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Root beer is a true-blue American staple that literally took its roots in the continent. The beverage’s unique and amazing flavor has made it popular across the country and around the world. Here you will find out which root beer you should definitely try and what benefits the beer has.

Chances are, you’ve already tried root beer before or — at the very least — heard about it (and probably became intrigued by its name). However, there are still plenty of things to learn about this classic beverage, such as:

  • What root beer is, its characteristics, origin, and qualities that set it apart from the rest
  • The best root beer brands and root beers to get your hands on if you’re ready to dive deep into this beverage
  • The different types of root beer for adding variety to your drinking experience
  • Easy-to-follow recipes if you’d like to brew your very own refreshing glass of root beer.

People love to drink various types of beverages. Some like to drink soft drinks, whereas some love alcoholic beverages. Amongst the different types of alcoholic beverages, beer is one of the most popular drinks. You would love to enjoy a cold bottle of beer rather than a warm one. Beers contain a moderate amount of alcohol. Thus, drinking a couple of beers will not get you drunk.

Many people love to drink non-alcoholic beers. These types of beers do not contain alcohol, so they taste sweeter than ordinary beer. Thus, people of all ages can enjoy the drink. In America, non-alcoholic beers are called root beers, and people from any age group can have them. Root beers are made from the roots of the sassafras tree. Although these types of beers are free of alcohol, some brands of root beers may still contain a marginal amount of alcohol. One popular root beer brand is IBC Root Beer.

Some people who don’t know enough about root beer might confuse it with beer. However, the two are very different, and this difference primarily has to do with the alcohol content and taste. Most root beers are non-alcoholic carbonated sodas that are sweet. In addition, root beers are not made from grains and hops, the primary ingredients of beer. 

Some of its traditional base ingredients include sassafras root and bark, molasses, water, wintergreen, and yeast. With the use of sassafras root, it’s easy to understand why root beer has the word root in it! The more modern root beers add a lot of flavorings like caramel, vanilla, licorice root, nutmeg, cinnamon, and honey in addition to sugar, water, and sassafras without safrole. 

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  1. What is caffeine?
  2. Other FAQs about Beer which you may be interested in.
  3. What is root beer and diet root beer?
  4. How to check for caffeine?
  5. Root beer that can have caffeine
  6. What are the benefits of Sassafras Albidum?
  7. Caffeine-free root beer
  8. How does caffeine work?
  9. Does root beer have caffeine?
  10. Is Barq’s diet root beer caffeinated?
  11. Why does some root beer have caffeine?
  12. Is diet root beer Bad for You?
  13. Why does root beer have no caffeine?
  14. What is the healthiest soda to drink?
  15. Why is root beer bad for you?
  16. What soda has the most caffeine?
  17. Alcohol Content
  18. Best Root Beers
  19. Mug Root Beer
  20. Barq’s Root Beer
  21. A&W Root Beer
  22. Stewart’s Root Beer
  23. Dad’s Root Beer
  24. IBC Root Beer
  25. Bundaberg Root Beer
  26. Dog N Suds Root Beer
  27. What Root Beer Is
  28. What Root Beer Is Made Of
  29. Why It Is Called Root Beer
  30. Does Root Beer Have Caffeine?
  31. When Root Beer Was Invented
  32. Taste and Flavor of Root Beer
  33. Ingredient and Extracts of Root Beer
  34. Alcohol in Root Beer
  35. What Root Beer Float Is
  36. The emergence of sugar-free root beer
  37. Brief History
  38. What Does It Taste Like?
  39. Ingredients
  40. Calories
  41. What Type Of Beer Is IBC Root Beer?
  42. Banning the use of safrole
  43. Root beer origin and history
  44. Is sugar-free root beer healthy?
  45. A&W sugar-free root beer
  46. Types of Root Beer
  47. Diet Root Beer
  48. Alcoholic Root Beer
  49. Root Beer Milk
  50. Root Beer Popsicles
  51. Sprecher sugar-free root beer
  52. What is the healthiest root beer?
  53. Best Root Beer Brands
  54. Sprecher Brewing
  55. Hires Root Beer
  56. Virgil’s Root Beer
  57. Frostie Root Beer
  58. Boylan Root Beer
  59. Henry Weinhard’s
  60. Red Arrow Root Beer
  61. Sioux City Root Beer
  62. Dang Butterscotch Root Beer
  63. Barq’s zero-sugar root beer
  64. Price
  65. How to Make a Homemade Root Beer
  66. How to Make a Root Beer Float
  67. How to Make Alcoholic Root Beer
  68. How to Make DIY Root Beer at Home
  69. IBC diet root beer
  70. How is root beer made?
  71. Is It Healthy?
  72. Virgil’s zero-sugar root beer
  73. Conclusion
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What is caffeine?

