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# Clue
1. Scotch's partner
2. Cracker or jerk
3. Scotch's friend
4. Bicarb
5. Club mixer
6. Scotch companion
7. Word with cracker or bottle
8. Drink mix
9. Pop's predecessor
10. Kind of pop or cracker
11. Type of jerk
12. Ash or pop predecessor
13. Scotch partner
14. Drink component
15. Kind of water or cracker
16. Order given in an old parlor
17. Faro card
18. Word with pop or jerk
19. Word with jerk or pop
20. Alcohol additive
21. Kind of fountain
22. A chaser, sometimes
23. Kind of jerk or pop
24. Type of fountain
25. Beginning faro card
26. Lake in Calif. or La.
27. Item in a certain parlor
28. Fast-food fizzer
29. Kind of cracker or fountain
30. Stadium drink
31. Scotch's companion
32. Chaser in a bar
33. Scotch admixture
34. Two-cents plain item, once
35. Fizzwater
36. O'Hara's "Sermons and ___-Water"
37. Ash or cracker preceder
38. Faceup card in faro
39. Word with cream or ice cream
40. Word with cream or ice-cream
41. Lab reagent
42. Scotch diluter
43. Concession stand purchase
44. Schweppes product
45. Word after baking or club
46. Fizz producer
47. Kind of water associated with washing and baking
48. Fizzy part of a gin fizz
49. Fresca or Sprite
50. Gin fizz need
51. Nehi offering
52. Word after club or cream
53. Apple Sidra, e.g.
54. Fizzy refreshment
55. Fountain liquid
56. Pop, by another name
57. Cream conclusion
58. Jerk's offering
59. It's jerked
60. Mixologist's supply
61. Scotch mate
62. Bubbly buy
63. Crush in a can
64. Coke or Crush
65. Fizzy beverage
66. 7UP, e.g.
