#Win 6 FREE 12-packs of Seagram’s Ginger Ale (US Ends 8/15)

The prizes for this Seagram’s Ginger Ale giveaway are furnished by The Coca-Cola Company, and The Coca-Cola Company provided promotional consideration for my participation in this program; however, Mommy’s Memorandum is fully responsible for running giveaway. All opinions expressed in the post are my own and not those of The Coca-Cola Company.”

Ginger Ale and I go way back. I remember as a little girl, playing at my grandparent’s house with my cousin. In the fruit room (the room under the porch where Grandma stored her canning) under the bottom shelf, Grandpa had a stash of Ginger Ale. It was forbidden. Still, my cousin and I would sneak into the fruit room and guzzle the deliciousness.

My kiddos LOVE ginger ale. It’s my go to for belly aches. It’s our choice with a little grenadine for a “Shirley Temple”. It tastes awesome!

We recently reviewed Seagram’s Ginger Ale .

Seagram's Ginger Ale

My kiddos can read so when they read on the Seagram’s can they’ve redeveloped their formula and the new version contains 25% fewer calories than before, they turned their noses up. I suggested we give it a try. Perhaps a blind taste test?

The kiddos rallied around and I blindfolded them. They tried Seagram’s Ginger Ale and Schwepp’s. After a few gulps and swiggs they had made their decision on the better flavor. Both of them thought the Seagram’s Ginger Ale was better. They couldn’t believe it had less sugar! They in fact, declared it the sweeter of the two. That’s when I took a gulp…oh, man! Do I love the  carbonated heat at the back of my throat and that sweet, sweet burn on the sides of my tongue that soothes and refreshes!

Since it was Shark Week we made our Shark Attack Punch Recipe using the Seagram’s Ginger Ale:

shark attack punch

I haven’t found the new Seagram’s here in Winston-Salem yet, but it should be available nationwide.

VINTAGE-PUNCH with Ginger Ale

If you enjoy beverages, I discovered this Fruit Punch Recipe made with Ginger Ale at Everywhere You Go. It’s a combination of tea, organge juice, lemonade and gingerale with fruit and apple juice.

It’s summer and Seagram’s offers a great variety of recipes for those that don’t want to drink their Ginger Ale straight up. Discover a twist on your Seagram’s Ginger Ale with these Seagram’s recipes.

We are very fond of Seagram’s Ginger Ale. It’s refreshing and 25 percent less sugar is a bonus–especially when it doesn’t taste like less sugar!

One Lucky Winner will receive SIX Coupons for FREE Seagram’s Ginger Ale

– EACH coupon is for a free 12-pack of Seagram’s Ginger Ale.

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  1. Laura Shepherd says

    Well, the most unique beverage that I LOVED as a child was warm, spiced apple cider. My Mom made it at Christmas time and served along with her homemade Chex Mix that we called “Party Mix”. I still love the two together during the Christmas season!!!!!

  2. heather c says

    I loved going to my grandmother’s house as I got to drink ginger ale! Another favorite was chocolate milk!

  3. Stephanie Easterling says

    I remember when I was little we were not allowed to have soda, but when we were sick we were allowed to have ginger ale to make us feel better.

  4. Mandy says

    My personal fave was Apple Cider, don’t know why, I always loved Cider instead of juice, even when I was very little. I still love it and look forward to Autumn !

  5. says

    Rootbeer was a drink we would always get at the local drive thru rootbeer stand in the summer time.. I didn’t realize how many recipes can be made with Seagram ginger ale drink……………..

  6. says

    Rootbeer was a drink we would always get at the local drive thru rootbeer stand in the summer time.. I didn’t realize how many recipes can be made with Seagram ginger ale drink……………..

  7. says

    Rootbeer was a drink we would always get at the local drive thru rootbeer stand in the summer time.. I didn’t realize how many recipes can be made with Seagram ginger ale drink

  8. Kathy Newman Hardiman says

    When we were old enough to stay home alone, and my parents went bowling, we sometimes got 7-Up with orange slices in it…then when we were done drinking the 7-Up we ate the orange slices ~ yum!

  9. Melissa Johnson says

    I remember root beer floats in the summer time. I used to mix up the ice cream so it really ended up being like a creamy root beer drink in a frosty cold glass. But, now that I’m all growed up (lol), I like Jack and Gingers instead (Jack Daniels and ginger ale).

  10. Dale H. says

    I liked fresca asa kid. My Uncle worked as a Coca – Cola distributor and every evening he could bring home any damage sodas (can dented label ripped) so it was always great to visit because I knew all the fresca was just for me .

  11. Kelly Britton says

    My brother and I loved going out to eat where you got to fill your own cup of soda. We would mix a little of everything! 🙂

  12. Rachel G says

    Haha…my brother and I drank “purple cows” which we made with mild and grape soda. I tried again recently and nearly vomited.

    • Rachel G says

      @Rachel G: That was supposed to be MILK Haha…my brother and I drank “purple cows” which we made with milk and grape soda. I tried again recently and nearly vomited.

