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Matso's, iconic brewery in Western Australia's north west, produce an extremely refreshing ginger beer that is the perfect beverage for a hot summer's day. Displaying a pungent bite of ginger with the right amount of sweetness to soften the palate. You can drink your Matso's Ginger Beer either straight up, over ice, or as a cocktail with a kick with some dark rum.

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