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  • Like the root beer, this grape drink is definitely not cheap, and that's why I only purchase this product on an occasional basis and only when on sale
  • Stewart's Grape Soda is the best I know of on the market today

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      In the early 1920’s, an Ohio educator named Frank Stewart began brewing beverages of various kinds. His goal was to be the best in the world. His root beer soda is just wonderful, and so is Stewart’s Grape

      Soda.

      Like the root beer, this grape drink is definitely not cheap, and that’s why I only purchase this product on an occasional basis and only when on sale. Where I live, four bottles is a whopping $3.00 on sale. Each twelve-ounce bottle is 190 calories of rich tasting grape.

      Stewart’s Grape Soda is made from quality Concord grapes, and that shows in the taste. There’s no denying the strength of this soda. There’s nothing weak or watered ...


      • Stewart's Grape Soda
      down about it at all. It’s a fun drink for those who love grape deeply, of which I am one.

      This satisfying beverage is brewed in small batches with the original recipe, which reportedly is why it’s still so good.

      Stewart’s Grape Soda is the best I know of on the market today.

      Stewart’s Grape Soda even comes in a purple-colored carton. It’s purple in purple. It’s a great soda and comes recommended for grape soda lovers like me.




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roger duffey says :

what have you done to the taste of the grape soda???? it was perfect, now it taste like crap i used to buy a couple 4 packs a week but no more pissed off if it aint broke dont try to fix it somebody setting in an office thought they would change it fire that person bring back the perfection it was now it taste like medicine very disappointed roger d.

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Tori says :

I wonder if it’s possible that they changed the type of sugar in the soda–perhaps switching from cane sugar to high fructose corn syrup or some sort of dextrose. These things are cheaper than cane sugar and can cause subtle changes in taste. I would imagine that the recipe changed due to rising costs of ingredients. It’s unfortunate, but it’s happening with a lot of different brands.

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Queen of Legoland says :

Stewart’s Grape soda has not been as real as it was for a few years, it still has the cane sugar in it, however the grape flavor is now from the citric acid, the sodium benzoate, and artificial flavor.

I like the classic glass bottle. If you still want the classic and natural Stewart’s soda flavor, try the root beer, please.

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