What regional sodas can I find in Asheville grocery stores?

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What regional sodas can I find in Asheville grocery stores?

When I was in Asheville last month, I found 12-packs of Frostie root beer at an Ingles on Tunnel Rd, and I know you can get Cheerwine everywhere - you can get it here in Ettalanna, too - but does anybody know of anything else in the area that's worth tracking down, and where I might find it when I go again in two weeks?  Thanks!
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    ayersian
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    Re:What regional sodas can I find in Asheville grocery stores? 2010/07/08 16:26:54 (permalink)
    Heartbreaksoup, Sundrop (a citrus soda like Mello Yello but smoother) is bottled in Gastonia, NC.  Their Cherry-Lemon Sundrop is particularly delicious -- and I just carried back a 12-pack from NC last week!    Chris
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    Re:What regional sodas can I find in Asheville grocery stores? 2010/07/08 18:33:46 (permalink)
    Red Rock Ginger Ale... A real good Throat-Burner. Made in Atlanta, but availble "here and there" around the Carolinas and GA
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    Re:What regional sodas can I find in Asheville grocery stores? 2010/07/09 17:28:48 (permalink)
    I don't know that I've ever seen Cherry-Lemon Sundrop; I'll keep an eye out for it.  I can get Red Rock here; it's not one of my favorites, though.

    Any others hiding out there?
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