Answer: I have never heard of that drink, but, as of this date, there is a "Get Up" soda bottle for sale on eBay. Answer: I've seen soda bottles for Earl's; from Earl's Pop & Coffee Co., Knox, PA. Perhaps one of my readers can chime in, in the comments section. Jan 18, 2015 - Explore Jason Parkinson's board "Soft Drink 70s - 80s" on Pinterest. However, I have seen a picture of a somewhat clear aqua-colored bottle from 1888, or so, of a John Scheu soda product (the glass shape is typical of those from that era). A set of signs promoting Burma-Shave , on U. What soft drinks were popular in the late sixties? From Danish Rings and Swanson TV dinners to Nintendo Cereal and Hubba Bubba Gum, revisit these childhood classics. Golden Age beverages were made in the 1950s and 1960s; glass bottles and steel metal cans. The business closed in 1966. I've seen photos of vintage bottles that were clear glass with red and white labels. For more information, visit buffalorock.com. The Calandra Bros. had a locally-owned and operated bottling company in Fresno, California that began in 1909. I can't tell you the manufacturing location or sales dates, but the artificially-colored product was preserved with benzoic acid, ascorbic acid, and stannous chloride (yikes, sounds scary!). I recently found an unopened 12oz, peel top can. The plant was at Lafayette Avenue in New Rochelle. Julie was the first Catwoman to TV's Batman. Global revenue of the leading food packaging firms 2018. TIMELINE 10 January 1971 - Members of the Irish Republican Army (IRA) carried out an early form of 'punishment attack' by tarring and feathering four men who were accused of criminal activities in, Julie Newmar was Catgirl. I have a vague memory of a soda called ROCKY'S from western NY. I've found various types of "UP" soda logos, but not any for "Derby Up," nor can I find any documentation. We don't want to rely on ads to bring you the best of visual culture. Tab. Question: Can I still find the O-So pop brand? 33. Limca, GoldSpot and Parle Soda - sponsors of Sunday rendezvous on NTA Ch5; lol Re: Popular Brands From The Late 70's, 80's And Early 90's by olu4life ( m ): 7:01pm On Feb 24 , 2013 I so love TANDI,was my favourite drink then. Answer: 4% was a grapefruit-lemon-lime soda produced in the mid-1940s by John Scheu & Son Bottler in Detroit, Michigan. However, the brand's contracted bottling facilities may have also produced and shipped sodas for other companies. The fizzy stuff now called “liquid candy" actually has a very long history. Early marketing slogans for Pepsi include “Twice As Much For a Nickel” (1940s), “The Light Refreshment” (1950s), “Taste That Beats the Others Cold” (mid 1960s) and “You’ve Got a Lot to Live” (early 1970s). The trademark was filed in 1969 and "officially" registered in 1971. Question: Have you ever heard of Chocolate Crush put out by Crush? The bottles are green with gold labels that have the name, and say "A True Fruit Pineapple Drink." Answer: I've seen pictures of carbonated drinks in typical soda cans called "Derby Cola," as well as marketing props (for CocaCola) for the Kentucky Derby that have logos printed on pop bottles. Soda fountain drinks with fruit juice, phosphoric acid, and carbonated water became very popular, and by the early 1920s, most drugstores featured soda fountains. As with many small bottlers, further information may be available through the area's historical society. Brands of the World Founded: 1960. Question: Was there a soda in the sixties called Veep? Answer: I've seen several pictures of old 12 oz. The company said it is cutting a number of "underperforming" brands so that it can focus on innovation and growth Tab was released in 1963 and was Coca-Cola's first diet soda It was popular in the '70s and '80s but sales later fell due to increased competition The bottle says "Quality Beverage" and "Coca Cola Bottling Works of Cincinnati, Ohio." Answer: To the best of my knowledge, Hires Root Beer, created by Philadelphia pharmacist Charles E. Hires, was the only brand of soft drink in the original company. The little information I have on this brand is that some are seven-ounce and some are quart-sized bottles of White Rock Beverages from New York; they stem from the 1870s using natural spring waters. Question: There was a soda my grandmother used to like in the late 1950s. Good Luck! Have you heard of it? Buy your Mexican and Latin American food brands by alphabetical order. I also saw a photo of a "Click" can sporting three people, snow-topped letters in strong block font, and the words in script: "Real Fresh and Delicious Root Beer." You can find some company history at its current location site of http://cccola.com/. Dr. Pepper-aholics. Question: Was there a green lime soda from Cotton Club? The bankruptcy was the result of excessive debt, music piracy and iTunes. date of manufacture or distribution. Once