A&W Root Beer (with Sugar) Review (Soda Tasting #114)
On episode #103, I reviewed A&W Root Beer. On this episode, I am going to review the sugar sweetened edition available in glass bottles.
The drink was invented by Roy Allen in 1919. Following a growth in popularity, he took on a partner, Frank Wright and in 1922, introduced the A&W brand name, for Allen and Wright. This version has the same ingredients as the high fructose corn syrup version except for sugar and Quillaia extract, which is a foaming agent, according to WebMD.
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|Soda:||A&W Root Beer (with Sugar)|
|Company:||Dr Pepper Snapple Group|
|Calories (12 oz.):||170|
|Caffeine (12 oz.):||Free|