Caffeine is a chemical compound found in coffee beans and tea leaves. It is also present in many other plants such as kola nuts, cacao beans, guarana berries, yohimbe bark, and cola nuts. Caffeine is a stimulant that acts on the central nervous system. It affects the brain and nerves, causing increased alertness and wakefulness. Caffeine stimulates the central nervous system, increasing heart rate, blood pressure, and respiration. It also speeds up metabolism, making it easier to burn calories. Caffeine is also known to improve athletic performance. However, excessive consumption of caffeine can lead to insomnia, anxiety, restlessness, irritability, and headaches.

Other FAQs about Beer which you may be interested in.

1) How many calories does beer have? Beer contains approximately 4 calories per 12 oz serving.

What is root beer and diet root beer?

Root beer is a carbonated beverage that originated from the American South. It was originally brewed using sugar cane juice. Diet root beer is a low calorie version of the original drink. It uses artificial sweeteners instead of sugar.

How to check for caffeine?

Caffeine is a stimulant found in coffee, tea, cocoa, cola, chocolate, and many other products. It is used to treat insomnia, anxiety, depression, and headaches. Caffeine is also a diuretic and can help people lose weight. It can also improve athletic performance. Caffeine is not addictive but it does affect the body differently depending on how much is consumed. Too much caffeine can lead to dehydration, heart palpitations, tremors, and even death.

Root beer that can have caffeine

Caffeine is a stimulant that can be found naturally in coffee beans, tea leaves, cocoa, cacao, kola nuts, guarana seeds, yohimbe bark, cola nuts, and other plants. Caffeine is also added to many soft drinks and energy drinks. It is used to treat insomnia, anxiety, and headaches. In addition to these uses, caffeine is sometimes used to help people stay awake during long car trips, and to reduce fatigue after exercise. Caffeine is not recommended for children under 12 years old because it can cause restlessness, nervousness, irritability, sleeplessness, stomach upset, and vomiting.

Caffeine is a stimulant found naturally in coffee beans and tea leaves. It is also added to many soft drinks and energy drinks. Diet soda does not contain any caffeine because it is artificially flavored. Caffeine is a diuretic (a substance that promotes urination) and can lead to dehydration if consumed in excessive amounts.

What are the benefits of Sassafras Albidum?

Sassafras albidum is a tree native to North America and is known as sassafras. It is used extensively in herbal medicine because of its medicinal properties. Sassafras albidums leaves are used to treat colds, coughs, sore throats, fever, diarrhea, indigestion, and other ailments.

Caffeine-free root beer

Coffee is a great way to wake up in the morning but if you are looking for something that tastes better, try making your own caffeine free root beer. It’s easy to make and you can customize it according to your taste.

How does caffeine work?

Does root beer have caffeine?

Caffeine is a natural stimulant found in coffee beans, tea leaves, cocoa powder, cola nuts, guarana berries, kola nuts, maté, yaupon, and many other plants. It is also present in certain fruits such as oranges, lemons, limes, grapefruit, and tangerines. Caffeine is a chemical compound that acts as a central nervous system stimulant. It is also used as a diuretic and appetite suppressant. Caffeine is not only found in soda but also in some energy drinks.

Is Barq’s diet root beer caffeinated?

Caffeine is a natural stimulant found in coffee beans. It is used to give energy and alertness. Caffeine is naturally present in many plants such as tea leaves, cocoa beans, kola nuts, guarana seeds, yucca roots, and cola nuts. Root beer doesn’t contain caffeine because it is not brewed from coffee beans but rather from sugar cane. Sugar cane contains sucrose (sugar) and fructose (fruit sugar). Sucrose is composed of glucose and fructose molecules. Glucose is a monosaccharide while fructose is a disaccharide. Monosaccharides are sugars that only have one molecule of carbohydrate attached to them. Disaccharides are sugars with two carbohydrate molecules attached to them. Fructose is sweeter than glucose. This is why root beer tastes sweet.

Why does some root beer have caffeine?

Caffeine is a naturally occurring substance found in coffee beans, tea leaves, cocoa beans, kola nuts, guarana berries, yucca roots, and cola nuts. Caffeine is a stimulant that helps the body produce energy. It is also used to treat headaches, anxiety, insomnia, and other conditions. Root beer contains caffeine because it is brewed from the same ingredients as coffee.

