National Root Beer Float Day #nationalrootbeerfloatday

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21 and over and every one under try it with non Alcoholic Root Beer.

It’s National Root Beer Float Day. I love that Root Out Whisky can make this a fun day for Adults too. Looking to have drinks with some friends today, well we have the perfect recipe for you this National Root Beer Float Day.

Today, Tuesday, August 6, 2019 is National Root Beer Float Day. Enjoy a tasty float called the Root Out Float made with Root Out Root Beer Flavored Whisky. You can order the Root Out Float made with Root Out Root Beer Flavored Whisky at your favorite bar or restaurant or you can make it at home. Serve it at your gathering and your guests will enjoy it. This boozy beverage is delicious! 



Root Out Float
2 oz Root Out Root Beer Flavored Whisky
1/2 oz Vanilla Vodka
1 oz RumChata
Whipped Cream
Pour the ingredients in a cocktail shaker with ice and shake well. Pour into a glass over ice and top with whipped cream.
About Root Out Root Beer Flavored Whisky
Root Out Root Beer Flavored Whisky or known as Root Out Whisky is a blend of the finest root beer flavoring with a smooth Canadian blended whisky that is aged for four years in American Oak barrels from bourbon generating a rich, root beer flavor with a hint of vanilla. 
Root Out Root Beer Flavored Whisky can be consumed neat, on the rocks, as a shot and or customized in a cocktail. It is priced at $25.99. Root Out Root Beer Flavored Whisky is available at high-end restaurants, bars, stores and online. It is featured in national media and at celebrity and charity events.
For more information on Root Out Root Beer Flavored Whisky, visit and follow @rootoutwhisky on Facebook and Instagram.

Do not drink and drive its not worth it.

We got a bottle to make our very own float for posting. If you are 21 and over, then drink away my friends.


  1. I love a good root beer float and this looks like fun for the adults

  2. I love root beer floats and I am going to put this on the calendar for next year.

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