Root Beer and Soda

Thirsty? Take care of that with our selection of 130 vintage, glass-bottled and sugar-sweetened drinks. When's the last time you had an ice-cold Spiffy Cola? Or a Frostie Root Beer?  These are only available in our store (we don't ship them), and the selection varies.

Confused about which one to try?  So are we.  And as much as we'd love to tell you that we have sampled and catalogued each and every one - we can't drink that much soda.  And rating and ranking these drinks is subject to a wide range of tastes, preferences, and smugness.  You might be interested in looking at these review sites:

Hires Root Beer is generally recognized as the first root beer in the US, followed shortly there after by Barq's, IBC and A&W.  We don't carry any of them, because we can't get those varieties with pure cane sugar as the sweetener.

  • Cicero Salted Caramel Cicero Salted Caramel

    From Chicago - Cicero Beverage Co. Salted Caramel Root Beer was awarded a 2014 Gold BevStar Award for Carbonated Beverages.

  • Dad's Root Beer Dad's Root Beer

    One of the classics - Dad's Root Beer celebrated 75 successful years in 2012.

  • Frostie Vanilla Frostie Vanilla

    Frostie Vanilla Root Beer offers a creamy twist on their flagship beverage that tastes like a root beer/cream soda hybrid.

  • Howdy Howdy

    Before Sprite and 7up, there was Howdy - the original lemon lime soda.

  • Kickapoo Joy Juice Kickapoo Joy Juice

    Named after a fictional drink in the "Li'l Abner" comic strip, it's a unique citrus soda with a kick of caffeine.

  • Red Arrow Root Beer Red Arrow Root Beer

    Red Arrow Root Beer originated in Michigan and known for it’s authentic root beer flavor. Made with hints of wintergreen and licorice and a spice kick to pull the full flavor together.

  • Twilight Shuffler Twilight Shuffler

    Deadworld Zombie Root Beer - All natural flavors for un-natural tastes!
    Inspired by the DeadWorld comic book series, each of DeadWorlds sodas have custom comic artwork on the label.
    Made with real cane sugar.

  • Nesbitts Nesbitts

    Founded in the late 30's, Nesbitt's was a leading brand during the 40's and 50's with ads featuring a then-unknown Marilyn Monroe.

  • Brownie Caramel Cream Brownie Caramel Cream

    With a Sprite on the label, its’ easy to see how this mischievous and delicious blend of root beer & caramel came about. Produced with care in small batches with pure cane sugar.

  • Bubble Up Bubble Up

    Bubble Up, one of the original and most popular lemon lime sodas was established in 1919 and predates 7up by ten years.

  • Frostie Root Beer Frostie Root Beer

    A classic root beer that delivers a smooth vanilla taste, and subtle wintergreen and anise flavor. Enjoy this one over vanilla ice cream for an amazing float.

  • Lemmy Lemmy

    Lemmy Lemonade soda pop was first introduced in 1939 by the A. J. Lehman Company. A carbonated soft drink that contained real lemon juice and pure cane sugar.

  • Moxie Moxie

    What do you get when you cross cola with cough syrup? Moxie. Moxie is the oldest continuously produced soft drink in the United States. With it’s unique and somewhat bitter flavor, Moxie is unlike any drink on the market. You have been warned.

  • NuGrape NuGrape

    The NuGrape brand was created in 1906 in Atlanta, Georgia, with NuGrape soda bottled in 1921. The pure grape flavor is apparent as soon as you open a bottle.

  • Spiffy Cola Spiffy Cola

    Striving to be world famous and quite swell, Spiffy delights the senses with the refreshing and invigorating taste of cola.

  • Triple Cola Triple Cola

    Triple Cola has all the taste, refreshment and caffeine necessary for an uplifting attitude… Drink it for Vim and Vigor. Bottled in Mukilteo, WA,

  • Anchor Root Beer Anchor Root Beer

    Soothing Beverage for the Traveler. Anchor has the sweet rich taste of root beer with a soothing touch of ginger to help keep you sailing all day.

