Dad’s Root Beer was created in the 1930s by Barney Berns and Ely Klapman in Klapman’s Chicago-area home. When they filed for a trademark in September of 1938, they alleged that it had been in use since February of 1937, so this is considered to be the official starting date of Dad’s. The Berns and Klapman families sold their shares to IC Industries in the 1970s, who sold Dad’s to The Monarch Beverage Company of Atlanta in 1986. At that […]
The Dad’s Root Beer Company describes their Dad’s Cream Soda as a “traditional golden vanilla soft drink.” I’m joined on this episode by my friend Kevin Dees. Are you a fan of Dad’s Cream Soda? Please let me know in the comments. Thank you for watching.
Dad’s describes their Blue Cream Soda as “almost liquid cotton candy with very heavy vanilla notes.” Thank you to Michael Kimsal of indieconf and Freelance Path for providing this soda. What’s your favorite cream soda? Please let me know in the comments. Thank you for watching.
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