root beers

Dad’s Root Beer

about 24 years ago I went to Canada with my then girlfriend and bought a bottle of Dad’s Root Beer. I reviewed it shortly after and have had some Dad’s in the intervening years but never checked the ingredients until recently. they are not hugely different, cane sugar instead of just sugar, and no citric …

root beers

Freddie’s Root Beer

I think I found this one from a post on facebook from Root Beer World. They are a fine site, you should go check them out. they are one of the other oldest root beer sites out there. I assumed they had stopped for a while there, maybe 5 years or more, but lately they …

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Jones Cane Sugar Root Beer

I am always kind of surprised that this brand is still around. they seemed to be rather popular in the late 90s, like Surge or Crystal Pepsi or something so I just assume they disappeared as well. probably since I don’t see their stuff nearly as much. you can still send it your photos for …

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Avery’s Gold Coin Root Beer

when I reviewed Avery’s Root Beer eleven years ago, the ingredients were different on the cap than they are now. I have some thoughts, inspired by the comments on that post, that they really did not have accurate ingredients and that they were just generic caps they used. yet to me, who believes people would …

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Frostie Root Beer

this is about the closest thing to a Christmas or holiday root beer I could find this year. I find it rather curious that they changed their recipe, but everyone must adapt to the times or get lost in the shuffle I suppose. yet they proclaim ‘since 1939’ on the cap, which does not mean …