The story of Crabbie’s
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Today dear fans we are hopping in the time machine and going back to 1801, when Crabbie’s Alcoholic Ginger Beer was first born.
Did one know that a fine young gentleman named John Crabbie’s brought the spiffingly refreshing taste of Crabbie’s to the UK and particularly Edinburgh as a cure for sailors suffering from sea sickness? I say what a clever chap!
It was a Crabbie’s ginger wine that is still available from time to time now as a limited edition but do be quick when you see it dear fans, it does tend to fly off the shelves when one is out doing the shoppedy-shop!
The fabulous taste of Crabbie’s that we know now that is made up of four delicious ingredients combined with steeped ginger and it is fermented for eight weeks. Oh I say, dear fans we’re glad you have the patience to wait for that, George wouldn’t last five minutes.
Crabbie’s is served best chilled from the refrigerator over ice with a slice of lemon or lime. Which do you prefer?