Last week, I read through a list of brands that were expected to disappear sometime in 2012. This list included things like A&W Restaurants, MySpace, and Kellogg’s Corn Pops. In today’s world these kinds of list are quite common. That is why it is even more amazing to see a brand that is making a comeback. Towne Club is a brand of soda pop that was created in Detroit, Michigan. I am seeing them pop up more and more at my local grocery stores. They have even came out with some brand news flavors that have Michigan ties to them. One of them is their Michigan Cherry. This cherry pop contains a percentage of real Michigan cherry juice. I am glad to see another company turning to natural ingredients when it comes to flavoring their soft drinks. Artificial cherry flavor cannot compare to the real deal.

This is a great cherry pop, good flavor and nicely carbonated. A cherry soda pop tasting like cherries, who would have thought. The best test is if my wife likes it or not. She can’t stand anything with fake cherry flavoring in it. She thought this was a good one. This is probably the best product I have had from Towne Club. Not only is the brand stay alive, it’s getting better!

Where to Buy
I have seen it at several stores in the Detroit/Ann Arbor area including Plum Market, Vince & Joe’s, and Hiller’s. Feel free to leave the name of a place that you have found it in.

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  1. Geoff June 9, 2012, 9:46 am

    Aco hardware has Towne Club pop now. The Michigan Cherry flavor is pretty amazing!

  2. Jenn August 11, 2012, 2:00 pm

    IGA in Shepherd just south of Mt.Pleasant

  3. Mike Sotomayor February 2, 2016, 8:18 pm

    I found Town Club pop at my local party Store.. Stoney Creek MArket at Stoney Creek and Willis Road.

  4. Eric Samuelson February 3, 2016, 7:37 am

    Thanks for sharing!

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