger ale made with fresh ginger in 1987, he went to UCLA library, pre-internet, to research into the early formulas for soft drinks. He figured if he went back far enough in time he would find recipes that worked with real ingredients. Then he found a book from the 1780’s before the first bottling plants even existed, that talked about brewing sodas from whole roots, spices and fruit juices in the kitchen. Chris knew he had found what he was looking for. These early soft drinks, besides being delicious, were also used as herbal tonics. After two years of much trial and error, Reed’s Original Ginger Brew was ready to launch.
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