  • Cheerwine Cheerwine

    LD Peeler created Cheerwine in 1917 in Salisbury NC amid a sugar shortage during WWI.
    This soft drink with a hint of wild cherry and bubbly effervescence became an immediate hit.

  • Cool Mountain Root Beer Cool Mountain Root Beer

    A rich, creamy and smooth with caramel root beer flavor and a winter green finish carried by light carbonation.

  • Faygo Rock & Rye Faygo Rock & Rye

    In 1907, Russian immigrant bakers, Ben and Perry Feigenson, begin transforming their frosting flavors into the Faygo we love today. Rock & Rye is a dreamy vanilla cream soda with just a kick of something that may or not be cherry.

  • Fest Pecan Root Beer Fest Pecan Root Beer

    Distinct pecan and praline notes add a degree of complexity to this naturally flavored Root Beer sweetened by real cane sugar.

  • Old Rhode Isl Root Beer Old Rhode Isl Root Beer

    This root beer is quite interesting. A modest hint of molasses and a higher carbonation level make this an interesting, tasty treat. Made with pure cane sugar.

  • O-SO Root Beer O-SO Root Beer

    Heavy on the vanilla and butterscotch flavors. If you like really sweet drinks, this one's for you,

  • Sprecher Honey Root Beer Sprecher Honey Root Beer

    Sprecher’s limited edition Honey Root Beer is a celebration of 30 years of craft brews—beer and soda—as well as Wisconsin’s flora and bee fauna.

  • Foxon Park Root Beer Foxon Park Root Beer

    Foxon Park Beverages, Inc. is a family owned and operated business located in East Haven, Connecticut for over 90 years.

  • Bulldog Root Beer Bulldog Root Beer

    From Fresno, Bulldog thinks their smooth honey vanilla root beer flavor will knock your socks off. The dogs on the label are named Barley and Hops.

  • Capone Root Beer Capone Root Beer

    During Prohibition, Capone's warehouses were raided by police 137 times, who were eager to seize their inventory of illegal alcohol. There were only a few items found on every single raid, and they were not alcohol: they were cases of "Capone Family Secret" soda.

  • Chicago Root Beer Chicago Root Beer

    The recipe dates back 100 years during the days of prohibition...a smooth caramel root beer flavor!

  • Crater Lake Root Beer Crater Lake Root Beer

    From Portland, a lightly-carbonated Root Beer. Your ice cream will thank you.

  • III Dachsunds Root Beer III Dachsunds Root Beer

    Amazingly sweet and creamy, with are just the right flavors of sassafras, caramel, vanilla and hints of wintergreen. Bottled in Wisconsin.

  • Dog-n-Suds Root Beer Dog-n-Suds Root Beer

    From Wisconsin's Dog-n-Suds drive-ins.

  • Norka Root Beer Norka Root Beer

    Based in Akron (NORKA is Akron spelled backwards), the company began making sodas in 1920. Norka root beer is made from pure cane sugar and all-natural ingredients.

  • Faygo Root Beer Faygo Root Beer

    A fan favorite since 1910, Faygo old-fashioned root beer has the taste of simpler times, when hot summer days were relieved by 12 delicious ounces instead of 10,000 BTUs. One sip of Faygo Root Beer and people said, "That's cool."

  • Fireman's Brew Root Beer Fireman's Brew Root Beer

    Extinguish your thirst! Started by California firefighters, these guys make off-duty drinks (beer) and on-duty drinks (soda and coffee). A portion of their revenues goes to the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation.

  • Fitz's Root Beer Fitz's Root Beer

    Fitz’s Root Beer is made according to an original recipe developed in St. Louis in 1947. The unique formula features fine ingredients including select natural roots, spices, barks and is exclusively sweetened with all natural pure cane sugar.

  • Old Red Eye Root Beer Old Red Eye Root Beer

    This root beer has a strong sassafras flavor mixed with wintergreen and a bit of licorice. This root beer has a strong mix of spices and foams up with a nice tall head. The spices give this a carbonated fizzy kick.