upon a time it was just a glass bottle or a can with pop-top. Quick buy. 5506 c1.staticflickr.com. Nehi is Radar O'Reilly's favorite! I'm thinking of you" - Pablo Iglesias Maurer, Gorgeous photographs of Blondie's lead singer by Brian Arts. In addition to cereals, sodas and chips are among the most ripped-off products in the world, which is why we saved them for last. parent company and/or where it was made, that would be helpful. Don't wait too long, the listing is good for the next three days (at least). While not completely discontinued, no list of nostalgic drinks is complete without Tab. The company does not list "Chocolate Crush" in its product menu or history. The lemon-lime flavoring of Veep was much like Sprite, which the product later became. Question: Did you ever hear of a soda pop called Derby Up? Question: Have you, the author of this article, ever heard of Kula Waii by Canada Dry? Sorry I couldn't be of more help. Thanks Teri-- Sorry, the mention of Moxie was an unintentional red herring. I will do some searching, though, and if I am able to find anything from the late 60s, I'll post it here. The concept reminds me of the small wax bottles with flavored liquid in them, but of course, you could not chew the Spook bottles. Answer: As I have noted previously on this page, I have never heard of that drink, but what I've learned about "Get Up" is that it was a non-alcoholic beverage lemon soda, first released in 1934 and trademarked in February 1935 by its parent company Golden Age Ginger Ale of Youngstown, Ohio. cans and bottles ... the bottles had corked-lined metal caps, as was common in the 1950s. Soda Yesteryear: People & Their Soft Drinks (1960s-70s) Once upon a time it was just a glass bottle or a can with pop-top. Yoo-hoo is still out there (produced by the Dr Pepper-Snapple group); from what I understand, the flavor is similar but different, if you know the original Chocolate Soldier taste. a complete family business that began in 1924 -- sweet history! 10. What information is there about a DANA soda? Crush did at one time have a chocolate flavor, Do they still make a ginger ale that wasin a clear 6 oz bottle remember drinking it when I was 10 last time I bought any I was 16 I lived in the south I'm 68 now. Soda fountains were popular in dime and drugstores, ice cream parlors, department stores and train stations. Towne Club. OK Soda (1993 – 1994) The Coca-Cola Company basically spent the ’90s desperately pandering to Generations X and Y. 70s soda brands. Teri Silver is a journalist, commercial copywriter, editor, broadcast anchor, and Public Relations Specialist. In the 13th century, fruits, herbs, flowers and vegetation (such as dandelions) were used to ferment and flavor carbonated waters. Talk with a research librarian to get you started. The Super Coola line also produced various flavors such as black cherry, root beer, and orange soda -- some were sold in cans with a "cone" that sprouted from the top; it was about 4 inches tall. Question: Hello, there was a chocolate drink from when I was a child in the 1960s, can you remember the name? Question: Was there a soda in the Denver area in the 50's and/or 60's by the name of Pepso, or something similar? Our memory banks are filled with the tastes, smells and packaging of snacks, quick meals, cereals and drinks of decades gone by. There is an OK manifesto, and on each can one of the ten statements from the manifesto was printed around it. You can still buy some CC flavors but they're made by a company that bought out Cotton Club, about 20 years ago. Love is… never having to say you’re thirsty. Top 10 Most Popular Soda Brands, Ranked from Worst to Best Bring out the bubbly! Grass Soda-$2.79. One of the slogans for Veep was "Great thirst fixer, wonderful mixer.". The story is kind of strange. It was unique in that you would go right to the company to buy the pop. We love producing flashbak. There was also a product called PDQ that turned milk into chocolate -- it was popular in the 1960s and 1970s. Answer: No, I haven't but it was fun to do a search of my resources and see so many cool pictures of old bottles-- unfortunately, not of Giant. One of the slogans for Veep was "Great thirst fixer, wonderful mixer.". From the mid-’80s all the way through mid-2000s, soda brands began experimenting with adding flavors to their base colas, with varying degrees of success. Hi-C. Fanta (1960) Sprite (1961) TaB (1963) Fresca (1966) They were made from steel (not aluminum) and had the pull top opening. The oldest of the group—stubby blue vessels known as "blob tops"—debuted in the 1840s and were originally capped with porcelain corks encased in wire. See more ideas about soda pop, soft drinks, my childhood memories. Some of my personal favorite flavors are Grape, Rock ‘n’ Rye, and Peach. (I cannot verify its original authenticity). It was available in cans and