67. Mixer in a gin rickey
68. Pop in the mouth?
69. The older it gets, the flatter it gets
70. It makes a fizz fizz
71. It flattens as it ages
72. It gets flat when it's old
73. Word with baking or cream
74. Cream or club
75. First card turned up in faro
76. Fizzling beverage
77. Jerk's concoction
78. Something to jerk
79. Airline freebie
80. Happy Meal cupful
81. __ - jerk
82. Phosphate
83. Some kind of jerk
84. Beverage with a burger
85. Fast food beverage
86. Pop at a fountain
87. Club ____
88. Fanta or Fresca
89. Ice cream parlor concoction
90. Pop from a can
91. Word with ice cream or cream
92. Drink with lime
93. Fountain drink choice
94. It's in the can
95. Value meal drink choice
96. __ POP
97. Tonic or pop
98. Gin-rickey ingredient
99. Singapore-sling ingredient
100. It may lose its appeal when it's flat
101. Happy Meal special request
102. Caustic ___
103. Squirt or Slice
104. Kind of a jerk?
105. Teetotaler's selection
106. Club follower
107. Jerk's concoction?
108. Part of a float
109. Fountain beverage “mixed” in 17-Across
110. Coke or root beer
111. Fizz in a gin fizz
112. Happy Meal option
113. Baking __
114. Bar supply available at the touch of a button
115. Fountain buy
116. Can in a cooler
117. __ cracker
118. Pop in a glass
119. Coke or ginger ale
120. It's often drawn through straws
121. Jerk's concern
122. Mixer with Scotch
123. Pizza party purchase
124. Self-serve fast-food item
125. Source of fizz
126. Cream __
127. Pop opener
128. Sarsaparilla, for one
129. Scotch adjunct
130. Club or baking follower
131. Na, in some compound names
132. Fast-food beverage
133. Output of some fountains
134. Scotch and __ (bar order)
135. Bottled soft drink
136. Root beer, for instance
137. Baking __ (pantry staple)
138. Float alternative
139. RC's, e.g.
140. Teens' hangout, once
141. It's charged at a fountain
142. Fizzy drinks at a five-and-ten
143. Part of baking powder
144. Soap-making solution
145. Slice, say
146. Ballpark concessionaire's offerings
147. City God destroyed with fire and brimstone
148. Laying down the lawn
149. Sprites, for instance
150. Like golf course greens
151. Like some outfields
152. Lays the groundwork for?
153. Soothing soaks
154. They get the scoop at work
155. Cokes and such
156. Repairs, as a golf green
157. Covers, as a football field
158. Redundant-sounding refreshment
159. Fanta and Sprite
160. Place to get a malted
161. Nobelist Frederick ___, pioneer in radiochemistry
162. Part of lye
163. Site of biblical destruction
164. Gains yardage?
165. Six things in some six-packs
166. Tabs are kept on them
167. Ingredient in some cocktails ... or a hint to the last words in 17-, 23-, 32-, 43- and 48-Across
168. Ones making a case for drinking?
169. Common recyclable
170. Slice, for one
171. Yes from me, too
172. Biblical city on the plain of Jordan
173. Scene of biblical destruction
174. Word after club, cream or caustic
175. Pepsi or Sprite, quaintly
176. Redundant name for a drink
177. Baja burner
178. Word before power or system
179. Fixed, as a pump?
180. Posh party
181. Silk, in Somme
182. Pertaining to the sun
183. Potter's dirt
184. Pine- --
185. Carole King "___ Away"
186. Classic CSN album
187. Phil Lynott went "Solo" here?
188. Rockers Violent ___
189. Commercial fishermen use it
190. Mean ___ day
191. Brought comfort
192. Daybed of sorts
193. Scotch partners?
