GAA Rating: Flavor: 3/5 A golden style ginger ale, Hansen’s has a strong ginger flavor. Unlike many Goldens, it is not overly sweet.
GAA Rating: Flavor: 3/5 With a definitive honey aftertaste, Thomas Kemper is certainly unique. Very Pale and Dry.
GAA Rating: Flavor: 3/5 A fruity and golden ginger ale, Vernor’s sports an almost bubble gum-like flavor. Not dry at all, but very sweet instead. Casual drinkers will enjoy the difference from more common dry ginger ales. The sweetness is not overly powerful and there is a slight hint of spice in the aftertaste.
GAA Rating: Flavor: 5/5 Blenheim Diet is by far our highest rated diet Ginger Ale. Like other Blenheim drinks, the #9 combines gourmet flavor with mainstream drinkability. Don’t let the ‘diet’ fool you, #9 is VERY spicy. The heat has a tendency to build up as you drink the beverage, so take your time […]
GAA Rating: Flavor: 3/5 VERY dry, White Rock is almost sprite-like. This is not a bad thing if you want a very light soda. The flavor is not in your face, which makes it ripe for mixing. Does not have a lot of spice or ginger flavor.
GAA Rating: Flavor: 3/5 Whole Foods brand ginger ale has a noticeable ginger punch right off the bat. There is a hint of spice throughout; but nothing lingering. A definite paleness comes through eventually, and this brand could be compared to many ‘natural brew’ or ‘home brew’ types.