Food of the Seventies, Frostie Rootbeer

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Frostie rootbeer in brown bottles.For those of you interested you can still purchase it in a 4-pack for .99 at Hometown Favorites.com
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Becky - March 06, 2010 - Report this comment
Everytime we went on vacation, the first place that my dad would stop at the end of our three hour drive was the Uptown Bar in Mauston, Wisconsin. The first thing my brother and I would get is a Frostie Rootbeer and a Kit Kat. Since we couldn't get Frostie around here, Dad would always buy some to take back with us. Nothing beat the taste of an ice-cold, creamy Frostie Rootbeer, and even though you can still get it today, it tastes like they may have changed the formula. If that's the case, shame on them. It was perfect the way it was.
Paul - March 19, 2010 - Report this comment
Frostie Root Beer is still being bottled and sold at the original Dr Pepper bottling operation in Dublin, TX.
Rob Lambert - November 13, 2017 - Report this comment
Frostie Root Beer was originally by Seven-Up from about 1968 into the 1970s. Bottle label has an old man with an icy hat and beard. Don't think it was canned.

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