not a lot of breweries decide to package their root beers for sale beyond as a growler. even less of them decide to put it into cans. i would suspect it is a cheaper option than bottling so it would seem a wiser choice. yet there is the oh so mistaken belief that canned or plastic bottled sodas are somehow inferior to those within a glass vessel. to me, any way you package it is fine and cans are definitely an underused method of containment for craft sodas.
so there is something else unusual about this drink, the taste is a bit different. i am trying to pinpoint the flavor and i think it is extra cinnamon. the mouth feel is a little extra fizzy and buzzy at first but it slowly calms to a sugary, cinnamon, root beer flavor. if i was not paying very close attention i don’t think it would strike me as being at all unusual as the flavor is not that crazy different where it strikes me upside the head or something. as eluded to earlier, the carbonation is a little too harsh for my tastes but it works reasonably well here. just expect those hurty in the nose kind of burps later on after you are done. or maybe that is just me… i am glad they made this drink and canned it but it doesn’t
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|Type:||Root Beer||Comes In:||12 oz can, On Tap|
|Available:||GA||Obtained in:||trade with Sagi|
Ingredients: water, sugar, natural and artificial flavors, caramel color, gum arabic, citric acid, and sodium benzoate for perservation