  • Pop Shop Root Beer Pop Shop Root Beer

    Somehow the flavour blast of The Pop Shoppe Root Beer takes socks with sandals, comb-overs, lame jokes, wearing your pants too high and mowing the lawn and bundles them up together in one surprisingly cool package.

  • Hank's Root Beer Hank's Root Beer

    Philadelphia is the birthplace of root beer. The flavor for Hank’s was developed from an old Philadelphia root beer recipe. Pure cane sugar and gourmet quality ingredients enhance the body, head, mouth feel, and flavor, creating the richest, smoothest, and creamiest soda possible.

  • St John's Root Beer St John's Root Beer

    An island brewery started by two Americans who got fed up with the 9 to 5, went to the Caribbean and started making beer and soda. The Root Beer is made using natural brown sugar and pure cane sugar to craft a perfectly sweet, ultra-smooth root beer.

  • Sprecher Root Beer Sprecher Root Beer

    This truly old fashioned soda has the rich, creamy flavor that only comes from using pure Wisconsin honey direct from the combs. Our extracts are prepared at the brewery in a hand-made, gas-fired brew kettle, by combining honey, pure vanilla and a host of aromatic botanicals.

  • Hippo Root Beer Hippo Root Beer

    After a several year absence, Hippo Size brand soda has been brought back to life! Hippo Size brand soda was originally created in 1927 by Alamo Bottling Works of San Antonio, TX. Small bottle, BIG taste!

  • AJ Stephans Root Beer AJ Stephans Root Beer

    With beverage concoctions that have been kept by Boston's Rose family for three generations, AJ Stephans Sodas will truly make you turn back in time.

  • Iron Horse Root Beer Iron Horse Root Beer

    Named for one of the steam engines that met at Promontory Peak, Iron Horse Root Beer has a rich flavor with light carbonation.

  • Jackson Hole Root Beer Jackson Hole Root Beer

    Jackson Hole Soda Co.”Buckin’ RootBeer” – the taste that won the West! Made with real sugar, premium natural flavorings, and batch-brewed to ensure the highest quality.

  • Macinette Root Beer Macinette Root Beer

    Brewed since 1935 in the Buffalo/Niagra Falls area - the french labeling is for Quebec.

  • Joe's Root Beer Joe's Root Beer

    Made by the Joseph James Brewing Company near Las Vegas.

  • Kutztown Root Beer Kutztown Root Beer

    When you're bad for something mighty good, reach for a foamy mug of Kutztown Root Beer! Tastes chust like old-fashioned, 'cause you know we make it that way.

  • Maine Root Maine Root

    Handcrafted soda made with Fair Trade Certified organic evaporated cane juice. Open a bottle and taste the flavor of extracts of wintergreen, clove and anise. Our recipe combines these ingredients with FAIR TRADE CERTIFIED ORGANIC SUGAR to allow the flavor of each of these extracts to come through. This is the one that started it all.

  • Margo's Bark Root Beer Margo's Bark Root Beer

    Margo is the black lab / pitbull mix on the label. Profits from their great-tasting all-natural root beer go to help shelter dogs.

  • Dominion Root Beer Dominion Root Beer

    Dominion Root Beer is sweetened with a mixture of locally produced honey and sugar, rather than high fructose corn syrup, giving it a smooth sweetness you’ll come to crave.

  • Zuberfizz Root Beer Zuberfizz Root Beer

    From Durango CO. A pure cane-sugar soda handcrafted in small quantities with fresh Rocky Mountain water.

  • Abita Root Beer Abita Root Beer

    Abita sweetens its root beer with pure Louisiana cane sugar. The resulting taste is reminiscent of soft drinks made in the 1940s and 1950s, before bottlers turned to corn sugar and fructose.

  • Hippo Birch Beer Hippo Birch Beer

    Small bottle, BIG taste! For our friends in Hutto.

  • Route 66 Root Beer Route 66 Root Beer

    "Get your kicks with Route 66 Root Beer" Route 66 sodas offer a gourmet taste with their cane sugar sweetened formulas that have been satisfying consumers since 1996. Root beer is the flagship flavor for this brand, and the care taken to craft this beverage is evident in its smooth taste. Bottled in Illinois on Route 66. Sweetened with real cane sugar.

