Dublin Dr. Pepper Bottling Co. Coupons and Deals
You may have walked through the Alamo, stood under the rotunda of the capitol in Austin, and waved at the giant Sam Houston statue, but no list of iconic Texas spots is complete without a trip to Dublin Bottling Works: • $9 ($19 value) for tour admission and floats for two • See the historic bottling facilities and the W.P. Kloster Museum • Sip a Frosty -- a fountain syrup and ice cream shake -- or a float at the soda shop • Tours start at 10:15 a.m. and run every 45 minutes until the final tour at 4:15 p.m. • No appointment required; just stop by and meet the friendly crew A Lone Star Legend Every Texan knows about this small bottling plant in Dublin, renowned for making classic sodas with pure cane sugar, rather than high-fructose corn syrup. This family-owned company has been bottling for more than 120 years, making the plant the oldest bottling facility in Texas. Come see the historic -- and still operating -- facility, peruse classic soda memorabilia, relax with a Frosty at Old Doc's Soda Shop, and escape to a sweeter time. Want more? Check out Dublin Bottling Works on Facebook.
Why You Should Go: In the same year that Mark Twain published "Adventures of Huckleberry Finn", the Statue of Liberty arrived in NYC, and Grover Cleveland was president (the first time), another historic event took place: the opening of Dublin Bottling Works. Learn a little something about your favorite fizzy drink by touring this historic facility in Dublin, Texas. Why You’ll Love It: Tour the birthplace of bottled Dr. Pepper and learn the story behind the oldest soda bottling facility in Texas (121 years!), by walking through the historic bottling facilities and two museums, including the W.P. Kloster Museum. Cool off by sampling their selection of pure cane sodas and Frosty’s (a shake-like concoction made with pure cane sugar fountain syrup and Blue Bell homemade vanilla ice cream). What to Know: From the wild frontier land of 1885 Waco to the popularity of Dr. Pepper during the early 1900s to its present day standing as the oldest soda bottling facility in Texas, Dublin Bottling Works has been an integral part of soda’s history. They’re still at it, too, bottling up pure cane sodas like Dublin Orange Cream, Retro Grape, Vintage Cola, Triple XXX Root Beer, and more.
Soda aficionados claim that old-fashioned concoctions were better than today’s pop due to their secret recipes and the fact that each bottle was delivered by a carrier pigeon. Try Dr Pepper the way it was originally intended with today's Groupon: for $17, you get a tour package for four at Dublin Dr Pepper Bottling Company in Dublin (up to a $37 value). Tours depart every 45 minutes, with the first tour at 10:15 a.m. and the last starting at 4:15 p.m. Each package includes the following for each person: A tour (up to a $5 value each) A Frosty Pepper ...