SPOTTED ON SHELVES: Canada Dry Limited Time Offer Blackberry Ginger Ale

Canada Dry Limited Time Offer Blackberry Ginger Ale

Because I read super fast, I confused this flavor with Canada Dry Black Cherry Ginger Ale. Canada Dry Blackberry Ginger Ale is also a regional Slurpee flavor. (Spotted by Karen at Target.)

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39 thoughts to “SPOTTED ON SHELVES: Canada Dry Limited Time Offer Blackberry Ginger Ale”

  1. I can drink Blackberry Ginger Ale everyday of my life… I don’t even need to eat it’s so good I get full off of drinking it.

  2. Spotted at Winco, in Long Beach, California on February 5, 2016. Still readily available on April 29, 2016. Love Canda Dry Blackberry Ginger ale.

  3. 5/04 We have 4 Kroeger stores in our area. To date in my basement i have 10 cases and 20 2 liters of this wonderful drink. I eat peperidge farms pretzel goldfish and drink the ale with it…MMMMMMM Good. added 10 pounds to. 🙂 But im gonna continue to stockpile it. Its dam good.

    Spoke to a local sales rep and said they are only stocking 5-6 cases at a time…Never explained why. Always have 2 liter though. BTW a driver told me at our Kroeger they put em by the alchol aisle by the mixers, and its true. I found 3 cases there.

    1. I’m from San Antonio, Texas, and I’m enjoying the Blackberry Ginger Ale. I love the taste! I am hooked. Dollar General Stores sell the drink for a buck and a quarter. How about that!

  4. I’m from San Antonio, Texas, and I’m enjoying the Blackberry Ginger Ale. I love the taste! I am hooked. Dollar General Stores sell the drink for a buck and a quarter. How about that!

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