Golden Ginger Ale

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1952 In Film - Notable Films Released in 1952
... Laurence Olivier, Jennifer Jones, Miriam Hopkins Carson City, starring Randolph Scott Casque d'or (Golden Helmet), directed by Jacques Becker, starring Simone ... Monroe Down Among the Z Men, starring The Goons - (Britain) Dreamboat, starring Ginger Rogers, Clifton Webb, Elsa Lanchester, Anne Francis E-F Europa '51, directed by Roberto Rossellini, starring Ingrid Bergman - (Ita ... by Akira Kurosawa, starring Takashi Shimura - winner of Golden Bear - (Japan) The Importance of Being Earnest, directed by Anthony Asquith, starring ...
Sussex Golden Ginger Ale
... Sussex Golden Ginger Ale is a "golden" ginger ale originally bottled in the town of Sussex, New Brunswick, Canada ... Ginger ales generally come in two varieties ... Golden ginger ale which is dark colored and more strongly flavored and dry ginger ale, which is more common today ...
Ginger Ale - Manufacturers - United States
... Sussex, Buffalo Rock, Boylan Bottling Company, Polar Beverages, Ale-8-One, Blenheim, Foxon Park, Sprecher, Vally, Market Basket/Chelmsford, Red Rock, Reed's Ginger Brew, Thomas Kemper, Blaze (produced by Pipeline ... Vernors is a flavoured golden ginger ale aged for three years in oak barrels before bottling ... soft drink, originating in 1866, although it was modelled on imported Irish ginger beers ...

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