Stewart’s Cream Soda was one of two flavors introduced in 1992, the first time the brand extended beyond root beer. The only one was Ginger Beer. Thank you to galactigus20 for the request. Do you enjoy Stewart’s Cream Soda? Please let me know in the comments. Thank you for watching.
The ice cream soda – that is, the mixing of ice cream with carbonated water – is said to have been invented by Robert M. Green of Philadelphia in 1874. The most popular version may be the root beer float, featuring root beer and vanilla ice cream. The first person known to have made it was Frank Wisner, who owned a soda shop in Colorado. He named it Black Cow Mountain, after the Cow Mountain, and it was later shortened […]
Ohio schoolteacher Frank Stewart opened his Stewart’s Root Beer stand in 1924. Stewart’s was only available at root beer stands and drive-in theaters until 1990, when Cable Car Beverage Corporation acquired the bottling rights and began producing 12 ounce bottles of the soda. Triarc (which would later become The Wendy’s Company, as in the fast food restaurant) bought Cable Car Beverage in 1997 and later sold the Stewart’s brand, along with Snapple and Mistic, to Cadbury Schweppes. Eventually, Cadbury Schweppes […]
There is a tremendous amount of variety in the world when it comes to root beers. On this episode, I’m going to blind taste six of them. Thank you to Richard Mont, mikeypaco, Kevin Saju and candouidus for the request. Of the root beers featured here, which ones have you had? And which is your favorite? Please let me know in the comments. Here is a run down of the sodas featured in this blind tasting: Boylan Root Beer Company: […]
“Picture yourself on the beach in Key West,” says the Stewart’s website. “You’re sitting in a lounge chair watching the sunset and just before the last sliver of sunshine slips below the horizon you have a bite of fresh key lime pie. That’s what drinking a bottle of Stewart’s Key Lime is like.” Is there a really good key lime pie flavored soda out there? Please let me know in the comments. Thank you for watching.
Stewart’s Grape Soda is the first grape soda to be featured on Soda Tasting. The Stewart’s brand, which dates back to 1924, offers an array of options that it refers to as fountain classics. In this clip, I mentioned my friends at WebDevStudios, including Brad and April Williams and Brian Messenlehner. What is your favorite grape soda? Please let me know in the comments. Thank you for watching.
The Stewart’s brand dates back to 1924, when it started as a root beer stand. They didn’t begin bottling soda until 1990 and, in 1995, they introduced the Orange ‘n Cream flavor. I’m joined by a special guest: my brother, Sean O’Keefe. Together, we release videos as Patrick and Sean. At the moment, they are mostly video game themed. Stewart’s website describes the company as being in the “premium gourmet soda world.” Does such a thing exist? Is this it? […]
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