The origins of Jägermeister can be traced back over 80 years to the small town of Wolfenbüttel, Germany. Since production began here, ginger root has been a key ingredient in our complex blend of 56 herbs and spices. Which is, of course, why Jägermeister goes so naturally with ginger beer - especially served with ice, lime and cucumber. We call it a Root56. A celebration of our deepest bonds, and a worthy accompaniment to yours.
With its unmistakable flavor and warming character, Jägermeister is one of the world’s best-loved drinks, bringing people together wherever it is enjoyed.
Discover our Roots
Root56 - Mix Jägermeister with Ginger Beer
Your Jägermeister Recipe Guide
So we know that Jägermeister can happen to the best of drinks – but which Jägermeister drinks are the best?
Well, it's up to you to decide
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JÄGERHAUS KENDAL CALLING 2016 VIDEO & PHOTOBLOG
Yet again, the JägerHaus went off at Kendal Calling 2016. Check out our highlights video & photo gallery for proof!
Last year was great, but this year was something else. Three whole days of excellent music from some of the best new artists, and plenty of delicious Jägermeister serves to go alongside.
The JägerHaus line-up was mega...but as if you’d be expecting anything less. We had incredible sets from The Wytches, Novelist, Yak, Nimmo, Kloe, Brawlers, Mind Enterprises, Prose, Kioko, Broadway Sounds, Cut Ribbons and LazyTalk. Plus we had massive DJ sets from Slaves, Radio One’s Phil Taggart, M.A.X, Thee MVP’s and a surprise appearance from This Is England’s Thomas Turgoose. Wishing you were there yet?
Ice Cold summer serves and shots were flowing as festival goers packed out the JägerHaus to hear immense live music for 72 hours straight. Despite being held in Northern England, Kendal Calling managed to avoid any downpours, being treated instead to sunshine and clear skies for the duration of the weekend.
It all sounds pretty good, right? Well it gets better. We took our cameras into the JägerHaus and caught up with The Wytches, Laurie Vincent from Slaves, Mind Enterprises, Brawlers, Prose and Broadway Sounds. Check our social channels to watch the interviews! And if you were keeping up with our social media over the weekend using #Jagerhaus, you would’ve seen all the 360 action direct from the scene.
A massive thankyou to the festival organisers, and to everyone performed, DJ’d and chatted to us in the JägerHaus. Next stop, Reading Festival!