Bundaberg Ginger Beer 12oz

SKU #1193064

Bundaberg Brewed Drinks was established in Australia in 1960, with their Ginger Beer ranking as the country's most-heralded of its kind. The brewery says, "Made with the finest, locally grown ginger and sugarcane, there’s simply no compromise in ingredients or quality. It’s the real deal! That’s why it takes our expert brewers up to three days to brew every batch, ensuring maximum flavour in every bottle. And what a bottle it is! In the classic Bundaberg shape topped with the iconic rip cap. Before you pop one open, hold it upside down and you can actually see the real brewed ginger pieces forming a flavour-filled cloud."

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