~ Map: 31 Regional Soft Drink Faves

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2014/05/23 10:52:23 (permalink)

~ Map: 31 Regional Soft Drink Faves

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    Heartbreaksoup
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    Re:~ Map: 31 Regional Soft Drink Faves 2014/05/23 12:41:56 (permalink)
    Wonderful list!  I'm always glad to see Buffalo Rock get some love.
     
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    Re:~ Map: 31 Regional Soft Drink Faves 2014/05/23 13:41:54 (permalink)
    I can see why Sprecher would be the easy choice for Milwaukee but I would've picked Black Bear.
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    Re:~ Map: 31 Regional Soft Drink Faves 2014/05/23 23:38:35 (permalink)
    We have just finished our Christmas gift cases of Sprechers. Mainly Cherry Cola, but a few 4 pks of PUMA Cola (Vanila) and Orange Creme soda as well. We will resupply those when the kids come down from Wisconsin for the 4th of July weekend.  We tried a 4 pk of the "Hard Root Beer" and did not care for it at all, so it will not be on our "buy-more" list.
     
    On this general topic, I had not tasted a 'Regular' PEPSI since last year..until last week. What a freakin' disaster. I assume they have changed the formula, as it sure doesn't taste like anything I remember in the cola family.  I guess my days in the Pepsi-generation are over and gone.
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    Re:~ Map: 31 Regional Soft Drink Faves 2014/05/24 01:17:07 (permalink)
    Interesting to note the predominance of Root Beers and Ginger Ales on the list.
    Old favorites never die!
     
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    Re:~ Map: 31 Regional Soft Drink Faves 2014/05/24 01:33:37 (permalink)
    Ironically, I found some Frostop Red Birch Beer in an Ace Hardware this week!
    Haven't had Birch Beer in years!
    http://www.frostop.com/red-birch-beer.html
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    Re:~ Map: 31 Regional Soft Drink Faves 2014/05/24 09:11:04 (permalink)
    Yes, interesting. Curious they listed Foxon Park and Hosmer in CT, but not Avery. I've been to all 3 and find them all appealing, but the Avery operation is the most "old timey" and New England-like.
     
    Here's Avery:
     
    http://www.averysoda.com/
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