Is diet root beer Bad for You?

Caffeine is a stimulant found naturally in coffee beans, tea leaves, cocoa beans, kola nuts, guarana berries, yohimbe bark, and cola nuts. Caffeine stimulates the central nervous system and increases alertness. It is also used medically to treat anxiety disorders, insomnia, and other conditions.

Why does root beer have no caffeine?

Barq’s Diet Root Beer is not caffeinated. It contains caffeine from natural sources such as guarana and yohimbe. Caffeine is found naturally in coffee beans, tea leaves, cocoa beans, kola nuts, and cola nuts.

What is the healthiest soda to drink?

Diet soda contains artificial sweeteners such as aspartame, sucralose, saccharin, and acesulfame potassium. These chemicals are known to cause cancer and other health problems. Diet drinks are not recommended for people who are pregnant or nursing because they contain caffeine, which can harm babies.

Why is root beer bad for you?

Root beer contains caffeine, phosphoric acid, and tannins. Caffeine is a stimulant and can lead to insomnia, nervousness, and irritability. Phosphoric acid is used to treat kidney stones. Tannins help prevent scurvy.

What soda has the most caffeine?

Soda is not healthy because it contains artificial sweeteners, but it does provide a good source of vitamins and minerals. It is important to know what type of sugar is used in making sodas. Most sodas contain high fructose corn syrup (HFCS), which is a form of glucose. This is a highly processed carbohydrate that is linked to obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and other serious health problems. HFCS is also known to contribute to tooth decay. Other types of sugars found in soft drinks include sucrose, maltose, lactose, dextrose, and fructose. These are natural sugars that are found in fruits and vegetables. In addition to these sugars, many soft drinks contain phosphoric acid, citric acid, sodium benzoate, potassium sorbate, and caramel color. These chemicals are added to soften the taste of the beverage.

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Alcohol Content

The IBC Root Beer and the IBC Diet Root Beer are alcohol-free. Thus, the beverages are suitable for people of all age groups. Whether you are a kid or an aged citizen, you can enjoy the drink with your near and dear ones.

Best Root Beers

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Best Root Beers

These options are just as delicious and will give you that classic root beer flavor without breaking the bank or sending you off on a hunt.

Mug Root Beer

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Mug Root Beer

You’ll recognize this brand for its iconic bulldog mascot, creatively named “Dog”. Mug root beer has a simple, sweet, refreshing flavor and a unique aroma — just a whiff and you can already tell you’re in for a real treat.

Named for the traditional beer handles or mugs root beer was served in, this popular beverage dates back to Belfast Beverage Company in the 1940s, but it has since been acquired by PepsiCo.

Barq’s Root Beer

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Barq’s Root Beer

Barq’s is one of the oldest root beer companies that are still widely commercially available today. The brewery’s slogan is simply “Drink Barq’s. It’s Good.”, and its continued popularity indicates that this sentiment holds plenty of water.

Even better, Barq’s is also one of the only available root beers that contain caffeine, so pick one up if you’re in need of a kicker.

A&W Root Beer

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A&W Root Beer

A&W root beer is one of the most popular brands of root beer on the list, so you know you’re in good hands when you pick up a drink or two. It’s also one of the only brands that are readily available outside of the United States.

Dating back to its humble roots in 1919, A&W root beer has exploded into the massive brand that it is today, even expanding to include a dedicated restaurant chain.

Stewart’s Root Beer

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Stewart’s Root Beer

Another brand boasting a restaurant chain is Stewart’s, a brewery that markets sodas as “fountain classics”. These beverage offerings boast a nostalgic flavor profile ranging from birch and cherry to orange and grapes.

Of course, the real highlight is Stewart’s root beer, a caramel-colored, cane sugar drink that’s as fizzy and refreshing as it gets.

Dad’s Root Beer

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Dad’s Root Beer

Another old-fashioned favorite, Dad’s Root Beer has been a popular choice since its inception in the 1930s. Known for its incredible foamy head, this glass-bottled root beer is still owned by a small local group and features the classic notes of wintergreen, vanilla, and licorice.

Other recognizable products from Dad’s Root Beer Company include Bubble Up and Sun Crest — lime and orange sodas, respectively.

IBC Root Beer

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IBC Root Beer

These stout-bottled, traditional root beers are flavored with cane sugar, which is relatively uncommon among popular, readily available root beers.

