Dad's Root Beer
Dad's Root Beer was developed in the 1930s by partners Barney Berns and Ely Klapman, in the basement of Mr. Klapman's Chicago-area home. The Dad's brand was immediately famous throughout the midwest area and by the late 1940s, was one of the most-consumed brands of Root Beer throughout the United States. The name Dad's Old Fashioned Root Beer was coined in honor of Eli Klapman's father, and any other fathers across the country, who used to make root beer at home for their families (a popular thing to do in the early 20th Century).
Made with real cane sugar.