Buderim Ginger ventures into alcohol
Buderim Ginger is entering the alcohol market with two ginger flavoured drinks.
The two beverages mix ginger beer with vodka or spiced rum and will be sold in 250ml aluminium cans.
Buderim Ginger was established in Queensland during the World War II after Australia’s international ginger supply was cut off. The company started selling non-alcoholic ginger beer for the first time in 2015.
Buderim Ginger Beer with Vodka and Buderim Ginger Beer with Spiced Rum are available for purchase now from First Choice Liquor and Vintage Cellars. The recommended retail price is AUD$20.00 for a pack of four 250ml cans.
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