Friday, March 30, 2007

Stewart's Fountain Classics Root Beer: Keep One Near You.

Stewart's root beer is one of those root beers that most people have heard of. The label, although very simplistic, is very recognizable when walking the soda aisle at your favorite grocery store. Stewart's is another one of those companies that has a plethera of other sodas in unique flavors - even a black cherry - YUM.

This soda has an unbelievable root beer taste without any other flavors getting in the way. Because it is packaged in a bottle, it pours easily and goes great over a dollop of ice cream making a perfect root beer float. Ice cream, as most root beer lovers know, enhances the head of the root beer. This root beer needs it. Although Stewart's has a flavor that all root beers should try to capture, it lacks on the ability to make a good head.

For some reason, I am lacking much more to say about this root beer. It is one of those root beers that really speaks for itself. If you haven't tried it - you are missing out.


I give this a hefty 4 Frosty Mugs. I am hesistant to give it a higher rating because it is very early in the evaluation process. However, I really like this root beer. The only thing that could be improved, in my book, is a little more head. I have a feeling I will be constantly referring back to Stewart's in the months to come.

--Jeff

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