A&W Fast Food Restaurant is famous for their root beer float!
Root Beer Float is A&W signature item since the opening of their first tiny root beer stand in 1919. It’s caffeine-free, made with real cane sugar and a proprietary blend of herbs, bark, spices and berries.
A&W celebrates National Root Beer Float Day across the U.S every August 6th, this is to honor their company's roots by continuing to provide support in the homecoming of our service members.
As a part of the celebration, they will be collecting donations to honor and empower wounded warriors across the country through Wounded Warrior Project.
Find your nearest A&W restaurant using the website's Location page.
Even though the all-American soda fountain is an endangered relic today, one ever-popular libation of the old-school ice cream shops is the root beer float. The root beer float is a classic, and remains a favorite today.
There’s just something about a scoop of ice cream that makes it the perfect complement to this polarizing soda, which tastes of vanilla, anise, and bitter sarsaparilla. Check out the best root beers for making root beer floats shared by Thedailymeal.com/drink.
Tip! Try the Homemade Root Beer Recipe courtesy of Nourished Kitchen.