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 never be able to do such a dishonest thing as not put exactly the right list of what is in a drink on their bottle, that seemed impossible. they could never get away with such shenanigans! the government, who has nothing better to do than police ingredient lists of micro brewed sodas, would clamp down immediately if not sooner!!
well, whatever, I am reviewing it. this bottle is actually rather flat. which is a shame. i suppose I should get two bottles of each drink at least. oh well, I spend too much on this stuff already. LOL. they mainly stick to the usual taste of root beers, but they do branch off a bit, adding a little more caramel taste and a bit of bonus sarsaparilla taste. it is not the most unique thing I have had, but still they do this a bit unique and off beat to set them apart a touch.
Anthony’s Rating: 79
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|Type:||Root Beer||Comes In:||12oz glass bottle|
|Available:||CT, online||Obtained in:||Rocket Fizz|
Ingredients: carbonated water, pure cane sugar, natural flavor, citric acid, caramel color, and sodium benzoate (a preservative)