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A couple years back, I did a thread mentioning how Coca-Cola and Pepsi have taken different approaches with their logos (Coca-Cola staying the course with their traditional looks, and Pepsi refreshing its logo often to be innovative), but what about the other soft drink brands that we haven't heard of, or may have, depending on where you're from? Let's look at them here....

 

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Above is the logo for Double Cola. It looks okay, but looking further back...

 

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Their classic logo kinda ripped off MasterCard's.

 

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Another fave soda company of mine, Jones Soda (based in Seattle), has pictures of various things on their bottles. They also were the official soft drink of the Seattle Seahawks in the late 2000s decade.

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Dog'n'Suds root beer is outstanding, but nothing compares to their coney dog.  My god, if I could go back in time and get their recipe.  Every effort I've made to replicate it falls short.

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Fitz's from St. Louis  is the best rootbeer I've ever had. I also really like black cow,  its different from any other rootbeer I've ever had and like it just as much as Fitz's in its own way, and the label is neat in a cheap, homemade-looking way.

 

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SKI has some cool retro bottles and I love it but it's hard to find in my part of Illinois.

 

 

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A New Jersey favorite, C&C Cola:

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Unfortunately, it looks the logo of a store-brand cola, IMO. They once had a pretty-good looking logo:

 

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This 1960s era can has the 'Cola' looking like the Coca-Cola script.

 

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A local favorite of mine in the PNW, Henry Weinhard's (they are primarily known as a brewery, but they do have a gourmet soda division). :D

 

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I just moved to North Carolina recently, and when I did I learned that Cheerwine is a HUGE local thing here.

 

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I think the first two cans are fauxbacks, the third was used in the '90s, and the last one is what they use today.

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Very local favorite here, I grew up on this stuff....

 

The glass bottles were returnable so they didn't have the kind of soda printed on them, but they had them all categorized at the store in the front of the actual bottling plant in St. Francis. For the longest time that's the only place you could get it, though they supplied soda for many local bars, restaurants, and community events as well. 

 

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On 11/3/2017 at 6:38 PM, johnnysama said:

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This RC Cola logo from the early 1990s is my fave. :D

 

This is how I remember RC.

 

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On 11/4/2017 at 10:12 PM, SFGiants58 said:

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Has anybody here ever tried Cel-Ray? I'm curious about its taste.

 

I've never had Cel-Ray.  The cream soda is really good.

 

The Pride of the Lehigh Valley.  It always seemed to be the soda of choice at fraternity cocktail parties in the 80s because the beer and liquor distributors would deliver it.

 

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On 11/4/2017 at 9:50 PM, ChicagoOakland said:

I just moved to North Carolina recently, and when I did I learned that Cheerwine is a HUGE local thing here.

 

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I think the first two cans are fauxbacks, the third was used in the '90s, and the last one is what they use today.

That 90s can is my childhood. I grew up in Florida, but every summer, we would vacation in North Carolina or at least make our way through there. Cheerwine and Sun Drop... oh man.

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