Ramblin' Root Beer

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Ramblin' Root Beer

Ramblin' Root Beer is a root beer formerly made by The Coca-Cola Company.[1][2] 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 Blink182 thanked ramblin root beer for the making of the album “Cheshire Cat”.

As of 2015, Ramblin root beer is again available for sale, distributed by the Orca Beverage Company of Mukilteo, Washington


  1. ^ 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.
  2. ^ [1]"The opinions ramble on new root beer taste," The Deseret News, 17 Oct 1979, Section F, Page 1. Retrieved 31 Oct 2013.