Fitz's Diet Root Beer - 12 pack
Fitz's Diet Root Beer is a sugar free, zero calorie version of root beer that uses Nutrasweet as its sweetener.
Features of Fitz's Diet Root Beer:
- Hand-batched in a microbrewery in St. Louis, Missouri
- Sweetened with Nutrasweet
- 12 ounce glass bottles
Fitz's American Grill and Bottling Works
Fitz's vintage soda bottling line consists of equipment that was typical of bottling plants operating in the United States during the 1940s and 1950s. After searching the country for authentic vintage equipment, they found their bottling line sitting in a barn in Shawano, Wisconsin. Each piece of equipment was painstakingly taken apart and rebuilt prior to being placed in in St. Louis, MO in 1993.
All of Fitz's hand-batched sodas are made on premises according to original recipes using only traditional, high quality ingredients including all natural pure cane sugar. Fitz's Bottling Works never use high fructose corn sweeteners in any of their sodas.
SuitcasesandSippyCups takes a tour of the Fitz'x Root Beer bottling company. Check them out at http://http://www.fitzsrootbeer.com. Or better yet, go in person at: 6605 Delmar Boulevard Saint Louis, MO 63130 phone: 314-726-9555
Fitz's Rootbee...SuitcasesandSippyCups takes a tour of the Fitz'x Root Beer bot...
"Can’t Believe It Is Diet"
Posted by Theresa A. on Sep 4th 2015
Can you please tell me what sweetener you use in your diet root beer? It tasted so good we couldn’t believe it was diet.”
RESPONSE: Fitz’s uses Nutrasweet in their Fitz’s Diet Root Beer. Over the years, they have received more complements on their Diet Root Beer than they can count. In Fact, at their restaurant so many people try to send their Diet Root Beer back thinking that it was switched for their regular cane sugar Fitz’s Root Beer. One of the reasons Fitz’s Diet Root Beer is so good is that don’t change their Root Beer recipe in any way except for swapping out the Nutrasweet for the cane sugar.