With a bottle of Pickett's #3 Ginger Beer concentrated syrup on your home bar, things just got turned up a notch. Not only can you serve your cocktail guests their favorite Ginger Beer cocktail, you can heat it up with this Hot n' Spicy syrup. If you like your Ginger Beer to have a little bite, this is the product for you. 1 16oz bottle of syrup makes 96 ounces of finished soda. Just add bubbly water and enjoy! Works great with soda making machines. 1 16oz bottle can make 16-20 cocktails. Because this is an all natural concentrate, don't be afraid to use it as a cooking ingredient or food topping, check out our recipes page for more ideas.
ALL NATURAL. NO ADDED PRESERVATIVES. CONTAINS NO ALCOHOL.
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Ingredients: Natural Ginger Extract, Natural Spices, Cane Sugar, Filtered Water, Citric Acid, Natural Color
Posted by REX KLINE on 13th Sep 2018
I received a Soda Stream beverage maker several years ago as a gift because my family knew me to be a regular drinker of Club Soda and sparkling water. While I am not one for soda or 'pop'...I do have a weakness for 'Ginger' beer and ale. Having spent the last few years trying numerous other options, I finally had the good fortune to give Pickett's product a try. I found Pickett's Ginger Beer #1 to be excellent...the #3 Hot N' Spicy to be sublime.
Pickett's #3 is superior to every other syrup I have tried and easily equal to the best of the bottled ginger beers I have experienced.
Posted by Craig on 21st Jul 2018
After finding the Picket's #1 a little underwhelming, I thought I'd give #3 a try (wonder what happened to #2?).
In short, the best ginger syrup I've tried so far; my wife makes some from scratch which is delciiously overly-ginger, but lacks the touch of sweetness and the viscosity of the Pickett's product. I usually combine the two 1:1, and then top of with Sodastream-carbonated water (at max spritz) for a delightful ginger beer.
Good enough that it tastes good even if diluted to less than the recommended 1:5 ratio.
If you prefer yours less sweet than do a web search for "ginger syrup recipe".
Posted by Derik on 5th May 2018
I have now tried tons of different ginger beer syrups/concentrates, and just bottled ginger beer. This is (no questions asked) the best tasting and the spiciest I have tried. I recommend this to everyone I talk to who enjoys real genuine ginger beer.
Posted by Unknown on 24th Jan 2018
I do not drink alcohol so my review is based on the flavor of Pickett's ginger beer on its own. I have had many different ginger beers and this is the best. Fever tree comes close but it doesn't have quite the kick or deep ginger flavor as does this Pickett's #3. Pickett's is all natural and that's also what I am looking for. No artificial flavors with weird after taste.
At times though I wish it were just a little bit less sweet.
But this stuff is great I have a glass of it with some club soda every night. Makes my stomach feel nice, warm and settled and I get that after burn in the throat which is the mark of a good ginger beer.
Posted by Dante on 6th Jan 2018
I do not drink alcohol but love ginger beer and that is how I
drink Pickett's. If a ginger beer is really any good you should be able to drink it by itself and and enjoy the flavor on its own you should not need to cover in fancy whisky with a high alcohol content. But if that's what you're after then you've got the best mixer for the best whisky.
I have only tried the #3 spicy, not interested in mild beer ginger that doesn't have enough real ginger taste to it. It has a nice spicy bite to it (the #3 spicy) and a real ginger flavor.
It appears to be all natural with no caramel color which is what I'm looking for.
One thing though is sometimes it taste just a little too sweet.
I also like Fever Tree's ginger beer, but the two are different in taste. As for which is better depends on my mood. But there are times I prefer the Pickett's.
Posted by Pitbull on 3rd Nov 2017
The Pickett's #3 has a nice flavor with a kick.
Posted by ccvicki on 17th Oct 2017
I first tasted this syrup mixed with seltzer at the Lyons Distillery and immediately purchased some. Once I got it home I discovered that the spicy ginger syrup was fantastic in more than mixed drinks: in lemonade; in plain yogurt with berries; in baking homemade granola. It adds taste excitement, and is a must-have for ginger lovers.
Posted by Autumn on 1st Apr 2017
Ever since I was introduced to Pickett's Hot 'n' Spicy Ginger beer concentrate, my Dark n Stormies have never been the same! Now, when I order them out at a bar I'm disappointed. Some Dark rum, some Pickett's and some club soda makes the best Dark n Stormy you will ever have!
Posted by Autumn on 20th Mar 2017
I was introduced to their Hot n' Spicy concentrate at a small distillery in St. Michael's, MD and have been hooked ever since! Some dark rum (I bought the Lyon dark rum), Pickett's hot n spicy concentrate and club soda and it's magic! Of course, you have to like Ginger, but if you do, you will love this!
Posted by Unknown on 6th Sep 2016
I use cold purified water, syrup and drop in 3-4 Reeds dried and sugared apocrypha ginger chunks and stirring. By the time you finish the drink the ginger at the bottom has rehydrayed and makes a great treat.