Drinks That Start With G – Ultimate List 

From one of the most popular beer brands in the world to famous wine varieties and healthy fruit drinks – many drinks start with the letter G.

We have prepared a list that will entertain you, but you will also learn some new interesting facts.

Alcoholic Drinks Beginning With G

Are you a beer or wine person?

However, this list has something for both.

And if you need a party drink idea, you’ll also find some famous cocktails on this list.


If you ever find yourself in the Loire Valley in France, don’t miss out on trying this red wine.

The Gamay grape variety from which this wine is produced is grown in regions of France, such as Burgundy and Beaujolais, and is found in other European countries, as well as in California, Oregon, Canada, South America, and Australia.

This bright red wine with high acidity has a fruity taste and a low percentage of tannins.

It is sometimes called the fruity cousin of Pinot Noir.

This wine does not have a high percentage of alcohol, usually around 11% alcohol by volume, and sometimes even less.

For the aromas of this wine to come to the fore, it is served in a Burgundy glass at around 13 – 16°C (55.4 – 60.8°F).


Another wine variety, but this time a sweet white wine, is Gewürztraminer.

Gewürztraminer originates from Europe, from the foothills of the Alps, since the grapes from which it is made grow well in colder climates.

Its name comes from the German language, but this wine (that is, the grape variety from which it is made) got it in Italy after the village of Tramin in northeastern Italy. The name means “spicy Traminer.”

Wine experts recommend pairing this wine with Middle Eastern and Moroccan cuisine.

It also goes well with seafood and vegetarian dishes.

Gewürztraminer has between 13.5 and 15% alcohol by volume.

Serve chilled, at 3 – 7°C (38 – 45°F).


Like many simple cocktails, the Gimlet, a combination of gin and lime, has remained on the list of the most loved cocktails in the world for decades.

There are two theories about how this cocktail got its name.

The first says that it is named after the hole-piercing tool of the same name to explain its sharp and penetrating effect on the drinker.

Another theory claims that the drink was named after a British surgeon, Rear-Admiral Sir Thomas Gimlette, who used this drink to protect his crew from scurvy.

Over the years, this cocktail has been made in different proportions. At first, it was gin with very little lime.

Later it was made in equal proportions of gin and lime juice, while today, it is prepared by adding three or four parts of gin to one part of lime cordial.


When monks and alchemists in Europe at the beginning of the 17th century made gin as a medicinal drink, they hardly considered the famous cocktails for which this distilled spirit is used today.

Gin is made from juniper berries but often from other herbal ingredients to which spices, floral, and fruit flavors are sometimes added.

In addition to being an ingredient in numerous cocktails, gin is also the basis for producing various liqueurs.

The average gins are 40% ABV, but this percentage can be much higher.

Gin and Tonic 

Gin and Tonic is the most loved mixed drink in the UK and one of the most popular worldwide.

It’s a highball cocktail that contains gin, tonic water, and a large amount of ice.

It is traditionally garnished with a slice of lime, but you can use various other fruits such as oranges, lemons, grapefruits, and even herbs or vegetables.

The proportion of gin to the tonic in a cocktail can vary, but the most common ratio is 3:1 in favor of tonic water.

However, more alcoholic variants are made in equal proportions.

G&T is the common name for this cocktail in the USA, UK, Australia, and Canada.

In some countries, it is called “gin tonic,” in Belgium and the Netherlands, “ginto,” and in the Scandinavian countries of Europe, “GT.”

In some markets, you can buy Gin and Tonic in a can, while in bars around the world, this drink is served in a balloon glass.

In the eighteenth century, for Europeans who traveled to tropical regions, malaria was a big problem, and as a prevention, quinine was used, drunk in tonic water.

However, the taste was unpleasant, so someone thought of adding gin and lime to it over time. That’s how this cocktail was born.

This cocktail also has its holiday celebrated around the world on October 19, and fans of comic science fiction also know it as the “intergalactic drink” enjoyed by beings from various planets in Douglas Adams’ novel The Restaurant at the End of the Universe.

Ginger Wine 

Fortified wine made from brandy and a fermented blend of ginger, raisins, sugar, and yeast is called ginger wine.

It originated in England in the 18th century and soon became very popular because people believed ginger had many medicinal properties.

The alcohol content of this drink varies but is usually around 12-15% alcohol by volume.

There are also non-alcoholic versions of ginger wine intended for children.

Guinness Beer 

One of the world’s most famous and loved beer brands, Guinness, originates from Ireland but is produced in fifty other countries around the world and is available in more than 120 countries.

This dry stout was first produced in Dublin in 1759.

Guinness beer does not contain much alcohol, only 4.2% ABV.

This dark beer is considered the unofficial drink of St. Patrick’s Day, when people worldwide drink 819% more Guinness beer than usual!

It is fascinating that in 1991, Guinness won against the Internet in the battle for the Queen’s Award for Technology.

They got the award for their widget – a small ball that sits at the bottom of every can of Guinness beer.

The role of this ball is to release a small amount of beer and nitrogen, which creates a creamy head like the one you get when you order a draft beer.

And did you know that the Guinness Book of Records is also associated with this beer?

The first Guinness Book of Records was published in 1955 and was inspired by a discussion in which the managing director of Dublin’s Guinness brewery, Sir Hugh Beaver, participated a few years before.

The bar discussion was about the fastest game bird in Great Britain.

