|Fentimans & Bloom - Gin And Tonic||In Stock||12x 275ml Bottles||£ 30.72|
|Fentimans - Cherry Tree Cola||16th May 2015||12x 275ml Bottles||£ 13.21|
|Fentimans - Curiosity Cola||17th May 2015||75cl Bottle||£ 2.53|
|Fentimans - Curiosity Cola||In Stock||24x 125ml Bottles||£ 13.14|
|Fentimans - Curiosity Cola||17th May 2015||12x 275ml Bottles||£ 13.21|
|Fentimans - Dandelion & Burdock||17th May 2015||12x 275ml Bottles||£ 13.21|
|Fentimans - Dandelion & Burdock||In Stock||75cl Bottle||£ 2.54|
|Fentimans - Ginger Ale||In Stock||24x 125ml Bottles||£ 14.82|
|Fentimans - Ginger Beer||In Stock||12x 275ml Bottles||£ 13.57|
|Fentimans - Ginger Beer||In Stock||24x 125ml Bottles||£ 14.57|
|Fentimans - Ginger Beer||In Stock||75cl Bottle||£ 2.53|
|Fentimans - Light Tonic Water||In Stock||24x 200ml Bottles||£ 17.28|
|Fentimans - Light Tonic Water||In Stock||24x 125ml Bottles||£ 18.44|
|Fentimans - Mandarin & Seville Orange Jigger||17th May 2015||12x 275ml Bottles||£ 13.21|
|Fentimans - Rose Lemonade||In Stock||75cl Bottle||£ 2.53|
|Fentimans - Rose Lemonade||17th May 2015||12x 275ml Bottles||£ 13.57|
|Fentimans - Shandy||In Stock||12x 275ml Bottles||£ 13.21|
|Fentimans - Tonic Water||16th May 2015||24x 200ml Bottles||£ 17.33|
|Fentimans - Tonic Water||17th May 2015||24x 125ml Bottles||£ 18.44|
|Fentimans - Victorian Lemonade||17th May 2015||12x 275ml Bottles||£ 13.21|
|Fentimans - Wild English Elderflower||16th May 2015||12x 275ml Bottles||£ 13.57|
|Hollows & Fentimans - All Natural Alcoholic Ginger Beer||In Stock||8x 500ml Bottles||£ 22.39|
|In 1900 Thomas Fentiman was approached by a fellow tradesman for a loan - a deal was struck, as in those times an Englishman's word was his bond. All that was required was a hand-shake and some security - in this case a recipe for botanically brewed ginger beer.|
The loan was never repaid, and so Thomas Fentiman became the owner of a unique and rather original recipe for success.
The Botanical Brewing is a simple process involving herbs and plant roots.
The original recipe saw them take ginger roots, mill them before tumbling them into copper steam jacketed pans and leaving to bubble and simmer, releasing all their flavour. Adding finest herbs, natural flavouring, sugar, brewer's yeast and fresh spring water the liquid was transferred to wooden vats where it is left to ferment.
The liquid goes on fermenting as it is bottled and corked in the old stone 'Grey Hens' - where it would fully mature and be ready to drink by the end of the week.
Today their processes have been updated through the addition of mild carbonation to replace the carbon dioxide lost in pasteurisation, which gives the product a longer life and keeps the level of alcohol to no more than 0.5%
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