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Bundaberg Ginger Beer

Bundaberg Ginger Beer Questions & Answers

4.0 from 34 reviews

4 questions from our users

Litza Papas

Litza Papasasked

Is Ginger beer fattening

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roylt.

roylt.asked

if bundaberg ginger beer is brewed, why is it necessary to carbonate it?
after all, alcoholic beer is brewed but no need to carbonate it. with the recent sellout to a japanese or chinese company, product quality has declined.

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Alicia Pearson

Alicia Pearsonasked

Is bundaberg ginger beer healthy for you?

3 answers
iesb
iesb

Probably not. very sweet. But quite nice. Not a proper ginger beer.

Kb
Kb

In my view the benefit from ginger and the way the beer is fermented and processed is good. it comes down to the sugar use (cane sugar far better than white) and it says on this bottle processed the old fashion way. All things in moderation is the saying and still sticks in my view. A store bought ginger beer this one is my fave at present. Havn't tried any organic yet.

ross2011
ross2011

No not good for you
To much sugar.
Not brewed the old fashioned way
We do need sugar in our diet, but we get enough from the fruit we eat, but don't drink fruit juice either, way to much sugar without the benefits of eating the whole fruit.
Only have 1 sugar drink per week (coke, ginger beer etc) should only be drunk as a special treat. Try lightly sparkling mineral water instead, you might be pleasantly surprised


jack.braun.1804

jack.braun.1804asked

Is Bundaberg ginger beer made from the root or oil?

2 answers
iesb
iesb

THIS lot is pure chemicals. Proper GB made when I was a kid in the bush grew from a ginger plant in the Coolgardie we fed with sugar. The plant was part of a ginger root, which served several families.

ross2011
ross2011

These ginger beer soft drinks are only flavoured & are not real brewed ginger beer that out grand parents made, Even alcoholic ginger beers are only flavored with added alcohol.


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