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** Root beer **

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A glass of root beer with foam

*Root beer* is a carbonated, sweetened beverage, originally made using the
root of a sassafras plant (or the bark of a sassafras tree) as the primary
flavor. Root beer, popularized in North America, comes in two forms:
alcoholic and soft drink. The historical root beer was analogous to small
beer in that the process provided a drink with a very low alcohol content.
Although roots are used as the source of many soft drinks throughout the
world, often different names are used.


· 1 Ingredients

· 1.1 History
· 1.2 Main ingredients
· 1.3 Foam/froth
· 1.4 Spices
· 1.5 Other ingredients

· 2 See also
· 3 References


There are hundreds of root beer brands in the United States, produced in
every U.S. state.^[1] It is a flavor almost exclusive to North America, yet
there are a few brands from other nations around the world, such as the UK,
the Philippines, and Thailand where the flavor often varies considerably
from the typical US drink.^[2] There is no standardized recipe. The primary
ingredient, artificial sassafras flavoring, is complemented with other
flavors. Common flavorings are vanilla, wintergreen, cherry tree bark,
licorice root, sarsaparilla root, nutmeg, acacia, anise, molasses,
cinnamon, clove, and honey.

Although most mainstream brands are caffeine-free, there are some brands
and varieties that contain caffeine.^[3]

Homemade root beer is usually made from concentrate,^[4] though it can also
be made from actual herbs and roots. Both alcoholic and non-alcoholic root
beers have a thick and foamy head when poured, often enhanced by the
addition of cassava extract.


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