  13. kathy pease says

    I always loved coke..My brother and I would always walk to the corner store and get one..That was back when it was in the funky glass bottles..a long long time ago..lol

  14. Jennifer Haffner says

    Loved chocolate milk! When I was really little on every Sunday my parents would cook a HUGE breakfast and we would all gather in the living room to relax while eating, my dad would always have this tall glass of chocolate milk that my brother’s and I would always drink most of. It was the only time we were truly permitted to eat in the living room and as we got older we each ended up with our own. Those Sundays are one of my favorite childhood memories…

  15. Jennifer C. says

    When I was a kid I remember the tall glass bottles of RC. They tasted so good and liked exchanging them at the store. Those were the days.

  16. Debra Guillen says

    My favorite childhood beverage was Grape NeHi. As kids, my sisters and I would spend the summer with on my Grandparent’s farm. My Uncle would take us occasionally to a small country store in the back of his pickup and let us each get a soda. We never had soda at home so we always looked forward to it.

  17. amy deeter says

    drinking lemonade with my sisters while going to amusement parks.we loved their lemonade

  18. Kat Emerick says

    My favorite was mint ginger ale!! I couldn’t get enough of it! My dad bought it for me all the time….I still drink it when I find it.

  19. raymond stevenson says

    I grew up in new England like ma CT so pola bear soda and foxon park was allways there for me

  20. brandy g. says

    My favorite drink as a kid was Grape Soda, I use to love those drinks. It had so much sugar in it and now my kids love it too.

  21. Amy M says

    My dad and I would make root beer floats together sometimes — I still have these big, bowl-like glasses we used. It’s a sweet memory.

  22. Sylvie W says

    I had two favorites which were completely different flavors. My sweet orange “juice” was TANG and my chocolate delight was YooHoo. I remember dunking Nilla Wafers in my TANG and so enjoying my creation.

  23. Bobby Tarumi says

    My childhood favorite was orange cream soda. That was back in Arizona. Once we moved to Hawaii, I couldn’t really find anything like it. Everything tasted too “local”, which is great and all, but it wasn’t the same. Now days my local stores carry the good ol’ glass bottles of my favorite orange cream soda brand 🙂

  24. Gina P says

    shirley temples were always a favorite of mine. especially because i only had them on special occasions

  25. Elizabeth E says

    My favority beverage in high school was Jolt, until my Mom caught me spending the money she gave me for breakfast on a can of Jolt and a Snickers bar… wow did I pay for that one! LOL

  26. Colleen W says

    Orange crush floats. Like root beer floats but made with Crush orange soda instead. Mmmmm.

  27. Brenda Gaines says

    my fav drink from childhood…i had a few. rc cola, gatorade and what we called 50/50..half sprite and half coke lol

  28. Debra Ford says

    I always looked forward to weddings and special dinners out when I could get a Shirley Temple

  29. Trisha Balmer says

    My favorite childhood beverage was NesQuik chocolate milk. I had a NesQuik bunny cup and spoon! 🙂

  30. Tricia Igo says

    when I was a kid, zarex was the special treat – pretty gross now!! I once accidentally killed my sister’s fish by pouring zarex in the cup where she had the fish to clean the bowl – I thought the cup just had water in it – oops

  31. Nicole D. says

    I always loved kool aid! We had the big plastic pitcher and glasses from sending in the kool aid points!

  32. says

    Fresca was always a treat for me! My parents never bought it but my Granpa drank it like it was water. So whenever we went to visit its all I would drink!

  33. Jennifer Speed says

    I always liked cream soda but I could only have it on certain occasions and I really didn’t like that idea

  34. Angela Kinder says

    While I loved Dr Pepper, I also grew up drinking Canada Dry ginger ale. I still drink it today.

  35. Susan Christy says

    I used to sneak downstairs to “kiss dad goodnight” and he would give me a drink of his Pepsi from a bottle. It was the only pop I ever drank growing up. My favorite drink as a child was iced tea and I still love a big glass of tea.

  36. Karen Smith says

    I remember drinking the Coke”s and the Pepsi”s out of the glass bottles… Those was the days!!!

  37. sandra davis says

    i remember drinking the cokes out of the glass bottles……they tasted so different back then.

  38. Cheryl Saves says

    Ice cold cold out of the machine when our family was heading up to our cottage. I could not wait till my parents got to the icecream place so I could get my soda

  39. tiffany says

    I would have to say chocolate milk. I remember going out to lunch with my gram, my mom, and my sister, and we weren’t allowed soda so chocolate milk was our treat. Mom didn’t but chocolate milk much, and it wasn’t an option in school lunches when I was young. I still love it!

  40. Jennifer R. says

    My favorite childhood beverage was Nesquik Chocolate Milk. I remember having this most mornings for breakfast growing up.

