About Green River Soda

Green River soda was introduced to Midwestern drinkers in 1919, just as Congress was passing the18th Amendment establishing Prohibition.

When Prohibition officially went into effect on January 16, 1920, some breweries turned to making a nonalcoholic drink call Near Beer, while others were churning out ice cream.


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Green River Soda Articles

March 8, 2015 |

Green River Soda on Parade for St. Patrick’s Day

The best way to get through the Winter blues is to dream of all things GREEN! As the chilly days march on, it gets...

June 10, 2014 |

Green River Joins Food Network’s Parade of Floats

Warm weather is here and it’s time to dive into the season with a summertime staple…ice cream floats! Our...

March 3, 2014 |

Go GREEN for St. Patrick’s Day!

The spirit of the St. Patrick’s Day is alive with Green River Soda, which is becoming the official soft drink of...

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