Throughout the company’s history since its founding in 1919, its root beer has hardly changed flavors. IBC root beer still gives you that rich, complex flavor that conceals hints of citrus, a blend that’s truly unique to the brew.

Bundaberg Root Beer

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Bundaberg Root Beer

Bundaberg root beer is a classic that’s made using sarsaparilla root, ground ginger, licorice root, vanilla bean, and molasses, creating an expansive flavor profile that leaves multiple dimensions in your tastebuds.

The brewery originates from Australia, but if you find yourself in the land down under, you might be in for a shock. That’s because this root beer is marketed as Sarsaparilla there, but don’t worry, it still has the same great flavor.

Dog N Suds Root Beer

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Dog N Suds Root Beer

You might be more familiar with Dog N Suds, the restaurant, but this chain also sells a world-class root beer brew of the same name.

If you’re lucky enough to have a Dog N Suds near you, pop in for a hot dog and a handle of fresh, sparkling root beer. If not, don’t worry as Dog N Suds Root Beer is widely distributed and should be available somewhere close by.

What Root Beer Is

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What Root Beer Is

Root beer is a popular North American soft drink. It’s a caramel-colored beverage with a nice level of carbonation and a foamy head, perfect for those who want the fizzy finish of regular soda with a twist.

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The beverage’s sweet and unique flavor has made it a favorite among many people, especially those who’d like to be in on the fun without getting drunk (or being kept wide-eyed the entire night).

What Root Beer Is Made Of

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What Root Beer Is Made Of

Root beer was originally made using the roots and bark of sassafras and sarsaparilla, native plants that were combined with other flora in smaller quantities.

However, since sassafras was deemed carcinogenic in 1960, root beer is now made using artificial flavoring or modified sassafras extract. This is combined with water, sugar, yeast, and other flavorings to make the tasty beverage.

Why It Is Called Root Beer

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Why It Is Called Root Beer

The “root” is in reference to the sassafras root which formed the traditional foundation of the beverage.

The first commercially available root beer was sold as “root tea”, but the name was changed to “beer” to make it more appealing to the sensibilities and tastes of the customers (who were predominantly male miners).

It was also marketed as an alternative to traditional beer during the Temperance Movement as it typically doesn’t contain alcohol.

Does Root Beer Have Caffeine?

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Does Root Beer Have Caffeine?

Most commercially available root beers don’t contain any caffeine. This is because caffeine doesn’t naturally occur in the brewing process or in any of the typical ingredients.

While other sodas are made with the kola nut — a caffeine-dense ingredient originally used as a flavoring when brewing Coke and other popular soft drinks — root beer doesn’t, rendering it effectively caffeine-free.

Because of this, root beer is a great choice for anyone wanting to limit their caffeine intake, children, or those who can’t have caffeine for religious or medical reasons. If you do want that extra boost, however, some brands (such as Barq’s) have a caffeinated option available.

When Root Beer Was Invented

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When Root Beer Was Invented

Root beer as we know it today originated in the late 1800s. Charles Elmer Hires, a pharmacist, began selling dried sassafras tea in 1875 and then moved on to sell extract and, eventually, bottled root beer.

However, the rising popularity of the beverage was opposed by groups who crusaded against the influence of alcohol. Fortunately, independent testing vouched for root beer as an alcohol-free drink, and by 1900, it became widely popular across the US.

Sassafras had been used medicinally and for cooking by Native Americans. The first recorded use was in 1577, although it’s almost certain it was used way before it was ever written down.

The plant was brought back to England in the late 1500s as well, so it was well-known and being consumed long before Hires began selling root beer.

Taste and Flavor of Root Beer

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Taste and Flavor of Root Beer

Root beer has a unique flavor that’s typically described as sweet and herbal with notes of vanilla, molasses, and mint. The exact taste, however, varies between brands or batches.

While most people like root beer, some people trying it for the first time have often reported the taste to be akin to that of mouthwash or medicine. It was marketed as a medicinal drink originally, so maybe they’re onto something. However, root beer generally tastes quite pleasant to most.

Ingredient and Extracts of Root Beer

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Ingredient and Extracts of Root Beer

Apart from the three essential ingredients in root beer, many other flavoring components are often added. The most common of these is sarsaparilla, which is very similar in flavor to sassafras and can even be used as an alternative base ingredient.

Other common additions include vanilla, licorice, ginger, wintergreen, caramel, and aniseed. In addition to flavorings, many modern root beers include thickening agents such as yucca extract or soybean protein to help give the beer its traditional foamy head.

