150 years and five generations ago, Irish immigrant Joshua Gray moved to Janesville, Wisconsin to brew ales and soft drinks. The Gray Brewing Company is now one of the family owned beverage companies in the country.
The root beer recipe dates back 140 years and is made with pure cane sugar. It’s a nice grog, good creamy head, rich vanilla flavor and decent carbonation. It’s one of the better root beers I’ve tasted. It’s only available in southern Wisconsin as far as I know, so a road trip might be in order. Definitely worth a trip to the brewery and the tied house in Verona, WI.
Verdict: Buy a pallet