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Posted on Wednesday, October 10th, 2012 at 9:20 am
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With so many soft drinks on the market today, Reed’s was looking for a way to set their line of sodas and juices apart. They decided to look to the past and began brewing their drinks the old fashioned way. Today, they offer a delicious line of ginger beer, root beer, cola, butterscotch beer, and more brewed with top quality ingredients! Reed’s uses all-natural and wholesome ingredients when crafting their delicious drinks. They never add flavor crystals, artificial colors, chemicals or flavorings. With Reed’s, you get just pure, delicious soda the way it was meant to be! Reed’s is perhaps best known for their 6 delicious varieties of ginger beer. Aside from tasting great, ginger naturally has many health benefits. People in Eastern countries have been using it for centuries to cure many ailments. Ginger is great for nausea, morning sickness, and motion sickness. If you don’t have the opportunity to reach for a Reed’s Ginger Beer, try any of their ginger candy or ginger ice cream. Your stomach will thank you later!

A 4-pack of Reed’s soda sells for around $8.00 to $10.00. Prices may vary in individual stores. Visit the official Reed’s website for more information on where you can find any of their products in a store near you. Reed’s operates out of Los Angeles, California.

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