Alcohol in Root Beer

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Alcohol in Root Beer

In Europe, some early brewing companies produced root beer as a “small beer”, which contained an alcohol content of 2 percent or less.

However, root beer made in the US has been alcohol-free in its origins. Today, almost all root beer is alcohol-free, although a few brewers have produced specialized alcoholic root beer.

What Root Beer Float Is

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What Root Beer Float Is

Creatives who wanted to enjoy root beer, but not just root beer, have taken refuge in the popular root beer float. This drink relies on a glass of root beer with a generous scoop of vanilla ice cream on top.

The combination is then consumed through a straw or using a spoon. As the ice cream slowly melts, it combines with the beer, making for a creamy and pleasant dessert drink.

The emergence of sugar-free root beer

Root beers are sugary sodas (there are 47 grams of sugar in a mere 12-ounce can of A&W root beer) that impact your teeth and health. Sugar is bad for the body and oral cavity because it can lead to conditions like type-2 diabetes and erode your teeth. Most people are aware of these hazards.

A study conducted on children and adults in the United States found that the consumption of sugary beverages had declined significantly from 2003 to 2014.

Considering that soda companies don’t want to lose their customers, root beer manufacturers have come up with sugar-free alternatives to their beverages to cater to this ever-increasing trend of health consciousness.

There are plenty of sugar-free root beers in the market, but here are the best ones:

Brief History

IBC, or Independent Breweries Company, was founded in St. Louis, Missouri. It was founded by combining several breweries, including the Gast Brewery in Baden, Griesediecks National Brewery in Columbia, and the Wagner Brewing Company. Unfortunately, IBC could not survive for long. Several factors, such as low profits, many executives, and high overhead costs, forced IBC to go out of business. Thankfully, its main product, the IBC Root Beer, survived through time.

As the name suggests, the IBC Root Beer was owned by IBC when the beverage was brewed for the first time. However, it is currently owned by Keurig Dr. Pepper. The ownership of the root beer brand changed hands when IBC went out of business.

What Does It Taste Like?

Like most popular root beer brands, the IBC Root Beer has a creamy taste. This awesome taste is boosted in your mouth by the presence of a slight vanilla flavor and a pinch of cardamom and nutmeg. The IBC Root Beer is made like all other root beers in the market. It is fermented for at least 12 hours and later rebottled. Root beers have to go through the fermentation process again after the rebottling process is over.

Ingredients

Some of the ingredients used to manufacture IBC Root Beer are cane sugar, carbonated water, sodium benzoate, caramel color, quillaia extract, modified corn starch, artificial and natural flavors, and citric acid. The ingredients are carefully chosen to brew the finest root beer for the customers.

IBC also manufactures a Diet Root Beer for health-conscious customers. As the name suggests, this beverage is beneficial for your health, and the ingredients used to make the diet root beer are different from the ordinary ones. Some of the ingredients used to manufacture IBC Diet Root Beer are carbonated water, sodium benzoate, caramel color, aspartame, citric acid, natural and artificial flavors, sodium saccharin, modified corn starch, and quillaia extract.

Calories

The IBC Root Beer contains 160 calories, whereas the IBC Diet Root Beer contains 0 calories. If you are worried about your health and do not want to add any more weight, you can try the IBC Diet Root Beer. Otherwise, the IBC Root Beer is also a great choice.

What Type Of Beer Is IBC Root Beer?

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Have you tried the IBC Root Beer? If you have, then you should know by now that it is a root beer. Like any other root beer, the IBC Root Beer is also a sweet-tasting caffeine-free beverage. It is made entirely of naturally grown cane sugar, which is the main factor behind the sweet taste and the delicious aroma of the IBC Root Beer.

Banning the use of safrole

The FDA found safrole, a major compound in the sassafras root bark, to potentially contain carcinogens, which led them to ban its use. Companies now manufacture their root beers without this ingredient and use artificial flavors instead.

Root beer origin and history

Root beer originated in North America in the 1840s and was initially marketed as having medicinal properties. Charles Elmes Hires, in 1875, used sassafras to produce and market “root tea” but thought to change the name to “root beer” to appeal to the Pennsylvania coal miners.

Since this root beer was non-alcoholic, it was immediately successful during the time when the United States prohibited the trade and sale of alcoholic beverages. While Hires root beer contained sassafras, his competitor, Barq’s, used sarsaparilla.

Is sugar-free root beer healthy?

