Seagram’s Ginger Ale – It’s Good to be You!

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Seagram's Ginger Ale

It’s summer, people!!! Are you having fun? Well, I have just the thing to add to your fun. Seagram’s Ginger Ale!! Just in time for summer fun, Seagram’s is launching a “Good to be You” program! You can read all about it on their Facebook page, Seagram’s Ginger Ale Facebook Page. There is even a totally fun app that you can use to “stamp” a friend’s photo with the GTBU stamp.

Seagram's Ginger Ale

Seagram’s Ginger Ale is the perfect beverage for any occasion! With its effervescent, invigorating taste, it’s great after a workout, when you’re winding down in the evening, or celebrating with friends.

When I learned that I was going to have the opportunity to review it, my mind immediately turned to cocktails, because that is just how my mind works! Unfortunately due to a tight time schedule, I am writing this blog post at 9:00am in the morning, not exactly cocktail hour.

But I didn’t let that stop me; Seagram’s Ginger Ale is so versatile, I could have had it simply poured over ice, but I chose a Shirley Temple. Oh my, did this bring back memories. Remember when you thought you were something drinking your Shirley Temple?

Shirley Temple

  • .5 oz Grenadine
  • 4 oz Seagram’s Ginger Ale

Add grenadine in a highball glass half-filled with ice cubes

Top with Seagram’s Ginger Ale.

Garnish with either a Maraschino cherry or an orange wedge.

Oh, it was delightful. Perfect for sipping while typing away.

Seagram's Ginger Ale

Another thing I love about Seagram’s Ginger Ale is these cute little cans. They are 7.5 oz, perfect for mixing up a drink or two, or tossing in your lunch bag or gym bag. And even though it is much too early for me to begin cocktail hour, I did have a list of cocktails that I plan on trying, which I am generously sharing with you!

Cream Soda

  • 1.5 oz. Vanilla Vodka
  • 5 oz. Seagram’s Ginger Ale

Pour ingredients over ice in a tall glass.

Doesn’t that sound wonderful!!

El Diablo

  • 1.25 oz. Tequila
  • .75 oz. Crème de Cassis
  • 4 oz. Seagram’s Ginger Ale
  • 2 lime wedges

Add tequila and Crème de Cassis into highball glass filled with ice. Add 2 lime wedges. Top with the Seagram’s Ginger Ale!

Again…another one that I will be making tonight!!

Dark n Stormy

  • 2 oz. Dark Rum (Goslings Black Seal if you want to be more authentic)
  • 3 oz. Seagram’s Ginger Ale
  • Lime Wedge

Fill a highball glass with ice. Pour in the rum and top with Seagram’s Ginger Ale. Garnish with lime wedge.

Seagram's Ginger Ale

You can see that I am going to be putting those cute little cans of Seagram’s Ginger Ale to good use! And as if that wasn’t enough, Seagram’s even has some cocktail recipes for your to try: Seagram’s Ginger Ale Serving Suggestions.

So, to add to my above recipes, here are some that I definitely plan on trying!!

Strawberry-Basil Mojito

2 oz. rum, light
Seagram’s Ginger Ale
3 wedges lime
5 pieces fresh basil leaves
2 pieces strawberries
1 oz. sugar syrup

Muddle the basil leaves and add the juice of 3 lime wedges. Add the rum. Fill the glass with ice. Add sliced strawberries and stir. Add the simple syrup and top the drink with Seagram’s Ginger Ale.


The Cranberry Smash

ice cubes
2 oz. vodka
2 oz. Seagram’s Ginger Ale
4 oz. cranberry juice

Stir ingredients together. Serve over ice.

Okay people, I’ve given you six cocktail recipes to try with Seagram’s Ginger Ale. I’ve given you plenty of opportunities…unwinding after a long day, after a great workout, applauding major moments and milestones, especially with the Facebook App.

Seagram’s Ginger Ale belongs everywhere! At all of your special occasions, and even your “I just want to sit on my back porch and chill” occasions. It’s perfect anytime.

***Usual disclaimer – Seagram’s Ginger Ale was provided to me to review. But all of my opinions and the happiness I am feeling with the cocktails in my future are all my own.

P.S. If you have any cocktail recipes that use ginger ale, be sure and leave them in a comment, I am open to any and all suggestions!

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  1. says

    I am a HUGE ginger addict and therefore definitely have ginger ale cravings on occasion. I especially want that strawberry basil mojito!

  2. says

    Well now, wasn’t this a fun post? I don’t drink soft drinks often, but ginger ale is my favorite when I do. I loved my Shirley Temples when I was a kid and I preferred a Maraschino cherry, thank-you-very-much.

    We tried the barbecued chicken recipe you wrote about on June 18. It was delicious. We will make it over and over again.

  3. says

    Pam your review makes me want to rush right out and buy some gingerale… it looks so good, you’ve done a fantastic job of photographing it and reviewing it. I hope you’re getting paid for this!


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