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Question by Jeannee
Submitted on 8/28/2003
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Does Kool-Aid still make the flavor root beer?  I am desparate to find a noncarbonated root beer drink mix.

Answer by browser
Submitted on 10/12/2003
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How about leaving the cap off and letting it go flat?


Answer by jerseyboyintexas@yahoo.com
Submitted on 12/3/2003
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You can make your own with an extract that is found in home brew shops, just add water and sugar.  I do believe amazon.com also has it.  Look in your local yellow pages under "beer making supplies"


Answer by Rbeerlvr
Submitted on 3/8/2004
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Try google.com "root beer syrup" good luck.


Answer by David
Submitted on 6/3/2004
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Check the flavorings section of your local supermarket.
You will find Root Beer Extract.
It is made by several companies.
There was a recipe on the back of the box that the bottle came in on the one I have. Don't have the box anymore.
Good luck


Answer by Grizzily
Submitted on 6/29/2004
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The convenience of packets of powdered root beer kool-aid, is something I miss greatly.


Answer by TRIBBLE
Submitted on 7/15/2004
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I found this site when I was looking for Aunt Wick's root beer drink mix (a Kool-Aid wannabe)   It has also been discontinued and I can't find any root beer mix in a packet.  I wish KoolAid would bring it back - it makes great root beer pops that we all love in our house.


Answer by rwehr
Submitted on 7/16/2004
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I was also looking for root beer flavored drink mix.  I found that "Fla Vor Aid" still makes it.  Here is the response they sent me:
Subject: Root Beer
Date: Thu, 15 Jul 2004 16:09:00 -0500
Thank you for taking the time to contact us.  We do manufacture Root Beer Fla Vor Aid in Bi-Lingual packaging.  It is available for purchase directly from us at .11 cents per packet, with a 25 packet minimum.

Send a check or money order, stating which flavor you are ordering to:

The Jel Sert Company
P O Box 261
West Chicago, IL  60186
Hope this helps.


Answer by KIT
Submitted on 8/15/2004
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Answer by to the core
Submitted on 10/26/2004
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no i loved that stuff well go to Flavol aid .com and it works i got some last year


Answer by snoopysnocone
Submitted on 12/8/2004
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Go to www.hawaiianshavedice.com.   They have rootbeer and TONS of other flavors!


Answer by Kathy Hasbrouck
Submitted on 3/27/2005
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I just e-mailed the Co. that made "Fizzies" and pretty-much begged them to start making them in all flavors and to sweeten them with "Spenda".
I'm keeping my fingers crossed.
Oh ya, E-bay has some Fizzies up for auction.


Answer by S Kraft
Submitted on 8/18/2005
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I found 22 packets of Aunt Wicks Root Beer Flavor about 2 years ago on the shelf in PA.  I bought them all.  I have been offered $5.00 each for them already, not selling, special occasions use.  The Flavorade Root Beer Mix from Jel Sert is close, but not quite the same.  However, it is the only brand that I am aware of on the market at this time.  Good Luck!


Answer by Nicki
Submitted on 11/4/2005
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Me and my family really miss root beer kool aid. We bought it all the time. Now we are really trying to find it and bring it back. We also made the root beer pops. If anyone has anymore information on how to get their hands on or bring root beer kool aid back please, display answer on this website.
Thank you.


Answer by ShellMom
Submitted on 12/12/2005
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Here's a recipe to make your own syrup:

2 c. sugar
1 c. water
2 TBSP Extract (root beer extract for you)

Bring sugar and water to a full boil and sugar dissolves completely. Remove from heat and stir in extract. Cool completely.

Add 1/2oz to 1oz of your syrup to 16oz of water.

Syrup is great on shaved ice, fresh snow, and in sparkling water. You can make sryup out of any Kool-aid packet (use one packet/recipe; omit sugar if using sugar-free Kool-aid). And make POPSICLES using a ratio of 1 part syrup to 2 parts water!



Answer by Lanny
Submitted on 2/15/2006
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I just got some flavor-aid root beer mix but still wish kool-aid would bring it back.  Does anyone have a recipe for root beer fudge that use to be on root beer drink mix packages in the 80's?  


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Submitted on 2/23/2006
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Answer by rubberghostman
Submitted on 4/11/2006
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I know Flavor-Aid makes it search jelsert.com in the bilingual section


Answer by babybluz75
Submitted on 8/24/2006
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I stumbled across this and figured I would share my recipe for root beer cool ade.. its rather simple..

4 tsp of root beer flavor extract (found in any grocery store usually in the spice section where you would find your vanilla extract)

1 3/4 cup of sugar

Fill container with water

this recipe makes a gallon!



Answer by bunny
Submitted on 11/3/2006
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i have 2 4.3 grams pouches of Aunt Wick's Root Beer the info on the back of the packet is MFD. by the jel sert company west chicago illinois 60185.


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