WELCOME to the unofficial Dr Pepper page, back from the dead thanks to a small nudge from a fan... The Dr Pepper Company finally has an OFFICIAL Dr Pepper website!!! If you don't check it out immediately, you will be thrown to the wild pibbeasts (or something like that).

In addition, there are quite a few other Dr Pepper websites (such as this one, this one, this one, this one, and this one). And if you use USENET, make sure not to miss

I'll bring the guestbook back soonish, probably. When I get around to it. And the message board too, if I can find it (I can't), and um... more pictures and .gifs, etc. BTW, feel free to steal any images from this page for yours.


From Jim Ball (Sr. V.P. Corporate Communications at Dr Pepper) : And, from :


Nutritional Information:

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

Nutritional Information:

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

Caffeine Content:

Milligrams of Caffeine per 12oz serving: 39.6

The Alcoholic Beverage:

  ** Dr  Pepper **             | ** Dr  Pepper ** | ** Flaming Dr Pepper**
      In shot glass:           |                  |
      0.5 shot amaretto        |  1 part Amaretto |  1 shot Amaretto
      0.5 shot Kahlua          |  1 part Coke     |  1 jigger 151 rum
      top off with 151 rum     |                  |
      0.75 full glass of beer: |                  |

  Procedure: Get a glass of beer with some room left in it.  Light
  the shot on fire, and drop it into the beer.  Chug the whole thing down.

What to eat while drinking your Dr Pepper:

Dr Pepper Impersonators

There are a few who dare to try and come close to the Doctor, including that
icky stuff that Coke makes. Our good friend Kibo has done a nice job of rounding up the impostors in this recent post.

Q: Does Dr Pepper have Antifreeze in it?
A: NO!

(ok, so maybe everything in Dr Pepper isn't "good for you")

"Polyethylene glycol is polymerized ethylene glycol. Dr Pepper reportedly uses it as an antifoaming agent." (Jeff Terry)

"Ethylene glycol (commonly called antifreeze): HO-CH2-CH2-OH, is a small, toxic compound which dissolves readily in water and lowers its freezing point. Polyethylene glycol HO-CH2CH2-O-CH2CH2-O-CH2CH2-O-.. is a very large, inert, gelatinous compound which can be used to thicken foods. It's completely non-toxic, probably indigestible" (Bo Curry) []