Green River Soda, The Original 4 Ea

Made with real sugar. Caffeine free since 1919. 100% real sugar. Caffeine free. Naturally flavored. Rich in History: Green River soda was introduced to Midwestern drinkers in 1919, just as Congress was passing the 18th Amendment establishing Prohibition. When Prohibition officially went into effect on January 16, 1920, some breweries turned to making nonalcoholic drink called Near Beer, while others were churning out ice cream. The Schoenhofen Edelweiss Brewing Company of Chicago turned to Green River. The soda was poured into old beer bottles and sold in the market. It was an immediate hit. The soft drink was so popular that Al Jolson recorded a song written about Green River. Today, we celebrate Green River's history! With a amazing visual appeal including its bright green color, the brand takes people back to a pleasant time in their life, in the 1950's and 1960's at a time of corner soda fountains and drive-in movies. Chicago original. Visit Printed on 100% recycled paperboard. Paperboard is recyclable (Packaging may not be recyclable in your area).