Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Rootbeer Buddy Celebration from WaWa!

I just recently got word from my root beer brother Adam that he was moving back to Ohio.  I though in celebration that a review was in order.  I closed my eyes and reached back and felt for the frosty goodness I was craving.
To my disappointment I grabbed a WaWa brand root beer.  The disappointment didn’t go too far as I “popped the top” there was sufficient carbonation and a nice hint of root beer aroma.  The bottle is plastic so I wasn’t expecting too much.  I was surprised, because I’m not a big fan of high fructose corn syrup as a root beer sweetener,  but it was actually a good sweet flavor.  So plastic and corn syrup works well with this brand.  I can say it tastes a lot like those little root beer candies from your local “old time shop.” 
Some history of WaWa.  Comes from WaWa, PA.  That’s all I got to say about that.

 For a store brand root beer I have to say it’s one of my favorites to date.  Did it score very high?  Ehh, not really.  Would I purposely buy this brand to relieve my craving for a frosty brew?  I would.  If I could find it in my hometown or nearby.  All in all, I give this brew a rating of 2.5 Frosty Mugs!

So here-here, my big brother-rootbeer buddy has come home.  Welcome back to the land of milk and honey.  Even though WaWa didn’t have any.


1 comment:

gluten free beer said...

Before the advent of refrigeration, there was no way to preserve juices for more than a day or two as they would spoil. However, ancient peoples soon discovered that there were two types of spoiling - contamination by yeast and contamination by bacteria.