Food of the Eighties, Harry Caray's Bubble Gum Soda
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Pink carbonated drink in 2 liters that seemed to have the same reaction as Jolt. Maybe it was only around the Chicago area, but it was still quite the treat.
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Charlie - January 18, 2014 - Report this comment
Harry Caray's soda was called Holy Cow and introduced in 1988
Rob Lambert - June 08, 2018 - Report this comment
St. Louis-based Vess Beverage Company made the Harry Caray soda, seven different flavors. This was an entity of Caray's, separate from the Chicago Cubs, WGN TV or Tribune Media Group. Caray's greater interest was being spokesman for Budweiser Beer. Caray's long baseball broadcasting career began with the Cardinals (1944-72), then the Chicago White Sox (1973-81), ultimately succeeding Jack Brickhouse on Cubs games (1982-97). Caray was reputed as being a beer guzzler while actually working games (speech slurred more and more with each inning). Otherwise, he left a great legacy in broadcast history.

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