194. Comfortable coin collector?
195. Daybed?
196. Loveseat's larger relative
197. One place to find coins
198. Place for a sleeper
199. Divan kin
200. Remote location, perhaps?
201. Word with water or fountain
202. Jerk's creations?
203. Salt substance
204. Like a newly planted lawn
205. Offering from a jerk
206. Villain in the obesity fight
207. 7UP or Sprite
208. Drink from a jerk
209. Happy Meal component, often
210. Mountain Dew or Sprite
211. Sprite, e.g.
212. Sprite, say
213. Ice cream float ingredient
214. A jerk might make it
215. Spritzer component
216. Pop, to an East Coaster
217. Scotch accompaniment
218. Carbonated quencher
219. Mixer at the bar
220. Concession stand buy
221. Effervescent drink
222. Offering from a jerk?
223. What you can get from a jerk
224. Cold drink option
225. Drink vendor's shout at the stadium
226. Drink often supersized
227. Drink additive
228. Word with cracker or jerk
229. Scotch and ___
230. Bartender's item
231. Sermons and ___ water
232. Kind of jerk
233. Parlor treat
234. Fizzy drink
235. Chaser, at times
236. Baking ___
237. Ice-cream drink
238. Malt shop order
239. Thin snack
240. Na2CO3 (chemical)
241. Francois Boucher's "Nude Lying on a ___"
242. Ones doing the splits?
243. Teetotaler's order
244. Taste test subject
245. Counter offer?
246. Float ingredient
247. Rickey need
248. Jerk's creation?
249. Vending machine choice
250. Kind of counter
251. Crush, e.g.
252. Squirt, e.g.
253. Bubbly stuff
254. Ice cream ___
255. Mixer choice
256. Scotch mixer
257. Drink mixer
258. Pop in a bottle
259. Root beer or ginger ale
260. Tom Collins ingredient
261. Scotch go-with
262. Pepsi ONE, for one
263. Dr. Pepper or Mountain Dew
264. Mountain Dew or Jolt
265. It may be prepared by a jerk
266. Part of most fast food meals
267. Word before bread or water
268. Word after cream or club
269. Coke, e.g.
270. Fizzy quaff
271. Carbonated quaff
272. Fountain choice
273. Sprite, for one
274. Carbonated beverage
275. Fountain offering
276. Singapore Sling ingredient
277. Picnic drink
278. Good mixer
279. Sparkling water
280. Thus get attorney a drink
281. Pop
282. Mixer
283. Highball ingredient
284. Cream ___
285. Kind of bottle
286. Drink with a straw
287. Kind of water
288. Bubbly drink
289. Gin fizz ingredient
290. ___ pop
291. Ice cream drink
292. Designated driver's drink
293. Part of many a drink order
294. Fountain order
295. Egg cream component
296. Common mixer
297. What may appear after washing or baking
298. Party mixer
299. Something that shouldn't be flat
300. Fizz ingredient
301. It's not good when it's flat
302. Carbonated drink
303. Club ___
304. Bubbly beverage
305. Bar staple
306. Dr. Pepper, for one
307. Hawaiian island, site of Haleakala, largest extinct crater in world (4)
308. Soft drink
309. Carbonated soft drink in espresso daiquiri
310. Word with cracker or pop
311. Useful carbonate
312. Beverage
313. Water softener
314. Bubbly refreshment
315. Baking ingredient
316. After-school treat
317. Saleratus
318. Cooking aid
319. Drugstore snack
320. Fountain of youth
321. Product of a fountain
322. Popular beverage
323. Baking follower
324. Cola, e.g
325. "Fizzical" relief
326. "Sermons and ___ water"
327. "Sermons and ___-Water" (John O'Hara short story collection)
328. "___ Pop" (Britney Spears)
329. '50s fountain order
330. 50 What a jerk dispensed
331. 7 Up or Pepsi
332. 7UP e.g.
