Cock 'n Bull Cherry Ginger Beer - 12oz Glass

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  • Manufactured by: Cock'n Bull
The product of the Hollywood iconic restaurant on the Sunset Strip in 1940's. The Cock 'N Bull was a mock British tavern known for its sauciness. This brew was created by the owner and served with vodka in a copper cup. A good bet if you are looking for something a bit different with a kick of ginger.

A tangy twist on the original re..
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The product of the Hollywood iconic restaurant on the Sunset Strip in 1940's. The Cock 'N Bull was a mock British tavern known for its sauciness. This brew was created by the owner and served with vodka in a copper cup. A good bet if you are looking for something a bit different with a kick of ginger.

A tangy twist on the original recipe, COCK’N BULL CHERRY GINGER BEER is a bottle of liquid treasure. All natural ingredients, real sugar, ginger root extract and a burst of cherry flavor. Enjoyed by both men and women, too good to be wasted on children. Drink this premium soda on its own or used as a mixer…either way you’ll be hooked! Caffeine free.

A great soda if you are looking for something a bit different with a kick of ginger
Check out the famous Moscow Mule recipe on the label
Made with pure cane sugar
12oz Glass Bottle - Sold Each

The Cock 'N Bull Story and the Moscow Mule Copper Mug
Once upon a time, say, back in the 1940s, vodka was little known in the United States, and gin reigned supreme as the clear spirit of choice. A gentleman by the name of John G. Martin, president of G.F. Hueblein Brothers, Inc., had a wild notion. He bought a vodka distiller, and acquired a vodka recipe that had belonged to a Russian family named Smirnov. Martin was sure everyone would love it. Unfortunately, Martin was a man ahead of his time. Vodka wasn't a smash hit. In fact, he had a hard time giving the stuff away, and he hit the road on a sales trip. He made it to Hollywood, where he stopped at the Cock 'n' Bull for a bite to eat. He struck up a conversation with the owner, Jack Morgan, and learned that Morgan had a white elephant of his own, the ginger beer he made on the side. The final ingredient in their marketing scheme involved a friend of Morgan's. She had inherited a copper factory, and had an abundance of copper cups to offload. They decided to sell and serve a new cocktail in one of the copper cups, engraved with the picture of a kicking mule.