Yes, ‘pop’ is what I grew up calling it, despite being a California native. Must be from my mom’s Minnesota roots.
Anyway, I have to say that I have never really been a big fan of fizzy water with corn syrup. However, I will admit to liking Vernor’s. I never knew why, till I followed the link provided over at Cinerati. It’s the oak aging. Now that is something I am a big fan of.
But I wonder, regarding Faygo Original Rock and Rye, why does the list of ingredients not include rye? That’s something else I am a big fan of, especially when combined with ample hops.
Oh, my. When is the next flight to Anchorage, so I can have rye and oak all in one???
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