August 6th is National Root Beer Float Day

With smooth vanilla ice cream, coppery root beer, and frothy foam, a root beer float is an all-American classic. Root beer was manufactured, bottled, and sold starting in 1880, and legend has it that thirteen years later, the root beer float, which is sometimes referred to as a black cow, was first invented.

Free Root Beer float from A&W
In celebration of National Root Beer Float Day (August 6), A&W Restaurants will treat consumers to a free, A&W Original Root Beer Float, with any purchase.

To get your coupon, visit HERE and participate in a poll to share how you will enjoy your favorite treat: with a straw or a spoon.
The coupon is good for a free regular size Root Beer Float with any purchase  until Aug 21st. Coupons are good while supplies last and are valid at participating locations.

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One Response to “August 6th is National Root Beer Float Day”

  1. Will Weber Says:

    when my kids were small they each wanted their own small mug so we bought them each a kids size mug i still have the mugs that was 30 some years ago

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