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Pickett's 'Mixed' #1 & #3 Ginger Beer 2-pack (16oz bottles) Concentrated Syrup

RRP: $34.99
$31.99 (You save $3.00)
4.00 LBS
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$6.00 (Fixed shipping cost)

Product Description

Whether you like a citrusy, earthy spice or a peppery hotter kick in your Ginger Beer, with the mixed 2-pack you can't go wrong.  The mixed 2-pack comes with 1 bottle of each of our Pickett's #1 Medium Spicy and #3 Hot n' Spicy all natural concentrate syrups, giving you the Ginger Beer variety you are looking for on your home bar.  Both hold up very well to stronger spirits and make killer cocktails.  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.


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Ingredients:  Natural Ginger Extract, Natural Spices, Cane Sugar, Filtered Water, Citric Acid, Natural Color

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  1. My top pick for ginger beer 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 21st May 2014

    Pickett's makes a really solid, tasty ginger beer. The medium is decently spicy, the spicy is quite spicy. It's spicier and less sweet than, say, Bundaberg's, more like a Cock & Bull in my opinion, and makes a nice drink, with or without booze. Good with sparlking water and some lime juice. It mixes fine with a fruit-flavored syrup, like mango. I also throw it in recipes calling for ginger, like soups or sautees.

  2. Two great products 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 9th Apr 2014

    The No1 concentrate makes a ginger beer on par with the Ginger People beer at a lower cost. Very nice clear ginger taste and not too sweet. Because its a concentrate you can mess with the strength to suit yourself.

    The No3 concentrate is great for those who like a very spicy drink. It needs a light hand as its easy to get too much of a goo thing.

    The fact that both are concentrates is an advantage in that they can easily be used in marinades and glazes. No3 is particularly good in spicy oriental chicken dishes as a glaze. No1 works better with milder dishes particularly with beef or pork.

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