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References[edit] – Bill Abrams (1981-03-25). Ramblin Root Beer Hopes to Take Root In New York City: Coke Plans to Attract 1980s Teen-Agers by Taking Ad Campaign Out of 1890s. Wall Street Journal. p.42.
– The opinions ramble on new root beer taste, The Deseret News, 17 Oct 1979, Section F, Page 1. Retrieved 31 Oct 2013.
– Ramblin Root Beer 12-PackWholesale retro sodas, the brands of soda pop we all remember. 28 June 2018.
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Ramblin' Root Beer (Wikipedia)

Ramblin' Root Beer is a root beer formerly made by The Coca-Cola Company. The product disappeared after Coca-Cola bought Barq's in 1995. A famous ad campaign for the product featured Sarah Jessica Parker. By the 1980s, it was available primarily only in fountain outlets. In 1994, the popular pop-punk band Blink-182 thanked Ramblin' Root Beer for the making of the album “Cheshire Cat”[citation needed].

Ramblin' Root Beer

As of 2022, Ramblin' Root Beer is again available for sale, distributed by Orca Beverage of Mukilteo, Washington.

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