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Traditional ginger beer is usually a non-alcoholic beverage which is naturally sweetened and carbonated.
Traditional ginger beer making usually results in a non-alcoholic beverage which is naturally sweetened and carbonated.
The natural fermentation of yeast and sugar and prepared ginger spice yields the brewing alcoholic ginger beer we know today
Its origins date go back to the colonial spice trade with the East and the sugar-producing islands of the Caribbean.
Ginger beer became popular in England in the mid 18th century and was initially brewed in Yorkshire and then became famous throughout Britain.
Making ginger beer is now a very popular and homemade ginger beer is very simple using a home brew kit. On a summers evening sitting outside with a homemade ginger beer - what could be better