Triple AAA Root Beer returns to Oklahoma City
A Bricktown merchant worked with descendants of the men who created Triple AAA Root Beer to revive the brand and bring it back to store shelves.
Decades have passed since David Oller last enjoyed a Triple AAA Root Beer, a popular local brew that disappeared 40 years ago.
Like most kids growing up in the 1950s, Oller did not get to enjoy soda pop at home; such drinks were rare special treats. For Oller , the end of each baseball game at Horace Mann Elementary came with the hope of going with the team to a Triple AAA Root Beer “Thirst Station” for a frosty mug.
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“Triple AAA Root Beer was simply the best I ever had,” said Oller , now a resident in Albuquerque. “A&W was just not the same. I've tried a lot of different brands while traveling and...
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