From SAVEUR DRINK Issue #1 One of my favorite cocktail ingredients is ginger beer. Though Zingiber officinale, ginger, has been consumed for millennia, the spicy brew dates to 1700s England, when the root was fermented to make a mildly alcoholic drink.
Square in front of St Paul's, The statue faces away from the Cathedral, this was deliberately done; in the early 1700's Queen Anne bore 17 haemophiliac babies, one of which died in early childhood. As the children were taken from her one by one, Anne became depressed and began to drink large amounts of alcohol and became morbidly obese. She also, most importantly, began to turn her back on religion, refusing to believe in such a cruel and awful god.
From SAVEUR DRINK Issue #1Though ginger has been consumed for millennia, ginger beer dates to 1700s England, when the root was fermented to make a mildly alcoholic drink. Most beers are nonalcoholic now, but they're zippier than ale; we prefer them for mixing in cocktails. Black-currant-flavored crème de cassis adds fruity dimension and a lovely pink hue to this ginger beer and tequila drink, which first appeared in SAVEUR DRINK Issue #1 with the story "Nice Spice."
Ginger beer recipe. British recipes from Cookipedia. see also: [[Ginger ale]][[Ginger]] [[Beer|beer]] is a type of [[Carbonated|carbonated]] [[Soft drink|soft drink]] or occasionally, [[Alcoholic beverage|alcoholic beverage]] flavoured primarily with ginger, lemon and [[Sugar|sugar]]. It originated in England in the mid 1700s, and it reached its peak of popularity in the early 1900s.