The History of Soda Pop and Carbonated Beverages
09/07/20191833: The first effervescent lemonade was sold. 1840s: Soda counters were added to pharmacies. 1850: A manual hand-and-foot-operated filling and corking device was first used for bottling soda water. 1851: Ginger ale was created in Ireland. 1861: The term pop was coined. 1874: The first ice-cream soda was sold. 1876: Root beer was mass-produced for public sale for the first time.
Drink can - Wikipedia
A drink can (or beverage can) is a metal container designed to hold a fixed portion of liquid such as carbonated soft drinks, alcoholic drinks, fruit juices, teas, herbal teas, energy drinks, etc. Drink cans are made of aluminum (75% of worldwide production) or tin-plated steel (25% worldwide production). Worldwide production for all drink cans is approximately 370 billion cans per year.
Lifecycle of a Plastic Product - American Chemistry
This is the process to make carbonated soft drink bottles. Rotational Molding—Rotational molding consists of a closed mold mounted on a machine capable of rotation on two axes simultaneously. Plastic granules are placed in the mold, which is then heated in an oven to melt the plastic Rotation around both axes distributes the molten plastic into a uniform coating on the inside of the mold
Ginger ale - Wikipedia
Ginger ale is a carbonated soft drink flavoured with ginger. It is consumed on its own or used as a mixer, often with spirit-based drinks. There are two main types of ginger ale. The golden style is credited to the Irish doctor Thomas Joseph Cantrell. The dry style (also called the pale style), a paler drink with a much milder ginger flavour, was created by Canadian John McLaughlin. History