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Barrelhead Root Beer

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Barrelhead Root Beer

Barrelhead Root Beer was a brand of root beer that used to be manufactured by Dr Pepper Snapple Group.

It was marketed as "draft style" root beer. One of their marketing points was the flavor, which was said to be strong enough to stand up to a mug full of ice without becoming watered-down. The "jingle" on their radio commercials was, "For old fashioned flavor, take our advice, drink Barrelhead root beer, and don't spare the ice, 'cause it's real draft style root beer, with real draft style foam, 'cause Barrelhead has, Barrelhead has, brought homestyle root beer home!"

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