Our old-fashioned root beer will take you back to those lazy summer days of family barbeques, picnics in the park and the best root beer float you've ever had. Can you taste it? Can you remember? Your taste buds will beg you for every drop of Crater Lake Soda Root beer; your ice cream will thank you. And once you're all grown up again, server our truly gourmet root beer at all your special occasions.
Sometimes it’s nice to try something new and different, outside your normal routine. We get that, and that’s why we created our Vanilla Cream. This subtle, sweet treat is so good you’ll be hiding them in the veggie drawer.
As one of the first spices exported from the Orient centuries ago, Ginger has had plenty of time to work its way into beverages around the globe. We’re especially happy with our unique take on a Ginger Beer – one with just enough ginger to get the full-bodied flavor of the spice, but leveled-out with a sweet citrus back-end that creates a refreshing, smooth, and extremely easy-drinking ginger soda.
There are a lot of “orange sodas” out there, but none quite like the one we make. Crater Lake Soda’s Orange Cream is rich and flavorful without over-powering your taste buds. Smooth and true to the nostalgic taste of an orange creamsicle treat, except our Orange Cream won’t melt all over your hands. We also suggest adding premium ice cream to our Orange Cream soda for a simple yet sophisticated treat you can enjoy all year round.
In a world that seems to just keep pushing harder and faster, you need to do all you can to slow it down a bit – and it’s for this reason that we crafted our Apple Ginger soda. The ever-so-slight “slow burn” of ginger combined with the crisp sweetness of the Pacific Northwest’s freshest apples creates a flavor that takes the edge off, and puts a smile on. Oh, and for you food lovers – the proven pairing of ginger with a variety of meats and vegetables makes our Apple Ginger soda an excellent companion at the table as well.
Well, that made you thirsty :-) Feeling like a cold one right now?