Three Recipes for Fresh Ginga-Ale

Three Recipes for Fresh Ginga-Ale

Store bought ginger-ale is packed with sugar with anywhere from 30-40 grams per serving. We love our Iconic Ginga Syrup because it only has 5 grams of sugar per ounce and made with real ginger. By adding an ounce of Ginga Syrup to 6-8oz of sparkling water, you can make a low sugar ginger-ale  any Spring day!

Get some Iconic Ginga Syrup, sparkling water, and some fresh juice (either store-bought or juice your own!) We used the grab-and-go cold-pressed juiced from Whole Foods Market and busted out our juicer.

Here are three recipes to make a non-alcoholic ginga-ale featuring fresh ingredients and Iconic Ginga Syrup!

All natural ginger syrup to craft quality ginger ale by Iconic Cocktail Co.


  • 1oz Celery juice

  • 1oz Strawberry juice

  • 1oz Iconic Ginga Syrup

  • 1/2oz Lime juice

  • 4oz Sparkling water

-Juice celery and strawberries. If juicing your own, Use about 1-2 stalks of celery and 2-3 strawberries.

-Combine all with ice in a mason jar.

-Garnish with strawberry & celery slice.

all natural ginger syrup to craft fresh ginger ale with Iconic Cocktail Co


  • 1oz Blood Orange

  • 1oz Iconic Ginga Syrup

  • 1oz Whole Foods Orangest Cold-Pressed Juice (Orange and Carrot)

  • 1/4oz Lemon Juice

  • 2oz Sparkling Water

-Juice one blood orange with a citrus juicer

-Combine all in a short glass with ice

-Garnish with blood orange twist


-For ultra fresh juice, peel your cucumber before juicing. Use about ½ of the cucumber to yield enough for the mocktail.

-Combine all in a tall glass with ice

-Garnish with a grapefruit wedge

We hope you try out these fresh Ginga-Ales! All of these would be delightful with some spirit. Add about 1.5-2oz. of your favorite light spirits like Vodka, Gin, or Tequila. Stir well and enjoy!

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