Zuberfizz Creamy Root Beer

Homer Soda Company

Zuberfizz Creamy Root Beer in the glass-bottle

Available for wholesale distribution and private events (weddings, office parties, BBQ, the list is endless!)

Email sales@homersoda.com for current prices

Zuberfizz is an award winning fantastic quality beverage.  It is produced by the Durango Soda Company in Durango Colorado.  They use real cane sugar in all their products.  The Vanilla Cream is a classic draft soda.

Here is a little bit about their company direct from their website:

Durango Soda Company, Inc. was founded in January of 2002. Our idea was to manufacture traditional sodas that existed decades ago by using the best ingredients and packaging available.

The most important ingredient used in our sodas is pure cane sugar. Large companies have abandoned pure cane sugar to cut costs by using high-fructose corn syrup. It has been shown that this new widely-used ingredient is difficult to metabolize and is the leading cause of obesity and diabetes among Americans. Pure cane sugar also tastes much better. Every ingredient used in our sodas is of the highest quality.

Packaging and the environment are also of importance to Durango Soda Company. We use glass bottles for all of our products. The old “heritage” twist-top bottle contributes to the look and feel of traditional sodas. Glass containers not only help preserve flavor, but are easier on the environment. The detergents and sanitizers we use are also environmentally friendly.


Posted on July 18, 2011, in Soda Description. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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