The soda with the same name as the company was released in shops for the first time in 1906 and became a big seller. In 1911 A.B Pomril started the brand Citronil, but a workers blockade after the company hired strike breakers brought that brand to an end. During World War I the A.B Pomril company and its brand by Apotekarnes. Apotekarnes kept Pomril in its own brand until 1965. And it wasn't until 1997 that the soda again started to be sold and produced again, this time by Vasa Bryggeri.
- Kenneth Ahlborn & Urban Nilmander: Försvinnande god – En svensk läskhistoria (Stockholm 2001)
- Edward Blom: "Survatten, Pommac, jäst Sockerdricka och Sveriges första Cola" i Företagsminnen nummer 4 2004 Archived February 24, 2014, at the Wayback Machine
- Pomril som registrerat varumärke hos Vasa Bryggeri (Dryckesbolaget Gustav Vasa AB)