A Question For All Americans! Root beer?
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allspice, anise, birch bark, burdock root, coriander seed, dandelion root, ginger root, hops, juniper berries, molasses, prickly ash bark, sarsaparilla root, spicewood, wild cherry bark, wintergreen oil, yellow dock, yucca and other common ingredients like honey, brown sugar, butter, lemon, vanilla, etc.
If you bought it in a grocery store you have the basic idea of what root beer tastes like but locally made and microbrews are the real thing, here are 70 or 80 brands of root beer that were taste-tested and given VERY honest reviews lol , the ones at the top scored higher, there's also a link at the bottom of where you can buy them: Great American Root Beer Showdown
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Haha i had 2 yesterday, it was cheat day from my diet! haha! Root beer floats are a weakness of mine!
Posted Mon May 16, 2011 10:23 AM
Mmmmmmmmmmm cream soda, i like ginger ale the best! yummmy!
Posted Mon May 16, 2011 01:05 PM
There's also a carbonated beverage called "Birch Beer" which I used to like.... not the same as "Root Beer", but similar. There's also "Sarsaparilla" which is the same thing as "Birch Beer"—coming from the same sarsaparilla root.
Mmmm! Now I am thirsty!
I'm not a fan of root beer or birch beer, but Kutztown (where I went to college) is somewhat famous for birch beer that's made locally.