333. @WhiteHouse Twitter account user at times
334. A jerk may give it to you
335. AA member's club?
336. Americano mixer
337. Another clubhouse drink
338. Another way to say "Na"
339. Any carbonated drink
340. Any carbonated soft drink
341. Any fizzy drink
342. Any fizzy soft drink
343. Apple Sidra e.g.
344. Back troubles
345. Baking ___ (pantry staple)
346. Baking ingredient.
347. Baking or cream
348. Bar chaser
349. Bar choice
350. Bar item
351. Bar mixer
352. Bar stock
353. Bar supply
354. Bartender's mixer
355. Bartender's staple
356. Base of many chemical compounds.
357. Belly-wash
358. Beverage choice
359. Beverage for a nondrinker
360. Beverage option
361. Beverage with a burger often
362. Beverage.
363. Bicarbonate of ___
364. Birch beer for one
365. Black and white e.g.
366. Brit's fizz
367. Britney Spears tune "___ Pop"
368. Britney Spears's "___ Pop"
369. Bubbly mixer
370. Bubbly pop
371. Bubbly soft drink
372. Burger go-with
373. Canada Dry drink
374. Canada Dry product
375. Carbonated cooler
376. Carbonated drink that may be sweetened with honey
377. Carbonated mixer
378. Carbonated water
379. Chaser
380. Cineplex beverage
381. Classic fountain drink
382. Cleaning agent
383. Club ___ (bar mixer)
384. Club ___ (mixologist's supply)
385. Club or cream follower
386. Club or cream e.g.
387. Clubhouse drink
388. Clubhouse quaff
389. Coastal alternative to "coke"
390. Coca-Cola Freestyle output
391. Cocktail mixer
392. Coke Zero for one
393. Coke or 7Up
394. Coke or Pepsi
395. Coke Mountain Dew or Dr Pepper
396. Coke e.g.
397. Coke for example
398. Cola
399. Cola drink
400. Cola or ginger ale
401. Cola or root beer
402. Cold beverage.
403. Common beverage
404. Common drink
405. Concession offering
406. Concession stand drink
407. Cool drink
408. Cooler insert
409. Counter offer
410. Cracker ingredient.
411. Cracker or fountain lead-in
412. Cracker or jerk.
413. Cracker type
414. Cream ___ (beverage)
415. Cream or baking follower
416. Cream___
417. Crush e.g.
418. Crush for one
419. Defense arm
420. Designated driver's drink maybe
421. Designated driver's drink perhaps
422. Designated driver's order
423. Dr Pepper or Mountain Dew
424. Dr Pepper or Mr. Pibb
425. Dr Pepper for one
426. Dr. Brown's offering
427. Dr. Brown's e.g.
428. Dr. Pepper for one
429. Drink at an ice cream shop
430. Drink contianing carbonic acid
431. Drink from a fountain
432. Drink that George suggested would make a good baby name in a "Seinfeld" episode
433. Drink that leads to a 12-second burp in "Elf"
434. Drink that may come with free refills
435. Drink with a burger
436. Drink with a lime
437. Drink with lunch
438. Drink.
439. East Coast kid's pop
440. Effervescent beverage
441. Egg cream ingredient
442. Empty calorie provider
443. Face card in faro.
444. Face-up card in faro.
445. Fanta e.g.
446. Faro card.
447. Fast-food combo item usually
448. Fast-food drink
449. Fast-food offering
450. Fast-food order
451. Faygo or Jones e.g.
452. Filmgoer's drink
453. Fizz
454. Fizz water.
455. Fizzy fountain fare
456. Fizzy fountain order
457. Fizzy mixer
458. Fizzy pop
459. Fizzy potable
460. Fizzy refresher
461. Fizzy soft drink
462. Float component
463. Float relative
464. Flow from some fountains
465. Fountain beverage
466. Fountain drink
467. Fountain fare
468. Fountain favorite
469. Fountain filler
470. Fountain item
471. Fountain item.
472. Fountain of youth?
473. Fountain order.
474. Fountain output
475. Fountain potable
476. Fountain request
477. Fountain serving
478. Fountain treat
479. Fountain treat.
480. Fountain's spew
481. G. Love & Special Sauce "___ Pop"
482. George's suggested baby name in 'Seinfeld'
483. Ginger ale e.g.
484. Ginger ale or root beer
485. Ginger ale e.g.
486. Ginger ale for one
487. Grape or cream
488. Grape or orange
489. Happy Meal component often
490. Highball mixer
491. Ice cream ___ (fountain treat)
492. Ice cream complement sometimes
493. Ice cream concoction
494. Ice cream treat
495. Ice-cream concoction
496. In faro the turned-up card.
497. Ingredient in an Americano
498. Ingredient in cookery.
499. Irish ___ bread
500. It can be caustic
501. It can go flat
502. It gets flatter as it gets older
503. It is sometimes jerked
504. It loses zest as it gets old
505. It may be baking
506. It may come from a fountain
507. It might go flat
508. It puts the 'pop' in pop
509. It's in the can maybe
510. It's in the can sometimes
511. It's not as good when flat
512. It's on tap at the movies
513. It's sold at stadium concession stands
514. It's sometimes jerked
515. It's usually soft
516. Jerk work
517. Jerk's charge
518. Jerk's creation
519. Jerk's making
