GuybrushWilco wrote: »
Rootbeer floats are great I just wonder how anyone ever got the idea to put ice cream in root beer.
Pale Man wrote: »
Everyone knows it's all about the A&W.
David E wrote: »
Darth Marsden wrote: »
The thing that irritates me most is how tricky it is for me to track down where I live. In Asda they have 6-pack cans, and in Sainsbury's they have 2-litre bottles, but neither of those stores are particularly close to me, meaning that I can only get it as a 'treat'.
Still bloody lovely though.
IronCladChicken wrote: »
Also Waitrose sell Bunderburg root beer... Otherwise I find the best selection is found in Chinatown.
Iron Curtain wrote: »
Chinatown, New York?
Edit: Obviously not Chinatown, NY. A Chinatown somewhere in the UK.
Sausy Gibbon wrote: »
And we have soda floats but we call them spiders.
l0rddavid wrote: »
Wait, you don't have rootbeer in other countries? That's a shame. I'm drinking it right now; it's marvelous. I've always dreamed of moving to England, but if there's no rootbeer...
JohanShogun wrote: »
I've never had root beer, but I've heard the Swedish drink Julmust is supposed to resemble it as it is also an non alcoholic beer type of drink. Commonly drunk around Christmas and Easter as the name implies. Damn near impossible to find other times of year to my personal dismay as I love the drink.
Anyway, some american will have to go to an IKEA store with a food department and tell me if it really does taste like root beer or not sometime Either way it's an awesome drink in itself
Rawr wrote: »
I have to admit... Mixing a Soda drink with Icecream.... What?
Pale Man wrote: »
Do other countries eat corn dogs? I know that the USA is responsible for those.
S@bre wrote: »
In any case, you Americans still have a way to catch up with Scotland with unhealthy foods. The land where I've seen people deep fry a toffee apple and then put sugar on it (as if to counteract the alleged vitamins in the apple if they had survived that long).
fajerkaos wrote: »
Nope, Root Beer tastes very different to jumust
I found it tastes quite simillar to these: