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  • #16
    I remember when Vernor's was in the yellow can.
    banned

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    • #17
      I think it is unfair to call Vernors "Ginger Ale". Vernors is Vernors. It is beyond and above the "Ginger Ale" classification.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by parker394 View Post
        I love Vernors, Reminds me of my childhood.
        I saw a "By special request" sign by a few cases of Vernors Ale today at Publix. I guess some people do want it.

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        • #19
          I was drinking a bottle of Vernor's just a few minutes ago, yes, I like it, and I noticed that there was a notation on the bottls: "Barrel aged 3 years." What part of the formula is aged 3 years. Surely not the whole mixture, it'd go flat long before 3 years past. What is aged, the syrup? The flavorings? I'm curious.

          Steve

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          • #20
            Vernor's is unique

            I agree with the others... Vernor's is a unique and interesting soda. It's got far more bite and characters than most ginger ales. It's more in line with a ginger beer, but not quite there. I can't drink it all the time, but I get a bottle or two a year and prefer it over most any other ginger ales.

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            • #21
              Vernors is Ginger Beer NOT Ginger Ale ! I sell both. They are NOT even suppossed to be close in taste. They are both made with ginger root.

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