520. Jerk's output
521. Jerk's product?
522. Jerk's serving?
523. Jerk's work
524. Johnnie Walker's partner
525. Jolt e.g.
526. Jolt for one
527. Jones e.g.
528. Juice alternative
529. Kids' party drink
530. Kim Mitchell "Might as well go for a ___"
531. Kind of ash
532. Kind of biscuit
533. Kind of biscuit.
534. Kind of bread or water
535. Kind of cracker
536. Kind of cracker.
537. Kind of fountain or biscuit
538. Kind of jerk?
539. Kind of machine
540. Kind of pop
541. Kind of pop.
542. Kitchen staple
543. Kitchen staple.
544. Lemon-lime drink
545. Lemon-lime drink for one
546. Liquid from a fountain
547. Louis' Lunch drink
548. Lunch quaff
549. Malt alternative
550. Malt shop offering
551. Many a mixer
552. Middle of "Espresso Dammit!"
553. Mixer at a party
554. Mixer in some highballs
555. Mixer.
556. Mixologist's mixer
557. Mixologist's staple
558. Mojito ingredient
559. Most of a Cuba libre
560. Most of a highball
561. Mountain Dew or Dr Pepper
562. Movie theater beverage
563. Movie-theater offering
564. Moviegoer's drink
565. Moxie or Crush
566. Moxie or Jolt e.g.
567. Na in some compound names
568. Nehi for one
569. Old Fashioned topper
570. One kind of cracker.
571. One may be diet
572. Orange Crush for one
573. Orange or cream beverage e.g.
574. Orange or cream e.g.
575. Orange or cream for two
576. Parents : beer :: kids : ___
577. Part of a Happy Meal
578. Part of a McDonald's meal
579. Part of a fast food combo
580. Part of a fast-food combo
581. Part of many fast-food meals
582. Partner of Scotch.
583. Party refreshment
584. Party supply
585. Pepsi One for one
586. Pepsi but not Gatorade
587. Pepsi product
588. Pepsi e.g.
589. Pizza go-with
590. Pizza party drink
591. Plane cart pick
592. Pop drink
593. Pop in Boston
594. Pop in a cooler
595. Pop in a picnic cooler?
596. Pop in the fridge
597. Pop or jerk
598. Pop or jerk preceder
599. Pop or jerk start
600. Pop out of a can
601. Pop starter?
602. Pop's other name
603. Pop by another name
604. Pop elsewhere
605. Pop in some areas
606. Pop or Pop's
607. Pop to an East Coaster
608. Pop to some
609. Pop.
610. Popular mixer
611. Post-rehab drink
612. Primus album "Pork ___"
613. Purchase for a kids' party
614. Purchase with popcorn
615. Red Label mixer
616. Reflectively stirs drink (4)
617. Refreshing drink.
618. Root beer e.g.
619. Root beer e.g.
620. Root beer for instance
621. Sandwich side
622. Sarsaparilla for one
623. Scotch and ___ (bar drink)
624. Scotch and ___ (bar order)
625. Scotch s partner
626. Seltzer
627. Shake alternative
628. Six-pack purchase maybe
629. Slice or Crush
630. Slice for example
631. Snack bar beverage
632. Snack-bar offering
633. Soft drink.
634. Some call it "pop"
635. Sprite or Crush e.g.
636. Sprite or Tab
637. Sprite e.g.
638. Sprite for one
639. Sprite say
640. Spritzer ingredient
641. Spritzer mixer
642. Squirt e.g.
643. Stadium beverage
644. Stadium-concession-stand offering
645. Stomach soother
646. Strawberry ___
647. Subject of a controversial tax supported by the World Health Organization
648. Sugary drink often
649. Summer cooler
650. Sundae's rival
651. Surge e.g.
652. Tab e.g.
653. Tab for one
654. Teetotaler's bubbly
655. Teetotaler's selection perhaps
656. The "fizz" in a gin fizz
657. The older it gets the flatter it gets
658. Tonic
659. Two-cents plain item once
660. Two-liter buy often
661. Type of cracker
662. Vending machine buy
663. Vending machine drink
664. Water alternative
665. Water for mixing.
666. Water type
667. What New Englanders call "tonic"
668. What pours from a fountain
669. What some call their pop
670. What's referred to as "coke" in some parts of the country
671. Whiskey spritz
672. Word after "baking" or "diet"
673. Word after club cream or caustic
674. Word before jerk or pop
675. Word before jerk or water
676. Word before or after lime
677. Word before water or fountain
678. Word with "bread" or "water"
679. Word with "cracker" and "pop"
680. Word with "cream" or "baking"
681. Word with "pop" or "fountain"
682. Word with "water" or "fountain"
683. Word with baking or club
684. Word with baking or diet
685. Word with baking or grape
686. Word with baking or orange
687. Word with biscuit or jerk
688. Word with club or baking
689. Word with club or cream
690. Word with club or orange
691. Word with cracker and pop
692. Word with cream or baking
693. Word with fountain or cracker
694. Word with fountain or jerk
695. Word with pop or fountain
696. Word with water or pop
697. ___ - jerk
698. ___ Popinski ("Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!!" character)
699. ___ Water (Canada Dry product)
700. ___ biscuits.
