When a foot-weary trio from the North American Pizza and Ice Cream Show grabbed a table at Barley’s Brewing Company in Columbus, Ohio, recently, the goal was to procure a few craft brews. But then one of them spied a root beer float—on the beer list.“That’s what I want,” says Ann Reichle, owner of Angelina’s Pizza in North Olmsted, Ohio. “I haven’t had one in forever.”The choice earned her grins and rolling eyes from the hop heads at the table, but she defended her $7 selection for nostalgic ...
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