  • Sea Dog Root Beer Sea Dog Root Beer

    The Sea Dog Brewing Company has brewpubs and restaurants scattered across the east coast. This traditional root beer is sweetened with cane sugar and contains wintergreen oil, anise, vanilla, and other herbs and spices for a complex taste.

  • Sioux CIty Root Beer Sioux CIty Root Beer

    Made by the White Rock Beverage company in Whitestone NY. Sioux City Root Beer Soda has a strong, flavorful taste with a hint of licorice.

  • So Duh Root Beer So Duh Root Beer

    Made by Hermitage Brewing out of San Jose, CA. The root beer is made with Cane Sugar, Alfalfa Honey, and Natural Vanilla and has a strong licorice flavor.

  • Thomas Kemper Root Beer Thomas Kemper Root Beer

    One sip of Thomas Kemper Root Beer and you’ll taste where it all began. The obsession with smooth and creamy. The focus on rich and complex. We’ve been batch-brewing this custom soda since way back in 1990 and nobody’s beaten it yet. Sip it chilled and neat. Ice only dulls the flavor. Or get the scoop on a perfect float.

  • Spring Grove Root Beer Spring Grove Root Beer

    From Spring Grove, Minnesota. This has the classic root beer flavoring with just the right amount of foam. It also makes a fantastic root beer float.

  • River City Root Beer River City Root Beer

    Sacramento-based Blue Dog Beverages makes River City Root Beer with real cane sugar and the finest ingredients available. It's made for ice cream.

  • Tower Root Beer Tower Root Beer

    Tower Root Beer, established as a hugely popular New England favorite since the early 1900's, is a rich old-time root beer. It will bring you back to the days of popping bottles in your basement from your family's home-brewed root beer.

  • Dublin Root Beer Dublin Root Beer

    This smooth, creamy, pure cane sugar Root Beer makes the perfect cure for summer thirst! Caffeine Free!

  • Triple AAA Root Beer Triple AAA Root Beer

    Triple AAA was established in Oklahoma City in 1937 and sold through their restaurants and stored through 2010. The recipe is (allegedly) loosely on the Triple XXX Root Beer recipe.

  • Triple XXX Root Beer Triple XXX Root Beer

    Triple XXX Originated in Galveston in the late 1800's and was one of few businesses that survived the 1900 hurricane. "Tastes like root beer used to taste" A traditional family recipe root beer that is made the old-fashioned way with honey. A refreshing root beer that offers a truly nostalgic flavor.

  • Virgil's Root Beer Virgil's Root Beer

    Virgil’s is a superb blend of spices and herbs gathered from the world over; anise, licorice, vanilla (bourbon), cinnamon, clove, wintergreen, sweet birch, molasses, nutmeg, pimento berry oil, balsam oil and cassia oil.

  • WBC Root Beer WBC Root Beer

    From Chicago, WBC sodas are hand crafted featuring a refreshing spearmint finish. The Creamy Head Root Beer that really has a bite.

  • Blenheim Hot Ginger Ale Blenheim Hot Ginger Ale

    Our boldest flavor that tantalizes and tingles the taste buds, and goes down as smoothly as a firecracker exploding in your throat. Some say its sinus clearing heat snatches their breath away for a bit, while others thrive on the explosion of spicy ginger essence.

  • Dang Butterscotch Root Beer Dang Butterscotch Root Beer

    one of the most unique root beers and even sodas you’ll ever taste. Like sucking root beer barrels and butterscotch candy discs.

  • Sioux City Birch Beer Sioux City Birch Beer

    Made by the White Rock Beverage company in Whitestone NY. Birch Beer is a soda with low carbonation and a rich minty aftertaste with undertones of earthy spice. Sweetened with cane sugar.