Non-alcoholic Drinks Beginning With G 

Here are some beverages that start with G for those who prefer soft drinks.

Grape Juice 

Thomas Bramwell Welch made the first grape juice that history remembered in 1869.

He was an American physician and dentist who discovered how to pasteurize grape juice and stop fermentation.

However, his juice was not very popular. It only experienced popularity with the temperance movement’s growth and the Prohibition era’s beginning.

Although you can make grape juice from any grape variety, different varieties are preferred in various regions.

In North America, grape juice is mainly made from Concord grapes and Niagara grapes.

All over the world, many people make homemade grape juice.

Grape juice is also sometimes used in religious ceremonies in Protestantism and Judaism.

On the other hand, the Catholic Church does not allow grape juice in religious traditions, but only real wine is used for these purposes.

Grapefruit Juice 

Factory-produced or homemade grapefruit juices are a typical breakfast drink around the world.

This juice is a rich source of vitamin C, so it is excellent for the immune system.

Although this juice is very healthy, you must not combine it with some drugs. It’s because of side effects, which can be different.

On the one hand, the juice can prevent the absorption of the medicine, and on the other hand, it can block an enzyme that metabolizes the medication so that the level of the drug in the blood becomes too high.

It is usually stated on the packaging that a drug should not be combined with grapefruit juice but always check with your doctor.

Ginger Ale 

The first ginger ale, a ginger-flavored soft drink, was produced by Irish apothecary Thomas Joseph Cantrell in the mid-nineteenth century.

The two main types of ginger ale are dry style and golden style.

Although ginger ale is traditionally made from fresh ginger root, commercial drinks often do not use this ingredient.

Instead, many manufacturers make ginger ale from carbonated water and sugar or high-fructose corn syrup, while they achieve a specific taste by adding ginger aroma.

Ginger ale does not contain alcohol, while ginger beer may have a small amount of alcohol.

Ginger Beer 

Ginger beer used to be produced with a maximum alcohol content of up to 2%, and today this drink is primarily non-alcoholic.

However, some alcoholic versions can still be sold, with as much as 8% alcohol by volume.

Ginger beer is a sweetened and carbonated drink, and today it is mainly produced without fermentation.

Ginger was used for medicinal purposes more than 2500 years ago in ancient China and India.

However, the English created the first ginger beer in the middle of the 18th century.

Ginger beer is also an ingredient in famous cocktails, such as Dark’n’Stormy and Moscow Mule.

This drink is considered very healthy. In addition to being recommended for treating stomach discomfort and nausea, it also has numerous positive effects on the overall state of health.

Ginger Tea 

Ginger tea has a long tradition in Asian cultures.

This herbal drink has been known to Eastern civilizations for centuries for its medicinal properties. However, this tea arrived in Western civilization much later.

Ginger tea is made from ginger root and is usually drunk on its own, although lemon or orange slices and even milk are sometimes added.

There are several ways to prepare ginger tea.

You will get the most intense flavor if you boil slices of fresh ginger in water.

Instant ginger tea mixes are also commercially available today. Another preparation method is to dissolve ginger juice in hot water.

This tea, with a highly spicy taste, is known for its significant impact on health.

In addition to helping with digestive problems, ginger tea regulates blood pressure, relieves headaches and migraines, and can also help fight excess weight.

Energy Drinks That Start With G 

For lovers of energy drinks, we have prepared a list of G drinks that will increase your energy, concentration, and endurance for several hours.

However, always remember that energy drinks are not recommended for everyone and must be consumed in moderation and with great caution.

G Fuel 

The New York company Gamma Labs produces the energy drink G Fuel.

Although initially presented as a caffeine powder that dissolves in water, G Fuel has since appeared in bottled and can caffeinate sodas and decaffeinated hydration drinks.

G Fuel is primarily aimed at gamers and is advertised as a drink that improves reflexes and focus while playing video games.

It is available in various, primarily fruity, flavors.

A serving of water-soluble powder contains 140mg of caffeine, while a 16oz can contain 300mg of caffeine. In addition to caffeine, the drinks also contain vitamins C, E, and B.

Gas Monkey 

American entertainer and reality star Richard Rawlings launched the Gas Monkey energy drink.

Gas monkey comes in several flavors – Regular, Light, and Tropical.

These are slightly carbonated drinks with fruity flavors.

An 8oz can have 80mg of caffeine, 120 calories, and 26g of sugar.

The drinks are presented as an alternative to usual energy drinks because they do not contain aspartame, high fructose corn syrup, artificial flavors, or artificial preservatives.

Glacéau Vitaminwater 

The Coca-Cola Company produces the energy drink Glacéau Vitaminwater, a non-carbonated drink in fruit flavors.

These drinks are available in many flavors, each with different ingredients.

For example, some flavors contain only vitamins, without sugar and caffeine, and very few calories. Also, some have caffeine and other everyday ingredients in energy drinks like guarana and B vitamins.

Some of the flavors of Glacéau Vitaminwater are “gusty,” “look,” “shine,” “energy,” “focus,” and “xxx.”

Glacéau Vitaminwater “energy” in a 20 oz bottle contains 60mg of caffeine, 100 calories, and 27g of sugar.


This was our list of alcoholic, non-alcoholic, and energy drinks that start with G.

We hope you had a great time and found some inspiration for your next night at the bar or afternoon with friends.

Read also: Drinks That Start With D / Drinks That Start With E

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