root beers

Virgil’s Handcrafted Root Beer

so those nutty Virgil’s people are at it again, changing up the recipe and the name even too! the seem to simplify it more each time. this time they changed up the label even more and it now depicts two children sitting on stumps with a keg of unknown type with an entirely too high …

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Faygo Original Root Beer

kicking it ICP style today! they have change their recipe as well since my old review, which was almost exactly a year ago today, strangely. they inverted the cane sugar and mixed up some other ingredients, took away some sodium but kept the calories the same. hopefully they also made it tastier. they did no …

root beers

Frostop Premium Root Beer

I am not sure how much this in fact changed, as I did not write down the actual ingredients when I first reviewed this many years ago. it is definitely different than the imperial version that I reviewed more recently. I do know it has cane sugar now instead of corn syrup so that by …

Indian Wells Death Valley Sarsaparilla

well, this one did not change all that much at all, going from cane sugar to just sugar and losing a bit of sugar in the nutrition info. this is an unusual change I must say, most often a company goes from using something else to using cane sugar, not from cane sugar to something …

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Mother Road Route 66 Root Beer

whoa, yet another Route 66 theme root beer! this time it is Mother Road Route 66 Root Beer from Mother Road sodas who seem to be a new company although they are bottled by Filberts and the ingredients are almost identical so it may really just be a vanity label or a re-branding or something. …