Gray’s Great American Root Beer

August 19, 1999
Filed under: root beers — anthony @ 5:18 pm
Type: Root Beer Comes In: 12oz glass bottle
Available: OK, WI

Obtained in: mail from Stuart in WI
Head: Large Sweetener: cane sugar
Calories: 180 Sodium: 30mg
Carbs: 44g Sugar: 44g
Caffeine: No
Website: http://www.graybrewing.com/

really creamy and smooth. not a drink you can just drink down in a few seconds. definitely a sipping root beer. i like that. reminds me a lot of Saranac, which my loyal fans know i love. i am surprised that there is no vanilla in here. i guess there could be, as one of those mysterious “natural flavorings.” by the end though, i like it a bit less. good overall though.
Ingredients:carbonated water, pure cane sugar, citric acid, natural flavorings, caramel coloring, sodium benzoate


Anthony’s Rating: 83
User’s Rating: 79
# of ratings:55

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3 Comments for this post

 
mulciberxp Says:

Tastes a bit thin and watery and the other flavors overpowered the sweetness. Also seemed over-carbonated because of this. Maybe I got a bad bottle.

 
Rick B Says:

I liked this one, I got to think vanilla must be in this as I could have swore I tasted it. I did enjoy the creaminess of it and gave it an 80

 
is Says:

This one is alright. A bit better than your typical store brands. It definitely has a vanilla taste to it, but the vanilla seems a little off tasting….. maybe artificial vanilla flavoring. But yeah, I'd give this a 75 out of 100.

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