Comparison of the ten ounce bottle (left) and the twelve ounce bottle (right)
|Type||Flavored soft drink|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Related products||Sun Drop, Squirt, Vault, Mountain Dew, Mello Yello, Surge|
The Double Cola Company of Chattanooga, Tennessee originally got the formulated Ski from Byron Clarson in 1956 who owned a Double Cola-related bottling company in Richland Center, Wisconsin. and trademarked the soda in 1958.
In 1999, the Ski can and logo was redesigned with the phrase "Taste the Wake."
In 2009, the Ski can and logo were redesigned, an online vote was posted on the official Ski website to vote on a selected logo. Along with the redesigned cans, Cherry Ski was re-branded as "Ski InfraRED".
In 2009 the selected can design hits markets with the phrase "Real Lemon, Real Orange, Real Good!"
Ski is bottled in several bottling facilities across the United States. Ski is distributed in Alabama, Alaska, California, Georgia, Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky, Missouri, North Carolina, Ohio, Tennessee, Utah, Virginia, and West Virginia.
In popular culture
- Ski is mentioned in the song "Dumas Walker" by The Kentucky Headhunters.
- Ski is mentioned in the song "Life's a Party" by Logan Mize, which was released in early 2017.
- A sign promoting Ski can be seen on the door of the Whistlestop Cafe in the movie Fried Green Tomatoes.