Even though root beer companies tout their sugar-free products as all-natural and healthy, especially to attract their health-conscious customers, what they’re missing in their information is the artificial sweeteners that they use, like Sucralose, Acesulfame K (two sweeteners found in Splenda to sweeten A&W’s sugar-free root beer, and Aspartame, are bad for the body.

While sugar-free, these sweeteners are sweet, and the body releases insulin as a result. With excess insulin around, more blood glucose is absorbed by the cells, and the glucose stores in the liver remain there. The result is low blood glucose levels resulting in hypoglycemia. A person normally eats to relieve the symptoms of hypoglycemia. But since extra calories enter the body, you could be prone to developing diabetes. 

A&W sugar-free root beer

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A&W sugar-free root beer is known for its smooth, complex, spicy, and velvety flavor. A&W’s humble start was in 1919, when one of its founders Roy Allen, started selling root beers on a stand in California. Later, Roy partnered with Frank Wright to expand their business and sell franchises. The company uses splenda to sweeten its sugar-free root beer, which is FDA-approved and safe.

Types of Root Beer

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Types of Root Beer

Diet Root Beer

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Diet Root Beer

Available from most big brands and some handcrafted labels, you can enjoy root beer without the sugar and calories. Breweries often make diet root beer options alongside regular offerings, so there’s often no need to search far and wide for a refreshing glass that doesn’t feel heavy on your stomach.

Read reviews as well and feel free to experiment as many diet options might have vastly different flavor profiles than their regular counterparts.

Alcoholic Root Beer

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Alcoholic Root Beer

Putting the “beer” back in “root beer”, hard root beers satisfy the cravings of adults who want some kick to their drinks.

As mentioned, there’s a range of commercially available hard root beers, most of which are sitting at a comfortable 5 percent ABV. Note that because of the higher alcohol content, hard root beers also pack a heavier calorie count.

Root Beer Milk

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Root Beer Milk

If you can mix root beer and ice cream, why not do the same for milk? The answer to that is root beer milk, a fun concoction that does away with the fizz and tastes similar to a root beer float. Root beer milk is also quite stable and is a great way to get kids to drink milk in a novel way.

Root Beer Popsicles

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Root Beer Popsicles

Root beer popsicles are exactly what they sound like — excellent treats for a hot day. Especially popular among kids, root beer popsicles might be your child’s new favorite dessert.

All it takes is root beer, vanilla ice cream, and a popsicle mold. Pour flat root beer (one without the fizz) together with the ice cream, whisk, and pour into the molds. Keep refrigerated until they’re ready for consumption.

Sprecher sugar-free root beer

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Launched by Sprecher Brewing Co., you will instantly fall in love with its creaminess. The Sprecher sugar-free root beer is sweetened with a combination of natural sweeteners: stevia, erythritol, and monk fruit.

What is the healthiest root beer?

Out of all the brands listed above, the healthiest is Virgil’s zero-sugar root beer since it uses natural sweeteners, is preservative-free, is made using filtered water, and uses natural flavors. What’s great is that Virgil’s has a rather small and straightforward ingredient list, and you won’t see any scary ingredients on it. 

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If you are a fan of carbonated beverages and are health-conscious, you could give sugar-free root beers a try. But check the label to make sure that the ingredients used are natural. In addition, a healthy root beer doesn’t mean that it’s giving your body sufficient nutrients. You still need to eat a balanced diet to get all the minerals, vitamins, protein, fats, and carbohydrates that your body needs. 

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Best Root Beer Brands

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Best Root Beer Brands

In the mood for a root beer now? While there are plenty who swear by the path of root beer, there are a select number of brewers who have perfected the drink so well that they’ve ascended to the coveted halls of classic brands.

These traditional, delicious offerings capture root beer’s true essence and keep everything classy.

Sprecher Brewing

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This Milwaukee-based brewery produces many beers as well as sodas, but it’s most famous for its root beer. In fact, Sprecher’s makes more root beer than it does any other beer; its brew was even heralded as the “Best Root Beer” by the New York Times in 2008.

Hires Root Beer

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Hires Root Beer

Hires Root Beer was the original and was named after the root beer entrepreneur himself. It was the second-longest-running soda brand in the United States, beaten out only by Vernon’s Ginger Ale which predates it by ten years.

The company has since been acquired by Dr. Pepper Snapple Group, but its beverages still retained their original flavor until the product was discontinued in 2022.

Virgil’s Root Beer

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Virgil’s Root Beer

Virgil’s root beer is a great option if you’re looking for something all-natural. This handcrafted soda is made without artificial flavors, artificial colors, or any GMO products. Instead, the beverage uses a 15-spice blend that contains anise, nutmeg, licorice, cinnamon, and cloves.

