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Ginger Narrisch - mixed beer drink with ginger syrup

INA-330-1

First beery, then sweet, then spicy - that's how you experience it, the Ingwer Narrisch. A bottle of it is definitely a good start for foolish newcomers.

Mixed beer drink made from 84% Märzen beer and 16% ginger syrup

2,49 (€7,55 per l) + 0,08€ Bottle deposit
Including tax
Content: 0,33l
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Delivery to Germany: Kostenloser Versand
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beery, sweet, spicy
Herkunft Bavaria, Germany
Alkoholgehalt 4.6% vol.

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First beery, then sweet, then spicy - that's how you experience it, the Ingwer Narrisch. A bottle of it is definitely a good start for foolish newcomers.

Mixed beer drink made from 84% Märzen beer and 16% ginger syrup

Location:
Munich
Country:
Germany
Content:
0,33 Liter
Smell:
Ginger, Citrus & Spice
Manufacturer:
Ginger foolish
Grain and malt varieties:
Barley
Optimal drinking temperature:
8°C
Ingredients:
Märzen beer (water, barley malt, hops, hop extracts), organic ginger syrup (ginger juice, water, cane sugar, lemon juice, lime juice).
Drink type:
Mixed beer drink
Food companies:
Narrenfreiheit GmbH, Johannisplatz 17, 81667 Munich, Germany

Ingwer Narrisch
A spicy beer mix with ginger - that's what Alex from Munich actually wanted to bring out a few years ago. But it didn't really take off back then, even though everyone really helped out. But the drink never made it into the bottle. Until his soccer teammate, Siggi, found out about the plans. Siggi comes from a brewery dynasty, he knows his way around the business and the market, and he put his foot down: Yes, the ginger thing, we'll try that again now, it tastes great. So Siggi and Alex fired up the juicer again, got drunk on some research and developed a recipe. A recipe that is now available as "Ingwer Narrisch", which we are a bit proud of. A lot of work really went into each bottle, from finding a ginger syrup producer to label design to bottling at the brewery. That's why we're so happy you're reading this now. And we're even happier if you like our Ginger Narrisch as much as we... [Read more]

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