Ginger Ale: more ginger, more ale

Thomas Henry Ginger Ale is the premium filler for all lovers of classic long drinks — as well as experimental connoisseurs. The powerful ginger note meets gentle caramel aromas. Rounded off with a harmonious sweetness, the result is a particularly spicy taste experience. Thomas Henry Ginger Ale is the spiciest Ginger Ale on the market. In 2016, the premium, Berlin-made filler took home first place at the Mixology Taste Forum.

A bitter lemonade with a long tradition

Similar to ginger beer, Ginger Ale has a history as an alcoholic drink. Ales are among the top-fermented beers in England. With the invention of carbonation by the pharmacist Thomas Henry in 1773 however, the non-alcoholic variant of ginger ale became more and more established. The idea of flavouring carbonated water with natural ginger originated in Ireland.

Today there are several variants of this bitter lemonade. In the US for example, the “Golden Style” is particularly popular — which is even spicier. A taste which is similar to that of Ginger Beer. A bit further north in Canada, a milder taste prevailed which has also found worldwide acceptance. This “Pale Style” embodies what we now know and appreciate as ginger ale today.

Particularly spicy and versatile at the bar

Thomas Henry Ginger Ale is perfect for long drinks made with whiskey, like the signature drink the Horse’s Neck. Ginger Ale also goes well with gin, rum, brandy, and liqueurs. Ginger Ale is also a must in the alcohol-free version of the classic Caipirinha, the Ipanema.

The same applies to the alcohol-free bestseller, the Shirley Temple. This bitter lemonade combines all the properties an iconic premium filler needs: timelessness, versatility, heritage, and elegance. Thomas Henry Ginger Ale: when the natural notes of ginger create a special, spicy taste sensation. Cheers!