Camden Town Brewery releases Ride On Ginger Radler

Jacopo Mazzeo

Jacopo Mazzeo

30 July 2020

Camden Town Brewery has partnered with pressed juice brand Moju to create Ride On Ginger Radler

The new beer is the brewery’s take on a classic German radler (meaning cyclist), a style that is traditionally made by blending a pale lager base with lemonade.

Camden’s interpretation clocks in at just 2.8% abv and uses instead the brewery’s flagship Camden Hells Lager blended with Moju’s unpasteurised ginger and lemon juice.

'As soon as we teamed up with Moju, we knew it was a match made in drinks heaven. It’s exciting to be working with a brand that, like ours, never pasteurises their drinks, giving it that fresh taste,' commented Jasper Cuppaidge, founder of Camden Town Brewery.

'Both brands [Camden and Moju] got really excited about the concept of a low-abv beer that was not only refreshing (and not sickly sweet!), but also had the added functionality and punch of Moju’s fresh ginger and lemon juice, that did away with any sweeteners and preservatives commonly found in other radler-style brews,' said Moju co-founder Rich Goldsmith. 'So that’s exactly what we have created and we couldn’t be more pumped. Ride on.'

2.8% abv, POA/330ml bottle, Camden Town Brewery, camdentownbrewery.com

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