behind the bar: anton nocito’s sarsaparilla strawberry float – Design*Sponge

Am I the only one who thinks of Stuart Little when I hear the word sarsaparilla?  Maybe so…  And ever since I read that book as a little girl, I have always wanted to know what it tasted like.  I think root beer became my favorite soda when I was little because it was explained to me that sarsaparilla was kind of like root beer.  This week my dream has come true!  Founder of the P&H Soda Co., Anton Nocito, based in Brooklyn, New York, has shared his very own recipe for sarsaparilla syrup from his forthcoming book Make Your Own Soda, written with Lynn Marie Hulsman.   He jazzed it up with a scoop of strawberry ice cream, to make a sarsaparilla strawberry float.  I realize this is the Behind the Bar column, so we have included the recipe for a Sarsaparilla Jack from Anton’s book at the bottom of this post, though it is not pictured.  –Kristina

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Tony

is PROUD father and geek. Enthusiastic crafter and handyman. He is also an average ice hockey player, canoeist, beer lover, and guitarist. Sometimes (often) he has to go to work as an industrial engineer.
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