Amish store. My parents went back to that store recently and found some birch beer.
The brand is Pennsylvania Dutch. The label boasts that this birch beer is made from an old Pennsylvania Dutch recipe, hence the brand name. Doing a Google search, I learned that birch beer is made with herbal extracts usually from... birch bark. But back in the colonial days it was made with oak bark.
I've never tried birch beer but I'm told it's like sassafras, which I've also never tried.
The label design is so fancy that at first I mistook it as an alcoholic drink. Beer cans often have great looking labels.
I may have to crack this one open soon. It looks like it could be a real thirst-quencher on a nice fall day like today.