In Issue #70 (Fall 2014), we wrote all about sex and the art of selling soda pop; Bikini Cola from 1985; unique ads from The Pop Shoppe circa 1970s; An American Icon: The Glorious Grapette Decade; more about Rock Creek beverages; Show & Tell; classified ads... and so much more!

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The Magazine for

Soda Collectors Everywhere

The Soda Spectrum is a quarterly magazine dedicated to soda pop collectors, historians, and enthusiasts everywhere! No matter what you collect - bottles, cans, signs, or other soda memorabilia, there's something just for you in every issue.

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Over the past 17 years, we've published 70 issues and dozens of feature stories about the brands and memorabilia that we all collect. We've included a few here on our website for you to read.


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