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Soda & Soft Drink Saturday - Norwegian “Julebrus”

Julebrus is a Norwegian soft drink, usually with a festive label on the bottle. It is brewed by most Norwegian breweries, as a Christmas drink for minors, who aren’t eligible (by law) to enjoy the traditional juleøl (English: Christmas Ale). 122 more words

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Soda & Soft Drink Saturday - Jolly Cola – An Original Danish Soft Drink

Jolly Cola is an original Danish soft drink dating back to 1959. Today, Jolly Cola is produced by the Danish brewery ‘Vestfyen’, which also produces Jolly Light, the sports drink Jolly Time and Jolly Orange. 983 more words

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Soda & Soft Drink Saturday - Dad’s Root Beer

Dad’s Root Beer is an American root beer created in Chicago in 1937 by Ely Klapman and Barney Berns. It is currently sold and marketed by The Dad’s Root Beer Company LLC, and owned by Hedinger Brands, LLC. 427 more words

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Soda & Soft Drink Saturday - Green Spot

 

Green Spot was founded in 1934 with the mission to produce a quality fruit juice drink concentrate using only the freshest ingredients. The first product was the unique tasty Orangeade, which caught on very quickly. 168 more words

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Soda & Soft Drink Saturday - Spring Grove Soda Pop

The business was started back in 1895 by a fellow by the name of G.G. Ristey. Some say he was a pharmacist who developed the concoction for his own… 464 more words

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The World’s First Frozen Margarita Machine

In 1971, young Mariano Martinez started serving margaritas in his new restaurant, Mariano’s Mexican Cuisine. His customers created a high demand for the newly popular frozen drink. 248 more words

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Soda &Soft Drink Saturday - Nesbitt’s Orange

Nesbitt’s was a popular brand of orange-flavoured soda pop in the United States during much of the 20th century. Nesbitt’s was produced by the Nesbitt Fruit Products Company of Los Angeles, California. 279 more words

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