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1919 Draft Rootbeer
Remember!
~ 1919 taps and pours easily.
~ 1919 should always be kept cold.
1919 can be very versatile in the manner in which it is served. The most popular is a frosted mug. You may also use a glass, but please, never use ice when serving root beer.

The trick to making a perfect 1919 Root Beer Float is to fill a glass of 1919 Root Beer ¼ to ¾ full and top with 1-2 scoops of a top quality ice cream. Serve with a spoon and one or two straws! Remember to float the ice cream in last or the root beer will "work" its way up; just like it will if you push the ice cream down with your spoon or straw...much like getting into a tub full of water.

Another popular and delicious version is a 1919 Root Beer Freeze. Fill a blender with ice cream and add ½ to ¾ of 1919. Blend as you would a milk shake and serve with a spoon and straw.

1919 is available on draft at a variety of establishments throughout the Upper Midwest.It is a unique destination soda, meaning it is not available in bottles or cans. One must visit the establishment to enjoy a cold, fresh, draft 1919 Root Beer.

Many venues feature take home containers so 1919 can be enjoyed at home for a movie or game night or as floats for dessert. Creative bartenders use their imagination mixing spirits with this top shelf, unique, easy pour. 1919 can add a twist to classic cocktails or serve as the basis for a new signature house specialty.

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