Bulldog Root Beer hits your tongue thin but slick, with a nice sweetness and a nifty bite at the end. It’s quenching and gone in a hurry.
Sampling date: July 17, 2012
Ingredients: Carbonated water, cane sugar, honey, maltodextrin, natural and artificial flavors, sodium benzoate, real vanilla, phosphoric acid, salt
Nutritional information: 12-ounce serving, 160 calories, 0 grams fat, 41 grams of sugar, 45 milligrams sodium
Bottling location: Mukilteo, Washington
1) Route 66 Root Beer
2) Bulldog Root Beer
41 grams of sugar! Wow!!
An ounce and a half. Wow.
On the general topic of food, and on the specific topic of ball park food, my friend’s wife writes a blog about kids and food. This week she got a-behind-the-scenes tour of Dodger Stadium and what else you can eat there in addition to Dodger Dogs and nachos. I was surprised myself at what she found, plus she got an interview with Andre Ethier.
Maybe Robert Creamer should have a root beer named after him.
@Jason Root beer actually tends to have more sugar than comparable sodas. Not sure why, but just tosay that 41g isn’t an anomaly.
I really am looking forward to reading these, Jon. I did this exact thing at Cost Plus World Market last winter but never wrote down my impressions and forgot most of them. Except that stevia-sweetened root beer…isn’t.