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GINGER ALE - GINGER BEER

The first soda pop made in the U.S. was Vernor's Ginger Ale, created in Detroit, Michigan in 1866 by James Vernor. He sold it in his drug store for 30 years before opening a factory to produce it on a larger scale.

Ginger Ale is a sweet carbonated beverage flavored with ginger.

Ginger Beer has a much stronger ginger flavor than Ginger Ale. Ginger Beer is made with fermented ginger, sometimes with lemon peel, lemon juice or citric acid added. Ginger Beer is made in both nonalcoholic and mildly alcoholic versions.

 

 

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