Seagram’s Ginger Ale Great New Flavor Giveaway

Seagram’s is introducing a new and improved Seagram’s Ginger Ale and Seagram’s is celebrating its new and improved Ginger Ale, the perfect bubbly refresher. Seagram’s has broken the law of flavor physics with a new and improved Seagram’s Ginger Ale, made with real ginger for a crisp, clean taste (preferred over regular Canada Dry) and with 25% fewer calories. The 100% great taste is cause for celebration and we would like to reward you and your readers with a delicious change of pace.

IMG_7476There are a lot of ways to enjoy Seagram’s Ginger Ale most of them being alcoholic, so I thought I would share the non-alcoholic recipe.

The Black and Tan Recipe:


1/2 glass Seagram’s Ginger Ale
1/2 glass ginger beer (non-alcoholic)


Pour into a pilsner glass and garnish with a lime wedge
Do not stir

And here’s a video of my taste test of Seagram’s Ginger Ale:

If you wanted the video then you know I liked it. I could actually taste the ginger in the recipe and it wasn’t as sweet. It was a great combination to me of the ginger flavor and sweetness you desire in a soda. I think it should be left up to you to decide though. So I’m happy to announce that Seagram’s is offering a month’s supply of Seagram’s Ginger Ale to one of my readers.


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month’s supply of Seagram’s

each coupon gets you a free 12-pack of Seagram’s Ginger Ale.

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  1. Jennifer T. says

    I like ginger ale cold over ice. I think I’d like to try it with a bit of crushed mint.

  2. Virginia Rowell says

    I will drink it once in a while but the kids love it. I use a lot of it to cook with. Especially when I cook a ham.

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