  • Kutztown Birch Beer Kutztown Birch Beer

    From the Kutztown Bottling Works in Pennsylvania. Say now, no one can resist the spell of Kutztown Birch Beer, Pennsylvania's finest. Share a frosty mug with your special someone and just watch them fall in love. Drink to your health!

  • Sioux City Sarsaparilla Sioux City Sarsaparilla

    A flavorful flashback to the Old West when sarsaparilla was the only soft drink in town.

  • Virgil's Dr Better Virgil's Dr Better

    a classic Dr. Type soda recipe made naturally using the finest ingredients possible. We decided to make Dr. Better to rival with the super premium quality of our root beer.

  • Coca Cola Coca Cola

    Created in 1886, John Pemberton claimed his cocaine-fueled drink cured many diseases, including indigestion, impotence, and morphine addiction. Because using cocaine is the best way to cure your morphine addiction.

  • Foxon Park Iron Brew Foxon Park Iron Brew

    Do you like Kola? Do you like Cream? Do you like Root Beer? Then Iron Brew is the drink for you!

  • Flying Cauldron Butterscotch Beer Flying Cauldron Butterscotch Beer

    This delicious beverage is the first wizarding drink to have widespread cross over consumption in the non wizarding world.

  • Faygo Vanilla Cream Faygo Vanilla Cream

    Although many fans have claimed to have discovered what give Faygo Creme soda its mellow, mesmerizing taste, the elusive cremeberry found in the tallest peaks of the Andes being one theory, the ingredient remains a secret to this day.

  • Fest Bourbon Cream Soda Fest Bourbon Cream Soda

    Delivers an authentic cream taste with just the right amount of fizz, Fest's rendition brings the distinct oak undertones of Bourbon to a natural vanilla bean flavor.

  • Cock-n-Bull Ginger Beer Cock-n-Bull Ginger Beer

    The originator of the Moscow Mule! All natural ingredients, real sugar and ginger root extract give this English-style ginger beer its distinctive spicy flavor.

  • Fitz's Ginger Ale Fitz's Ginger Ale

    Following its Caribbean roots, this crisp soda features a balance of spicy natural ginger and sweet cane sugar.

  • Swamp Pop Ginger Ale Swamp Pop Ginger Ale

    The perfect ginger kick combined with the refreshing flavor of cucumber. Delicious on it’s own – incredible as a mixer!

  • Route 66 Black Cherry Route 66 Black Cherry

    One for the road - Route 66 is made in Chicago, where Route 66 starts. Or ends, depending on which way you're going.

  • Dublin Grape Dublin Grape

    Made with pure cane sugar, our deliciously different real Dublin Retro Grape soda is a treat for kids and adults alike. It's a sweet flavor that may just take you back in time.

  • Dublin Sweet Peach Dublin Sweet Peach

    Don't let the summer pass without having the refreshing peachy flavor always made with pure cane sugar. Dublin Texas Peach is best ice cold or poured over homemade vanilla ice cream!

  • Rummy Rummy

    A great citrus/grapefruit soda - mix with tequila and lime for a Paloma.

  • Sprecher Cream Soda Sprecher Cream Soda

    Another throw-back to the standards of yesteryear, our cream soda is honey colored, not colorless or artificially red. Wisconsin honey and pure vanilla are carefully blended in a gas-fired kettle, creating a delicate caramelization of sugars that results in a fusion of flavor.

  • Boylan Creamy Red Birch Beer Boylan Creamy Red Birch Beer

    Since 1891 - The addition of vanilla makes this a creamier, slightly smoother version of the original Birch Beer.

  • Green River Green River

    A Chicago original. When Prohibition started in 1919, the Schoenhofen Brewery had to bottle and sell something besides beer. The lime based soda with a hint of lemon was poured into old beer bottles and sold in the market. With the vivid green color and great flavor, It was an immediate success.

  • LeninAde LeninAde

    Russian. Orange. What's the worst that could happen when you combine these two? Pairs well with well-done steaks covered in ketchup.

  • Polar Root Beer Polar Root Beer

    Denis Crowley began making the Polar Classic sodas back in 1882 in Worcerter, MA. Great bite with a sweet vanilla aftertaste.

