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Polar

The brew that I’m about to try, Polar, dates its establishment to 1882. I’m excited to see if despite all the marvels of modern technology, something claiming to be so old can wrestle with the rest of these younger generation root beers. I’ve heard of Polar before, but I’ve never had the opportunity to give it a try. That changes, today. I have a strange feeling that it’s going to be a classic drink—something that I can really sink my taste buds into. Polar Bears: Expert Crafters of Root Beer? With a tall neck, clear bottle, and an attractive, dark luscious…

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Brownie Caramel Cream Root Beer

With Virgil’s, I’m reinvigorated. After the first few duds, Virgil’s really gave me the fire I needed to continue this little delve into the world of root beer. Okay, let’s give it another shot, and for today’s article I’ve chosen something that I’ve had my eye on for quite a while. Brownie Caramel Cream Root Beer. Now, to be fair, I’m not a big fan of caramel, but I’m not going into this thinking Brownie is glorified Werther’s Original candies. With something that’s been in production this long, if caramel is the way to explore root beer flavors, I’m interested to see…

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Virgil’s Micro Brewed Root Beer

I have to admit that I’m excited for Virgil’s. It’s been a little while, but if I’m remembering correctly, this is one of those brands that has set the standard for the industry. I have to admit, after my last three experiences, I feel I’m due for something nice, don’t you? This particular brew claims to be a globalized blend, stating that the brand imports all sorts of ingredients from all over the world. Despite this apparent modern method for acquiring components, Virgil’s Micro Brewed Root Beer has that essential look of a traditional root beer. Classic, Traditional, Delicious? Virgil’s…

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Sky Valley Organic Root Beer

Self-described as a crisp, sparkling organic soda, Sky Valley Organic Root Beer doesn’t sound very traditional at all. In fact, my first impression is that this is going to be sparkling water, akin to Clearly Canadian, rather than a traditional root beer. I’m a little hesitant going into this one, as my previous two excursions were fairly disappointing. According to the label: Sky Valley‘s Root Beer combines the highest-quality organic ingredients for a crisp, refreshing beverage that quenches your thirst. Enjoy! A Twist on Classic Enjoyment Hopefully, I will enjoy, Sky Valley. At least, I’ll try my best. I’m expecting…

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