Berghoff Root Beer

(Last Updated On: January 5, 2010)

Berghoff Root Beer
This is part of a series of posts on juices and unique drinks that I have come across. Everyone knows the Pepsis and Cokes of this world and many sites cover the wines and beers, but I am bringing to you the rest of the beverage world

The Berghoff is a resturant in Chicago that has a long history (it opened in 1898). That history includes a root beer recipe that has been bottled and sold outside of the Windy City. I found a bottle at the Fresh Market in Fort Wayne, Indiana. It is labeled as a draft style root beer and it made with cane sugar, no high fructose here. It has a creamy mouth feel with true root beer flavor, without a lot of head.

3stars The flavor is not what you get from store brand and mass market produced root beer. But I felt it was still missing something. It had a little bit of spice to it, but a little more would have been great. If the depth of flavor could be turned up on this root beer, I would be able to turn up the stars. Yet I still woudn’t mind having one of these again.

One Reply to “Berghoff Root Beer”

  1. This beverage can be purchased from the Old 52 General Store in Sabin, MN or online at http://www.shopold52.com/store/product.asp?productID=452&submit=Go

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