  • Polar Vanilla Cream Soda Polar Vanilla Cream Soda

    A creamy refreshment since 1882, this sudsy soda is still crafted with natural ingredients for that tried and true vanilla flavor. Delicious poured over ice cream or right out of a frosty bottle, this old fashioned soda satisfies with every sip.

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    The only drink we carry that's not sweetened with cane sugar. The Lo - Cal Root Beer Soda is prepared in a hand-made, gas-fired kettle right at their micro-brewery. By using just a touch of real Wisconsin honey, pure vanilla and a host of botanicals, we produce our rich, rooty flavor and thick creamy head.

  • Judge Wapner's Root Beer Judge Wapner's Root Beer

    The original judge of the People's Court sentences you to drink his root beer.

  • Sprecher Ginger Ale Sprecher Ginger Ale

    Its complex flavor is very dry on the palate, combining the bite of ginger ale with a surprising hint of oak. A truly unique taste experience.

  • Vernors Ginger Soda Vernors Ginger Soda

    For years, the only place one could buy a Vernors was from the fountain in James Vernor's pharmacy at 233 Woodward Ave. in downtown Detroit. But demand for the drink continued to grow. Soon, soda fountains throughout the city began selling cold, carbonated Vernors.

  • Fentimans Curiosity Cola Fentimans Curiosity Cola

    As far as we know, our only British cola. A "stimulating recipe of herbal ingredients, recreating an apothecary's cola of yesteryear." Is that a good thing? This definitely has a unique taste for colas.

  • Sprecher Cherry Cola Sprecher Cherry Cola

    A masterful blend of Wisconsin’s own Door County cherry juice, raw honey, the finest cola extract, and a handful of select spices cooked to perfection in our gas-fired brew kettles.

  • Mason's Root Beer Mason's Root Beer

    A midwest favorite from Chicago, Mason's has that "keg-brewed flavor."

  • Swamp Pop Root Beer Swamp Pop Root Beer

    Swamp Pop Filé Root Beer highlights this classic Louisiana flavor, creating an herbal profile reminiscent of early, traditional root beers. Enjoy ice cold or over vanilla ice cream & Laissez Les Pop Tops Rouler!

  • Jones Root Beer Jones Root Beer

    Exactly the kind of blast from the past we could all use every now and then; sweet, creamy, and perfect for making floats.

  • Capt'n Eli's Root Beer Capt'n Eli's Root Beer

    Eli Forsley got started in the 1920's by pilfering his father's homemade root beer and selling it to kids around his neighborhood. Eli's son Fred began bottling the root beer (and other sodas) in 2002.

  • Maine Root Sarsaparilla Maine Root Sarsaparilla

    Handcrafted soda made with Fair Trade Certified organic evaporated cane juice. A lighter bodied brother to our super popular Root Beer. The flavor profile has less clove, allowing the taste of wintergreen to be showcased.

  • Snake River Sarsaparilla Snake River Sarsaparilla

    Our “Snake River Sarsaparilla” (commonly pronounced “sas-pa-rill-uh”) is one of the all-time favorites from the Wild West. A unique taste as big as the Wyoming sky, our Sarsaparilla tastes a bit like a cross between a cola drink and a rootbeer.

  • Earps Sarsaparilla Earps Sarsaparilla

    The ultimate retro-soda and right out of the "Old West".

  • Boylan Cane Cola Boylan Cane Cola

    A complex cola derived from oils of orange, lemon and lime, with hints of nutmeg, coriander and lavender.

  • Dublin Vintage Cola Dublin Vintage Cola

    The oldest bottling plant in Texas serves customers throughout the Lone Star State and the entire world.

  • Virgil's Real Cola Virgil's Real Cola

    A classic cola recipe made naturally using the finest ingredients and unbleached cane sugar.

  • Boots Sarsaparilla Boots Sarsaparilla

    It says "Sarsaparilla Root Beer," but it's much more of a sarsaparilla.

