Wild Bill’s Root Beer Review
We did a Wild Bill’s Root Beer Review, but it turns out that this is not the only Wild Bill’s Root Beer. This is the Northwoods Soda & Syrup Company Wild Bill’s Root Beer. Don’t mix this up with the Rocky Mountain Wild Bill’s Root Beer.
Try Northwoods Wild Bill’s Root Beer (Pack of 24)here if you can’t find it locally.
The rest of this post will be in reference to the Northwoods Wild Bill’s Root Beer Review
Wild Bill’s Root Beer has a nice amber color to it. It isn’t dark like a lot of root beers, but it isn’t watered down either. When poured into a frosted mug, there is decent head. The bubbles are fairly large, and the foamy head is a darker shade than most, which is interesting. The flavor of Wild Bill’s Root Beer is very caramel, with a slight spicy bite. It is pretty heavily carbonated, which adds to the bite a bit. It smells good and has a lingering caramel aftertaste.
Overall, Wild Bill’s Root Beer is pretty good, but it lacks that something special to call it an outstanding root beer.
We gave the Wild Bill’s Root Beer Review a score of 3.75 out of 5 for a pleasantly caramel flavor.
Wild Bill’s Root Beer Ingredients: Carbonated Water, Pure Granulated Sugar, Natural and Artificial Flavor, Citric Acid, Caramel Color & Sodium Benzoate to preserve quality.
Wild Bill’s Root Beer is made by the Northwoods Soda & Syrup Company in Williamsburg, MI.
There are many slogans on the packaging for Wild Bill’s Root Beer. I guess they couldn’t decide on one, so there are many.
Sit back and savor a rare experience. Celebrate Friendship. Release the fizz. Embrace something special. Watch a sunset. Laugh with those you love. Drink it in.
None of these slogans have much to do with root beer, but hey, they’ve got to put something on the packaging, right?
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