Golden Ginger Ale

Golden Ginger Ale

Consumer comment:
My name is T. Limbaugh and I wanted to tell you how much my family appreciates Buffalo Rock Ginger Ale. My husband recently had a tumor removed from his optic nerve and pituitary gland. He has experienced severe nausea since his surgery and we’ve tried everything. We were using another brand of ginger ale and his neurosurgeon told us that Buffalo Rock would do the trick. We searched high and low ’till we found some and sure enough, it worked!! His nausea subsided and he was able to function somewhat normally again. Thank you so much for manufacturing such a wonderful product!!!
T. Limbaugh

Formulated in 1901 as an experiment with ginger to relieve stomach ailments, Sid Lee’s ginger tonic was found refreshing in the sweltering summer heat. With the addition of carbonation, this new soda became a household name in Birmingham, Alabama.

Currently, Buffalo Rock is distributed in the southeast and shipped to numerous customers around the country. It’s sharp, tangy ginger taste is insisted on by many who feel that the effects of the ginger ale help to relieve minor stomach illnesses, such as motion sickness.

However, most people choose Buffalo Rock Ginger Ale simply for its refreshingly different taste and it is caffeine-free! Buffalo Rock also makes a delicious float when poured over vanilla ice cream or orange sherbet.

Buffalo Rock Ginger Ale is now produced in 12-ounce cans and can be purchased directly from Buffalo Rock Company. To order your supply of Buffalo Rock, contact Misti Wideman @ mwideman@buffalorock.com, providing her with your name, address including zip code and phone number.

Produced and marketed in Birmingham, Alabama by the Buffalo Rock Company, 111 Oxmoor Road, Birmingham, Alabama 35209, (205) 942-3435.

One of the earlier 6.5 oz. bottles 10 ounce bottle from the 1960's – 1980's 12 ounce can from 1980's – 2004 2001 Commemorative 6.5 oz. Bottle 2001 Commemorative 6 pack 12 ounce can from 2004 – 2008
One of the earlier 6.5 oz. bottles 10 ounce bottle from the 1960′s – 1980′s 12 ounce can from 1980′s – 2004 2001 Commemorative 6.5 oz. Bottle 2001 Commemorative 6 pack 12 ounce can from 2004 – 2008
Current 12 oz. Can Current 12 oz. Diet Can
Current 12 oz. Can Current 12 oz. Diet Can