Review: Fresh Ginger Ginger Ale by Bruce Cost – Jasmine Tea


Fresh Ginger Ginger Ale by Bruce Cost – Jasmine Tea

Like Original and Pomegranate, this Jasmine Tea flavor from Bruce Cost’s Fresh Ginger Ale brand is a winner. It’s smooth, yet bitter.

Coming Soon: Barq’s Root Beer redesign


Barq's Root Beer redesign

Barq’s Root Beer package design goes streamlined with a simplified color scheme, diamond background pattern, and a less cluttered layout. Sharp!

Review: Faygo Rock & Rye


Faygo Rock & Rye

A cherry-infused cream soda with a cream pie-like flavor. Made with cane sugar, this sweet treat tastes great!

Review: 2006 Pepsi Twist Star Wars Cans


2006 Pepsi Twist Star Wars Cans

The Force is strong with these full color Pepsi Twist cans from Japan showcasing both Episode 3 and Episode 4 of the Star Wars saga.

Review: RC Ten


RC Ten

RC Ten attempts to take a legacy cola brand and update it for a calorie-conscious consumer who requires better flavor. It succeeds.

#X2 Jar Jar – Star Wars: Episode 1: The Phantom Menace Pepsi Cans


Star Wars: Episode 1: The Phantom Menace Pepsi Cans - #X2 Jar Jar

#X2 Jar Jar is part of BevReview’s “Phantom Phridays”, our tribute to the 1999 Star Wars: Episode 1: The Phantom Menace Pepsi Cans promotion.

Review: Simply Lemonade


Simply Lemonade

Strong lemon flavor with 11% juice, but not followed by a sickeningly sweet aftertaste. Clean sugar-powered finish and enjoyable “fruity” flavor.

Review: Canada Dry Ten


Canada Dry Ten

Canada Dry Ten is a pretty well-executed, low cal knockoff of the original. It’s better than Diet and worth a try!

Poll: Super Bowl Beverage Commercials 2012


Super Bowl 46 Beverage Commercials

Which Super Bowl commercials would you rate the BEST and WORST? Share your opinion on these non-alcoholic beverage commercials!

Super Bowl Commercial: Coca-Cola – “Arghh”


Coca-Cola - "Arghh"

The Coke Polar Bear trilogy wraps up with the Giants bear screaming disgust at the finish to the game… and then drinking a Coke.