The bottle is a regular shaped glass bottle with a colorful
red and gold label, some fancyish writing on the front with the name of the root beer, and a happy little picture of the brewery where it is made. To be honest, it looks
When Dick (my friend from Buffalo) first told me about it, i thought he was saying Similac, like the baby formula. He has a couple little girls, and i thought he wanted me to try out his Similac stash. I wasn't really looking forward to it, but i can assure you, Saranac tastes nothing like Similac. It's a lot sweeter for one, and two, it doesn't make you crap your pants. It is actually a very good root beer. Not too sweet, great after taste (again, a hint of wintergreen), good carbination, and an all around enjoyable beverage. We had it with dinner one night and it was great. I was thoroughly impressed with Dick's selection, which i guess i should have been since he's an IBC man also.My official review is that Saranac gets 8 (eight) IBCs. It's a nice little treat. At about $6 or so for a 6-pack, it's not the cheapest, but it's usually going to beat out most of the competition around it. If you can find it, that is. I am not sure how prevalent it is around the nation. I say go for it if you have the opportunity. It's a good compliment to dinner.