Henry Weinhard's Root Beer

1st review: Henry Weinhard was a German brewer who immigrated to the U.S in 1851. Before he created his own root beer, he worked in several beer businesses before he made his own business. After a few different partnerships, he bought out his last partner for his share of the brewery in northwest Portland. He continued to expand and created the Liberty Brewery. By 1890 his business became the biggest brewery in the U.S. The ingredients are carbonated water, high fructose corn syrup, caramel color, vanilla extract, natural flavors, phosphoric acid, sodium benzoate, honey essence, and acacia sassafras extract. Here's my face after reading the ingredients:

The reason there is Henry Weinhard's root beer is because during the Prohibition era in the 1920's, he wanted to keep his business, and so he made a draft root beer instead of beer.

What I think about the root beer: I don't really like Henry Weinhard's root beer because It has a lot of foam in it. I think the root beer itself if OK, I don't like the foam. Overall, Henry Weinhard's root beer gets:

NOTICE: I don't really like root beer that has a lot of foam in it. If you see a review of a root beer you love but I hate because it has foam in it, well, that's my opinion. Henry Weinhard's root beer does warn you that it is a draft at the top, but at that time, I didn't know what "Draft" meant.


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