Uncle Scott’s Root Beer is a local micro-brewed all natural root beer from North Carolina. You can actually pronounce all the ingredients on the label. No high fructose corn syrup, no artificial ingredients and no artificial preservatives. A hit of real root beer flavor with a slight creaminess creates an instant taste flashback to your grandfather’s home brewed root brew from childhood.
Features of Uncle Scott’s Root Beer:
- Old fashioned micro-brewed flavor
- All Natural Ingredients
- Gluten Free, Caffeine Free, Very Low Sodium
- Sweetened with Pure Cane Sugar
- Bottled by Carolina Country Provisions of Mooresville, North Carolina
- 12 ounce glass bottles
Uncle Scott's Root Beer INGREDIENTS: Filtered carbonated water, pure cane sugar, vanilla, cinnamon oil, natural caramel, wood extract, licorice root oil, anise oil and natural gum arabic.
Let Us Introduce You to Uncle Scott’s All Natural Root Beer
The beverage is the creation of Suzanne and Scott Ramsey of Mooresville, North Carolina. The Ramseys didn’t intend to make a living from root beer. Suzanne and Scott and Jeff Fleenor launched Carolina Country Provisions as a hobby to make wine from organically grown grapes. They planted a specialty grape vineyard of French and Spanish grapes. Root beer was just going to be a side project until the wine was ready. But a freeze wiped out all 700 of their vines. Scott loved making root beer as a child. So they refocused their efforts on root beer and it took off.
It took them about 18 months to tweak an old time recipe to develop this robust brew made with certified organic sugar and natural flavors. They are proud to say it only contains ingredients you can pronounce. “The root beer has a whole lot going on when it hits your tongue. Some people immediately taste licorice while others pick up on the cherry, vanilla and cinnamon flavors,” says Suzanne. It is a hit of real root beer flavor with a slight creaminess and is less carbonated than most soft drinks.
Suzanne says, “We really wanted to go back to an old fashioned flavor.” For me it was an instant taste flashback to my grandfather’s home brewed root brew from my childhood.