Vintage Soda Pop from Boylan Bottling Co.

I had forgotten about Boylan soda and just stumbled upon it while spending too much time (and money) on Amazon. A few years ago, I had ordered a case of this soda after seeing it’s pure cane sugar formula raved about on TV.

The family-owned company still uses it’s 100+ year old recipe to make birch beer and an assortment of fruity flavors, from black cherry to ginger ale. It’s also:

  • Caffeine-Free
  • Kosher Pareve
  • Made with pure cane sugar
  • Twist-off Crown
  • 100+ year old bottling company

It’s available in 12-pack assortments from As I remember, it’s shipped quickly and is hard to resist.

With the warming weather I’m inspired to grill a burger and crack open a cold bottle of soda – isn’t summer here yet?

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  • Manggy April 19, 2010, 9:06 am

    YES to pure sugar cane colas. I don’t want to subscribe to any propaganda, but objectively sodas made with HFCS just taste awful to me. (Probably because all sodas here in the Phils are made with sugar.)

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