Farmers Market Soda Jerks: Soda Craft

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You know that jerk as in soda jerk refers to the young soda fountain operators of yesteryear. We're not being negative, we think Soda Craft is really onto something special. This San Francisco-based company creates some special so-dey pops using local sustainable ingredients. Trendy food words aside, this sounds like just what the doctor ordered. Can we see a food truck launch with this type of product, pleeeaaase?

Some of the flavors Soda Craft has been making this summer: ginger and grape, blackberry pie, xtra dry ginger and stone fruit sucker punch 3.0.

They post lots of instagrams on their blog and if you're interested in finding out more, just jump over to their website: http://sodacraftsf.com/

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