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Dominion Brewing Company Sweetens Drink Portfolio

| October 08, 2012, 03:33 PM | 0 Comments

Old Dominion Orange and Cream SodaThe Dominion Brewing Company has announced the addition of Black Cherry and Creamy Orange soda to their soft drink portfolio.

Handcrafted with pure cane sugar from the Domino’s factory in Baltimore, and intentionally omitting caffeine and high fructose corn syrup, these sodas continue to uphold Dominion’s standards for quality libations.  Black Cherry pays homage to the classic soda fountain beverage, while Creamy Orange undertakes a modern reinterpretation of orange soda by smoothing the traditionally acerbic citrus and invoking the flavor profile of a carbonated creamsicle.

Jim Lutz, President and CEO of Fordham and Dominion Brewing, stated, “As craft beer artists, one of the first things we acknowledge is the fact that there is no one drink that everyone will love: people are different and they have different taste preferences. And yet, until recently, we had not applied this principle to our soft drinks.  We are pleased to represent more individuals with our handcrafted Black Cherry and Creamy Orange sodas.”

Black Cherry and Creamy Orange soda are available by the case at the brewery. They join Dominion’s other two sodas, Root Beer and Ginger Ale. A variety twelve-pack containing all four sodas will be released in time for the holidays.

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