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- I found a low-carb recipe for a root beer float, involving diet root beer, heavy cream, and artificial sweetener.
- Morgan shook his head and drank deeply from his root beer.
- Soda is something we all can live without (even though I have a craving for root beer every now and then).
- Brewers were interested in handcrafting root beer so their craft translates well to the non-alcoholic side.
- Microbrewed root beer and sarsparilla also are fashionable in many places.
- To assemble: scoop a scoop of vanilla ice cream into a large glass; pour root beer on top.
- There was lots of time between presentations for people to gather at the remarkably long refreshment table and stuff their faces with scones, coffee, and root beer.
- I can't decided whether I want hot tea or root beer right now.
- A previous study by the same author found that tap water and root beer are the most tooth-friendly beverages.
- She bought a gallon of red wine and a bottle of root beer for me.
- Your root beer isn't poured from a can; it's mixed individually with a squirt of syrup from the silvery array of dispensers behind the laminated counter.
- David took a sip of his root beer before continuing.
- Max came back with two glasses of root beer in his hands.
- Start with a bottle of root beer - no need to splurge for the good stuff; your local supermarket's house brand will do.
- Around this time, we started to import concentrated root beer.
- The bartender put two bottles of root beer down on the table.
- I had a few patients, went to lunch, had pizza and root beer with a friend, came back to work, had a few patients, and came here to talk to you.
- Twenty minutes later, I finally found her in a corner with a mug of something that looked suspiciously like root beer.
- She popped open a can of root beer and flung herself into a chair.
- The blonde looked down and then to the can of root beer she was holding.
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