The Magazine for

Soda Collectors Everywhere

Here's what some of our readers are saying about our print edition:

"I've been collecting antique bottles, mostly below the 1900 variety, for almost 40 years, in addition to writing my bottle book, Bottles: Identification and Price Guide (7th Ed was published 8/12). I need to say that the 'Soda Spectrum' is the only publication/resource that I'm aware of that specifically covers the world of Soda Pop Bottle/Can collecting and provides the collector with valuable overall information of the hobby.   While I have only a few Soda Pop bottles in my collection, it's help me on more than one occasion to understand what I've got.  I've always said that the collector can't have enough reference

material, and the 'Soda Spectrum' provides that extra help.  Keep up the great work."

- Mike Polak

 

 

"Love the Soda Spectrum magazine. Always lots of new (or old) information on old soda companies. I just enjoy history. Wish they were all still independent, might make for some more interesting flavors and packaging."

- Dave Repol

 

 

"I especially like the international aspects of the Spectrum. The better I understand NEHI and Royal Crown Cola on the international level, the better I can appreciate its development in the US and in my home state.  Keep up the good work, and I will keep reading!"

- Michael Elling

Issue #38 was dedicated to soda girls from yesterday & today. Also in this edition were stories about the legend of the New York Egg Cream, roadtrippin' for soda bottles, the 20-year anniversary of The Coca-Cola Kid movie, and so much more!

"Are you kidding me... a magazine for soda collectors? What a fantastic idea!"

- Walter Elliott

 

"The new Soda Spectrum is awesome Blair - you have outdone yourself again. Enjoying the stories and pics very much. Thank you and and keep up the good publishing!!"

- Ivan Persin

 

"I just wanted to say what a great magazine you have! It has a lot of interesting stuff."

- Bill Stamps