bottles. Teri Silver (author) from The Buckeye State on August 25, 2016: Hello, probyn, thank you for reading this piece. To the best of my knowledge, the soft drink was only sold in bottles during the 1940s. Cocoa-Marsh was a milk additive along the lines of Bosco. Question: Do you have any information on a soft drink Called Get Up? Question: Any info on Golden Age Strawberry Soda? Question: Any chance Rondo will be coming back? Quick buy. ‘I cannot believe, today, that the world almost ignored those people and what was happening. Flying Cauldron Butterscotch Beer - Harry Potter Themed-$2.49. It was sold in Cincinnati, Ohio, in the 1950s. Coca-Cola and Pepsi are among the two most popular soda brands in the world and they have dozens - if not hundreds - of knockoffs such as … Full details. Question: I am looking for Clander's strawberry pop from the Fresno area. Answer: I've seen photos and descriptions of this bottle; clear glass with a large print font letter for each white diamond; D A N A. After the Hires company was sold by the family in 1960, it underwent a number of ownership changes. Question: Back in the '50s or '60s in the New York area, I remember a cola called Giant. Question: Where was Perry's Pale Dry Ginger Ale made? The manufacturer calls it a "unique and incomparable flavor.". Branding colors in a paisley-like pattern were burnt-sienna orange and a mustard yellow. I cannot find information about this and do not think it was sold in cans until the 1960s. Apparently, it is a concocted alcoholic drink. Appreciated! Towne Club started up in the 1960s. During the late 1930s and throughout the 1940s and 1950s, many stores that with soda fountains installed snack and lunch counters to sell sandwiches, ice cream treats and chocolate phosphates. We love our fizzy sugary beverages. You might try contacting Colorado's historical society or local bottling company histories in the Denver area; the library is a good place to start. Buffalo Wing Soda-$2.49. Phosphate soda was introduced in the United States in the late 19th century. Had a pineapple on the label along with other tropical fruits.This was in New York. But I did a search on eBay and found a vintage six-pack of green 7-ounce bottle soda called White Rock Kula Waii soda. I hope it's what you're looking for! Question: Would you know if Dr Pepper was ever sold in cans in the 1940s, even as a trial run? The product, which was dubbed, "The new sound of cola" consisted of three cola-based flavors: black cherry vanilla, strawberries and cream, and caramel cream. Jun 25, 2018. Answer: Spook was a drink similar to Kool-Aid; it came in small translucent bottles in the shape of ghosts and available in various flavors. The can was green, yellow and white. I enjoy a cold soft drink as much as anyone, but c’mon. Dirt Soda-$2.79. I'm a Cleveland girl, where my dad owned a vending company in the 1960s and 70s. These bottles have popped up in gourmet stores and soda shops all across the country. Quick buy. Full details. Teri Silver (author) from The Buckeye State on September 26, 2018: I've seen advertisements for Chocolate Crush but have not been able to find information or a timeline for it. After it's 8 week period run, that it was discontinued again in the United States. No one has ever come close to topping the power of the Dew. Local bottling companies would come and go, but perhaps historians in New York can dig up some more information. New York had a number of bottlers in the 1950s/1960s; perhaps the historical society can help with your search. The metal caps on these seven-ounce bottles say White Rock Pineapple and there is a photo of a pineapple on the label. Question: What is the origin of a product called "4%"? You can also support us by signing up to our Mailing List. From the 1960s and distributed by the Click Beverage Company in Conshohocken, PA, the Click Root Beer can was the standard 12-ounce size. Question: In the late 1980s, a carbonated drink by the name of Sarasoda was available. While today we drink from giant buckets of carbonated high-fructose corn syrup, once upon a time it … Several variations were made, including a number of fruit-flavored, root beer, and ginger ale versions. It was bottled sometime in the 1950s. A New York library may have documents archived (probably on microfiche if they haven't transferred them) which could yield to an advertisement (especially in one or more of NYC's daily newspapers). Answer: Hires has a limited distribution in the United States, as its bottler now focuses on other brands like A & W Root Beer. It was made in Conshohocken, Pennsylvania. You might try contacting the folks at daytonhistory.org; perhaps they can get you started. Teri Silver (author) from The Buckeye State on October 17, 2017: Hi, Jesse, thank you and I'm sorry; I have no information on this. I'm having no luck finding any info about it.