The Drinking Blog
So how do you apply your coupon during checkout? It's simple. The Checkout Page is divided into two halves. On the right hand side is your Order Summary. Just below the product is the phrase "Have a discount code?". If you have a coupon that you wish to apply Click on the sentence to open the Coupon Box, Add Coupon Code and hit 'Apply' button to validate the coupon. That's it!
Have you ever watched the show Unwrapped on Food Network? Every so often they produce great clips on various beverages. This show happened to feature a segment on A&W Root Beer. In this video (fast-forward to 50 secs) you can hear about the history of A&W Root Beer, see some great footage of this foamy, frothy root beer being poured and crave a root beer float when finished watching.
Ready to order A&W Root Beer? A&W Root Beer - 12oz (6 Pack)
Dr. Augustin Thompson was the original founder of what is now Moxie Elixir Soda. In 1885, the company Moxie Nerve Food was patented and created to sell products containing the then secret ingredient - which is now known as gentian root. While the past is no different than today many fantastic claims surrounded this "secret" ingredient to provide all sorts of vitality. In many ways this product was promoted like modern day energy drinks and maybe the original energy drink.
Moxie was the first bottled carbonated...
We have worked hard to make numerous improvements to make your shopping experience better. This is the first in a series of posts that will point out some of our site's new features.
Were you ever interested in one, two or even three different beverages, but just weren't ready to buy one or all of them at that moment? Now you can keep track of those items on a Wishlist. As you view our large selection of beverages you will notice "heart" icons throughout. By clicking on those icons you can add products to your Wishlist for future viewing and purchase....
Ask any soda aficionado (myself included) how they prefer to have their sodas packaged and they’ll answer the same way “in glass bottles.” Many of them won’t have their soda any other way. Why you may ask? It’s not like we have some hidden agenda against aluminum and refined petroleum products (though the glass lobby does pay well I hear). There are actually several reasons why glass is the superior packaging method.
Remember the ‘50s and ‘60s (your parents definitely do and if they don’t their parents do) how pretty much the only way to get...
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