There’s also a zero-sugar, zero-calorie root beer on offer, something that’s often hard to find in the handcrafted, small-batch market.

Frostie Root Beer

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Frostie Root Beer

Frostie Root Beer entered the market in 1939, but today, it still retains its classic, simple flavor. The beverage is sweetened using cane sugar, as opposed to more modern, cheaper, and more popular alternatives. This choice of sweetener lends the drink its unique taste.

While it can be a little difficult to find a Frostie in the wild, plenty of original-recipe, glass-bottled beers are available online.

Boylan Root Beer

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Boylan Root Beer

The Boylan Bottling Company was founded in 1891 and specialized in brewing birch beer, but it’s well-known today for making handcrafted soda. Boylan’s root beer boasts a rich and unique flavor derived from cinnamon, sweet birch, vanilla, and wintergreen oil.

The result is an earthy and woody root beer that’s utterly refreshing in its own right. While this drink has a slightly higher price point thanks to its choice of using cane sugar as a sweetener, Boylan’s root beer is overall a better-tasting beverage compared to many others.

Henry Weinhard’s

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Another gourmet option that also uses cane sugar is the root beer from Henry Weinhard’s. As a slice of history, the brewery came about during the Prohibition era, effectively keeping drinkers out of trouble by offering a suitable, alcohol-free alternative.

This root beer is masterfully made with sassafras, vanilla, and honey, resulting in a sweet and simple blend that appeals to all types of palates. Today, the drink is still sold in traditional glass bottles.

Red Arrow Root Beer

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Red Arrow Root Beer

A truly patriotic soda, Red Arrow gets its name from the Red Arrow 32nd Infantry Division of National Guardsmen who fought bravely for the country in both World Wars.

Sioux City Root Beer

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Sioux City Root Beer

A product of White Rock Beverages, Sioux City Root Beer was one of the first upmarket sodas to hit the market. These “saloon-style”, cane sugar soft drinks come in stout glass bottles and feature old-fashioned cowboy designs to match.

One of Sioux City’s other signature sodas, the Sarsaparilla, even makes a brief cameo in the film The Big Lebowski.

Dang Butterscotch Root Beer

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Dang Butterscotch Root Beer

This unique root beer gets its name from customer reactions. The brewery, Imperial Flavors, proudly touts the beverage as something that’ll make you say, “Dang! That’s good!”.

In particular, the brewery’s butterscotch root beer offering is the real highlight of the product line. It’s a sweet, creamy blend that’s just a tad bit salty and is perfect if you’re not a fan of herby or minty root beers.

Barq’s zero-sugar root beer

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With a sharp after-taste, a black licorice flavor, and great carbonation, Barq’s is liked by many. Although its traditional root beer has caffeine, this version is caffeine free. Barq’s uses two artificial sweeteners for its zero-sugar root beer, aspartame, and acesulfame potassium.

Price

The cost of IBC Root Beer depends on several factors. The size of the package is an important factor that determines the price. For example, a pack of 6 bottles of 12 oz will cost around $18.49. At the same time, a pack of 4 bottles, each of 12 oz, will cost around $14.98.

The price may also vary from one seller to another. So, if you want to buy IBC Root Beer, you may have to check for the best prices available in your town or online.

How to Make a Homemade Root Beer

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Recipes and Tips: How to Make a Homemade Root Beer

One of the advantages of root beer is that you can make it at home. All it takes is a creative spirit that thrives with experimentation, the necessary ingredients, and the desire to brew your very own glass. As a plus, root beer also lends itself to a wide variety of twists, so you’re in for a refreshing experience.

How to Make a Root Beer Float

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How to Make a Root Beer Float

For those warmer days or if you’re just feeling a little fancier than usual, go for a root beer float instead of the usual glass.

Root beer float is a refreshing combination of the beverage and ice cream on top, making it a perfect drink for when you’re with friends or at the beach. It’s also quite simple to make, so there’s no need to don your lab coat. Simply grab your favorite root beer and some ice cream.

  • Prepare your root beer (either brewed at home or one you bought outside) and some vanilla ice cream
  • Get one or two scoops of ice cream into a tall glass
  • Slowly pour the root beer into the glass, making sure to stop and start periodically if the foam rises too high
  • Grab a straw or spoon and enjoy the treat.

While vanilla ice cream is the typical accompaniment to root beer, feel free to experiment with other flavors. Great options include butterscotch, cherry, or chocolate. For an even better experience, try combining different ice cream flavors and see which ones you like together.

