Published: 26 July 2012
The heat is on with a new British drink
A new British drink is sure to boost the urge to get outside and do some gardening despite the mixed summer weather. Gran Stead's Light & Fiery Ginger Wine is big, bold and hot!

 It is the fourth alcohol-free drink from award-winning Gran Stead’s, the family business that has made its name creating traditional favourites, always with their signature touch. Gran Stead's great British drinks are delicious on their own, and at their most fabulously refreshing when sipped through crushed ice on a hot day. They also make zesty bases for cocktails to raise a cheer for a summer of celebration.  Find lots of great summer drinks recipes  on Gran Stead’s website and unleash your imagination creating thirst-quenching concoctions. 

 


 

Gran Stead’s drinks are prepared by husband-and-wife team Chris and Rosemary Knox at Portslade in East Sussex and are available at over 600 stockists across the UK as well as online at www.GranSteadsGinger.co.uk. 

All drinks are free from artificial flavourings, colours and sweeteners and both Gran Stead’s lemonades contain a high percentage of real lemon juice (13%). “Our drinks are all big on flavour – you really taste the tang of lemons and the spice of ginger,” says Chris Knox. “They offer the perfect way to raise a cheer to a summer of celebration – great British drinks for all the family.”

The weather this summer has been demanding for all of us, a lot of extra effort has been required to get many of the outdoor jobs started, let alone completed, but don’t forget the sun must shine at some point, and when it does the picnics will be out along with another top-seller from Gran Stead’s; their still Lemonade with a Zing of Ginger is known as “lemonade with attitude”.
Reported by Chris Allen  
   
 

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