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Henry Weinhard's Root Beer

Henry Weinhard's Root Beer

Description 

Henry Weinhard’s Root Beer is made from a recipe developed during Prohibition to give the brewery loyalists something to enjoy during the “dry spell.” It proved so popular that they continue to make it to this day.

This brew is the embodiment of smooth, both in taste and mouth feel. Henry Weinhard’s Root Beer uses real vanilla extract to give it a nice creamy flavor that is accented with honey and spices. The sassafras extract completes the brew to give the familiar root beer flavor. You will enjoy the tall frothy root beer head this soda delivers. Henry Weinhard’s means it when they say it has a “draught style head” which is foamy and delicious and lasts about forever. The finishing taste of vanilla and honey with traces of wintergreen makes this one a real treat.

Enjoy the classic gourmet taste of your favorite root beer every day of the week!

Henry Weinhard's Root Beer Ingredients

Ingredients: Carbonated water, high fructose corn syrup, caramel color, vanilla extract, natural flavors, phosphoric acid, sodium benzoate (preserves freshness), honey essence, acacia sassafras extract

Nutrition Facts: Serving Size: 12 fl. oz. Servings per Container: 1 Amount per serving: Calories: 170 Total Fat: 0g Sodium: 75mg Protein: 0g Total Carbohydrates: 43g Sugars: 42g

Product Details

Packaging: 24 - 12 oz glass bottles
Weight: 36 lbs
Shipping: Currently, item(s) only ship within 48 contiguous United States
Item #: 2401238
UPC: 034100668051

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Customer Reviews

Average Rating: (based on 13 reviews)

Showing 1 - 5 of 13 Reviews:

by Peter
on 9/8/2013
Not the same root beer after SABMiller
This is not the Henry Weinhard's Root Beer that I used to know.  The Henry Weinhard company was sold to SABMiller, and the Blitz-Weinhard Brewery in Tumwater, Washington was shut down.  The bottling of the root beer has been moved to Fort Worth Texas under Blitz-Weinhard Gourmet Soda Company.  The ingredients have been changed to cheaper ingredients including high fructose corn syrup and artificial vanilla. I doubt the 19th century brewers used corn syrup despite the label.  The root beer is now only OK - the full flavor is gone and it tastes closer to colored sugar water than root beer.  It is still better than many root beers on the market, but it no longer justifies the high price for ordering online.  Try Thomas Kemper Root Beer for a good NW United States root beer. 
by RJ
on 8/23/2013
Retired ESL Teacher and IT Professional
I used to think A&W had enough taste to satisfy. Then came our recent trip to California and Oregon. I ordered the Weinhard in a San Francisco cafe' on Lombard Street and knew immediately there was more to life! A follow-up bottle in a marvelous eatery in Coos Bay, OR called the Blue Heron Bistro served to convince me. I suspect, however, that ordering the Ultimate Root Beer Sampler may open my eyes (and my tastebuds!) even further. Until then, Happy draught-ing!
by MATTHEW
on 5/26/2013
high fructose corn syrup?
Tastes great, but  high fructose corn syrup is really a show stopper.  Really sad that they advertise all their natural ingredients but then slip this in as the second highest ingredient besides water!
by Robert
on 3/30/2013
Best I have ever tried
This is by far the best root beer I have ever tried.  It has a very subtle root beer taste that may come across as too sweet for some, but for me, I have yet to try anything better.  Great foaming head, but not heavy.  Goes down real smooth and is great with a meal, or by itself.  Wish I could buy it locally, but at least I have Beverages Direct to deliver to my front door.
by leslie udvardi
on 2/11/2013
Needs an update
Not a bad tasting root beer considering the ingredients. But a good “gourmet” soda certainly doesn’t use corn syrup and definitely not high fructose corn syrup. It would also not contain caramel color unless it stated “non-synthesized”, “natural flavors” that aren’t named individually or chemically processed preservatives, not to mention “honey essence” whatever that is. This stuff is way too expensive to have such poor quality ingredients.
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