How to Make Alcoholic Root Beer

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How to Make Alcoholic Root Beer

  • Bring water to a boil and add your choice of spices, such as licorice, vanilla, and wintergreen
  • Add dry malt extract, sugar, and the hops you’d like to use
  • Once the batch has been boiling for at least 10 minutes, throw in the yeast nutrient
  • Cool the solution (wort) and pour it into a fermenter before adding yeast on top
  • Mix molasses and water and partition the mixture among the bottles
  • Pour the wort into the bottles, making sure to leave enough space on top for the foam
  • Let the beer ferment for at least two more weeks before refrigerating the bottles.

After this complex procedure, you now have a refreshing serving of hard root beer, one that you can proudly say you’ve brewed yourself. Understandably, brewing root beer seems daunting.

If you’d rather not go through the hassle, shop around for commercially available hard root beers, especially since these drinks are also great mixers for whisky and other liquors.

How to Make DIY Root Beer at Home

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How to Make DIY Root Beer at Home

What makes root beer virtually non-alcoholic is that the wort isn’t allowed to ferment for long.

If you’re interested in making root beer at home, the process is roughly similar to that of hard root beers, but there are key differences (such as the time it takes before the beers are refrigerated). For this, you’d need root beer extract, sugar, and beer yeast.

  • Mix water and sugar together in a saucepan and stir until boiling
  • Reduce heat and allow the mixture to simmer while stirring to ensure that the sugar is completely dissolved
  • Add the root beer extract and beer yeast and mix well
  • Pour the mixture into a bottle or jug and store at room temperature for a full day
  • Check the beer for appropriate carbonation. If you’d like a fizzier drink, let the beer ferment for a couple more hours
  • Once you’re happy with the carbonation level, immediately refrigerate the bottles to prevent further fermentation.

There are plenty of opportunities for creativity with this root beer recipe. For one, you can also make your own spice mix instead of purchasing extract. This might require more experimentation, but it’s a fun process that’ll count as extra DIY.

IBC diet root beer

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IBC, owned by Keurig Dr Pepper, has been around since 1919, offering great products. Its diet root beer has zero calories, no sugar, and is caffeine-free. Instead of sugar, it uses artificial sweeteners like aspartame and saccharin.

How is root beer made?

Root beer is sometimes made using fermentation, where yeast is added to a heated mixture of sassafras, wintergreen, and other ingredients. However, the yeast doesn’t produce enough ethanol because its environment is not ideal.

Plus, carbonation, as a result of carbon dioxide that the yeast produces during the process, is a toxin for the yeast and hence limits the amount of alcohol to about 0.5% ABV. These are called small beers. Sometimes, yeast is not used, and the carbonation comes from cold carbonated water.

Hard root beers have more alcohol content, and the first brewery to make them was Sprecher Brewing Co. Their ABV ranges from 5% to 20%.

Is It Healthy?

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If you drink too much alcohol, it can never be good for your health. Drinking too much alcohol may lead to several health problems. Some of these include high blood pressure, digestive problems, and liver disease. Too much alcohol may also cause stroke and heart disease. Sometimes, it may also cause cancer in your liver, rectum, colon, throat, and mouth.

However, if you do not have much alcohol, it is not bad for your health. Ordinary alcoholic beers contain a moderate amount of alcohol ranging from 4% to 8%. But you may have as many root beers as you want because these are usually alcohol-free. Nonetheless, it is better to keep an eye on the amount of root beer you have. This is because it contains calories that may make you gain weight. Thankfully IBC Diet Root Beer is a better choice for all health-conscious people.

Virgil’s zero-sugar root beer

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Virgil’s zero-sugar root beer contains a blend of spices and roots. It is rich, complex, smooth, and creamy, making it a delicious beverage to try and will appeal to everyone who is conscious about their health. To sweeten this beverage, Virgil uses stevia and erythritol as sweeteners for its beverage. 

Conclusion

Beers are famous alcoholic drinks. Many people love to have a cold can of beer on a hot day. Some also like to refresh themselves with a can of cold beer. Unfortunately, there are many who do not love alcohol. If you are also one of them, you may try the IBC Root Beer. It does not have alcohol and is like any ordinary soft drink.

IBC also manufactures the IBC Diet Root Beer. It does not have any calories and is good for health-conscious people. If you do not like to gain weight and look wonderful all the time, you may try this root beer. It is manufactured with natural ingredients and is available at stores and also online.

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