  41. Jennifer says

    We had a couple living next door that we called Grandma Dessie and Grandpa Dean. They had a beautiful garden and Grandpa Dean was always bringing in fruits of his labor. Grandma Dessie would make a rhubarb strawberry slush that was so delicious. That was over 30 years ago and I still remember how the sweet strawberries would make that rhubarb taste good! They were amazing people and we always so kind to my brothers and me…..wish I had that recipe!

  42. Sharon Baker says

    It was called Keen a drink mix tasted sort of like Hawaiian Punch. I begged my Mom for it all the time!

  43. Claire McKeon says

    I loved Orange Soda. My brother used to ride his bike to the store and take orders from me and my sister. I always wanted orange soda, Back then it came in glass bottles. He never broke them!

  44. Jenny says

    I used to love root beer as a kids because my parents would make root beer floats for us. As an adult I enjoy ginger ale or cola.

  45. Claire McKeon says

    I loved orange soda! But ginger ale brings back such pleasant memories as well. My mom always gave us ginger ale, pretzel rods and sherbert when our tummies hurt. Although I was sick at the time it is a cherished memory.

  46. kathy says

    ice old ginger-ale in an iced tea glass with lots of ice it was my reward for helping the nuns who lived in the convent across the street from us.

  47. melissa griffith says

    I always loved going to my grandparents where my grandma would make me hot tea with milk in the mornings.

  48. ELIZABETH C. says

    I always loved Sprite as a child. It was definately a treat when I was able to drink it.

  49. Katie says

    Ginger ale honestly for the simple fact of my grandfather and I use to play go fish all the time. Whenever w would play he would say that if I won I would get to have that drink in a fancy glass! He was my best friend and it made me feel so special!

  50. JJ Caraway says

    Mom use to make us a drink with crushed ice, sugar, vanilla flavoring and evaporated milk.

  51. McKim says

    Chocolate milk – we didn’t have a lot of money, so when my mom would splurge and get a carton of chocolate milk we loved it!

  52. ky2here says

    Grandmother’s peach lemonade. I suspect there was a 5 pound bag of sugar in it but it was delicious!

  53. Brittney House says

    Ironically my childhood beverage was ginger ale. And it was kind of like a treat because my family never bought it but my best friend’s grandma always had it on hand. Thinking back, I feel bad for as many free ginger ales I’ve taken over the years.

  54. timothy peacock says

    cranberry smash, i have actually had one of these, but it was called cran-grand.. they are really good

  55. timothy peacock says

    i have been a diabetic since i was 8 years old and all i can ever rember drinking was diet dr pepper, fond memories of that drink

  56. Larissa B. says

    Shasta Cream Soda! We’d only get it whenever we went to the lake, so it was a special treat. 🙂

  57. Dawn Sterner says

    My favorite childhood beverage was Kool-Aid! My mom always had some made for us 🙂

  58. Kathy Davis says

    I grew up in the 50s and 60s. We got to have Pepsi sometimes at lunch. I remember taking the bottles back to the store for a refund.

  59. sherry s says

    love gingerale especiall y the dark gingerale great for stomaches and nausea all yankees keep a bottle in the house with a box of saltines

  60. teri says

    orange crush….. we took a trip..dad would come to a cross roads and say,” left or right” and he would go the way we said 🙂 we ended up in the redwood’s. the only drink was orange crush lol.

  61. Abby Kraynick says

    LOVED drinking Shirley Temples with my Grandma, I used to feel so grown up and special

  62. Jocelyn Dorsey says

    My mom would take rainbow sherbet and ginger ale together. It was always a special treat for us.

  63. Allyson Odell Hunter says

    When I was little my Dad used to make us “soda-milk”. He made it with milk and orange soda. All I know it that it tasted like a creamsicle. Yum!

  64. Wayne Dougherty says

    Every couple weeks, my folks would drive out to a diary and we would get fresh chocolate milk. That was really good.

  65. Sandy Pettry says

    I remember drinking Fresca in the late 60’s, it was a grapefruit taste, a little bitter, but very refreshing. I also loved root beer, especially with ice cream.

  66. Angelique Drummond says

    My favorite childhood beverage was Cherry 7-up. My grandmother was working for a hotel in which she was hostess for their banquet hall meetings. Well she just happened to be lucky enough to hostess a party for the unveiling of a new soda (at the time) and was able to bring home several 2-liters before they were even released in the stores. She gave them to us and I thought this was the neatest soda ever! Pink and girly and special because no one else was able to get it yet.

  67. Michelle G. says

    My favorite childhood drink was always virgin Shirley Temples. I would always have one when we would visit my father’s friend’s restaurant.

  68. vickie couturier says

    when I was a kid we would walk to the store an get a RC cola an a moon pie,,those were the days

  69. Adrienne McElwain says

    I absolutely love ginger ale or sprite mixed with peach sherbert and pinapple juice! I can’t get enough of it. I make it once a year on my birthday…

  70. Linda Poplees says

    Mom used to buy me a red soda called Tahitian Treat. They stopped making it but it was my favorite growing up.