  • Pepsi Cola Pepsi Cola

    This is Mexican Pepsi. Originally bottled in 1893, the name is a shortened version of "dyspepsia," a vague, gassy discomfort in the upper chest. It's not really clear whether it's the cause or the cure.

  • Nichol Cola Nichol Cola

    Originally called Ver-Vac, Harry Nicholson renamed the cola after himself when he resurrected the brand after the World War I sugar rationing. Wanna guess how much a bottle cost back then?

  • 7 Up 7 Up

    Originally called Bib-Label Lithiated Lemon-Lime Soda, the name shortened to 7up in 1938 - and no one really knows why they picked that name. Most entertaining theory: The original formula contained Litnium, which has an atomic mass of around 7.

  • Mexican Squirt Mexican Squirt

    Created by Herb Bishop in Phoenix. It's a grapefruit citrus soda made with real cane sugar.

  • Stewart's Root Beer Stewart's Root Beer

    Originated at Stewart's Restaurants, a chain of root beer stands that opened in 1924. Stewart's was named the winner at the 2006 Root Beer World Cup, upsetting Argentina.

  • Hosmer Root Beer Hosmer Root Beer

    Founded in 1912 in Connecticut. The company is still family-owned. Their Root Beer consistently ranks high in contests and rankings.

  • A&W Root Beer A&W Root Beer

    Roy Allen and Frank Wright make up the "A&W". They created the drink and the restaurant chain in 1922.

  • Pickle Juice Soda Pickle Juice Soda

    Yep. Pickle Juice Soda. Pairs well with our Dill Pickle Popcorn and the Dill Pickle Mints. We don't know the meaning of the word "overkill."

  • Big Red Big Red

    Invented in Waco in 1937, it was originally called Sun Tang Red Cream Soda. Then, after (we guess) extensive focus group research, the name was changed to Sun Tang Big Red Cream Soda. In 1969, they gave up on long names and re-branded it Big Red.

  • Dr Pepper Dr Pepper

    A Texas original. Prune-free ... at least that's what they want you to think

  • Americana Root Beer Americana Root Beer

    A traditional root beer with hints of vanilla, licorice and honey. Made with pure cane sugar.

  • Olde Brooklyn Root Beer Olde Brooklyn Root Beer

    A smooth, creamy root beer, with a caramel taste and hints of anise and vanilla that leave an impression of peppermint and lingering fruitiness. Though cane-sweetened, it’s low in carbonation, so it’s not overly sweet.

  • Chowning's Tavern Root Beer Chowning's Tavern Root Beer

    From Colonial Williamsburg, the origins of this root beer date from the late 1700's.

  • Fitz's Cream Soda Fitz's Cream Soda

    Based on a 1940’s recipe, it's full-bodied and features lots of creamy vanilla flavor.

  • Boots Caramel Apple Boots Caramel Apple

    That's grandmother Laura Boots on the bottle. Known for her apple strudel, she and her husband Ambrose settled in Round Top TX in 1893.

  • Main Root BLueberry Main Root BLueberry

    Handcrafted soda made with Fair Trade Certified organic evaporated cane juice. In Maine we wait all year for the Blueberries to grow, it’s a real summer treat. Crack open a bottle of Maine Root Blueberry Soda, crackey, and see what you have been missin’ mistah.

  • Boots Ginger Boots Ginger

    That's Aunt Emma on the bottle, who always seemed to have luck on her side. The craft soda features a blend of basil, honey, soy and ginger.

  • Sparkys Root Beer Sparkys Root Beer

    Typical Silicon Valley story: Guy starts a business in his garage, and the thing takes off. Kevin Knox created this in his Pacific Grove CA garage in 2000.

  • Boylan Shirley Temple Boylan Shirley Temple

    Honestly (and we're not just saying this because we're trying to sell you something), all of the Boylan drinks are great. This is a seasonal ginger ale and cherry drink.

  • Bundaberg Root Beer Bundaberg Root Beer

    Our only Australian soda ( as far as we know). Bundaberg is a city in Queensland, on the eastern coast of Australia and they have been brewing since the 1960's.