switchel


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switchel

(ˈswɪtʃəl)
n
1. (Brewing) a drink of molasses and water, plus ginger or rum; treacle beer
2. (Cookery) US and Canadian (in Newfoundland) a strong tea drunk by fishermen
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I was already on a vinegar kick--good for the gut, they say--so I started to make my own switchel at home by the gallon, filling this big old glass jug for added effect.
During the Depression, my mother made switchel and haymaker's switchel:
March 5, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- CideRoad , a line of bottled organic Switchel founded by husband and wife team, Kevin Duffy and Hilary LaForge, will be available in 169 The Fresh Market locations in 27 states.
Traditional Switchel dates back to the the era of our Founding Fathers and the American Revolution.
The Fresh Market is known for selling the very best food and beverage items, and we believe CideRoad is the best Switchel money can buy.
CideRoad Organic Switchel is a sweet and tart-gingery beverage that exudes a slight tang from the unique blend of apple cider vinegar, a touch of sweetness from maple syrup and notes of spice from ginger.
CideRoad Organic Switchel contains the following ingredients.
CideRoad Organic Switchel is the New Jersey-based maker of America's Original Thirst Quencher, Switchel.
The company currently produces three flavors of Switchel including the Original Maple and Ginger along with Cherry and Blueberry.
Exhibiting brands aligned with this trend: Fire Cider, Switchel, Turmeric Alive