701. ___ cracker
702. ___ Crackers
703. ___ Fountain
704. ___ pop (fizzy drink)
705. ___ water
706. Beverage flavored with sirup, fruit, etc
707. ___ jerk
708. It may be in the can
709. Jerk work?
710. 27-Across, e.g.
711. Lemon-lime drink, for one
712. Beverage with a burger, often
713. Designated driver's drink, perhaps
714. It's in the can, sometimes
715. It's in the can, maybe
716. Dr Pepper, for one
717. Ice cream complement, sometimes
718. Birch beer, for one
719. '50s drugstore refreshments
720. Fountain quaffs
721. ____ pop
722. Brotherhood
723. Fountain orders
724. Root beer e.g.
725. Yahoo behind the fountain?
726. Chili go-with
727. Counter offers?
728. Fountain maintainer
729. Pop and jerk
730. Orange or cream, e.g.
731. St. Patrick's Day treats
732. Burgers go-withs
733. Teetotaler's selection, perhaps
734. Orders to a jerk?
735. Crude sodium carbonate
736. Its symbol is Na
737. Farmer, slangily
738. Word with "baking" or "club"
739. Dr Pepper, e.g.
740. Some are kept behind bars
741. One whose work is counter-productive?
742. Nehi offerings
743. Root beer or birch beer
744. Carbonated quenchers
745. Slice, e.g.
746. ___ I!
747. Me too
748. Me too!
749. Same here
750. Biblical sin city
751. French sister
752. Couch
753. Davenport
754. Me, too!
755. Gomorrah's sister city
756. Sin City
757. Ditto
758. Rolls out the green carpet?
759. Remote hiding place?
760. Up until now
761. Same here!
762. That makes two of us
763. Divan
764. Fizzy drinks
765. Passأ©
766. Dirty
767. Taints
768. Give comfort to
769. Besmirch
770. Couches
771. Mushy
772. Manhattan district
773. Boot bottom
774. Settees
775. Riddle, part 3
776. '-- lied!'
777. Lushes
778. Quintessence
779. Unsmiling
780. Start of a quote
781. Dance partner?
782. Parlor seat
783. Sectional
784. Pieces in the parlor
785. Soft drinks
786. Saturated
787. See 20-Across
788. Chesterfield, for one
789. Sweet drink
790. Black and white, e.g.
791. Ice cream _____
792. See 42-Across
793. Carbonated drinks
794. Ice cream drinks
795. Some recyclables
796. Soaked
797. Bubbly drinks
798. Drinks with straws
799. Fountain drinks
800. Recycling candidate
801. Items in a recycling bin
802. One or two beverages?
803. Lays down some green
804. Club __ (bar mixer)
805. Drinks with fizz
806. Help wanted!
807. Sweet stuff
808. Tab, e.g.
809. Fountain workers
810. Cola container
811. Pop container with a pop-top
812. Fast-food drinks
813. Coke, for example
814. Dr. Brown's, e.g.
815. Drink for a designated driver
816. Tab, for example
817. It's made without yeast
818. Good mixer.
819. Sweet drinks.
820. City destroyed by fire.
821. Useful carbonate.
822. Saturated.
823. Beverages.
824. Water softener.
825. Absorbent mixture used in gas masks.
826. Heavy with moisture.
827. Fountain of youth.
828. Ice cream ___.
829. Popular beverage.
830. Product of a fountain.
831. Saleratus.
832. Fountain specialties.
833. Cooking aid.
834. Drugstore snack.
835. Ingredient of biscuits or crackers.
836. ___ cracker.
837. Where the younger set meets.
838. Leavening agent.
839. ___ pop.
840. Between-meal treats.
841. Effervescent drink.
842. ___ jerk.
843. Drugstore adjunct.
844. Sundae's rival.
845. Translucent mineral resembling marble.
846. Flavored drink.
847. Relative of 10 Down.
848. ___ Springs, Idaho.
849. Fizzy drinks.
850. Fizz.
851. Popular summer drink.
852. ___ crackers.
853. Bottled beverage.
854. Face-up card, in faro.
855. Treat for the kids.
856. In faro, the turned-up card.
857. Anhydrous sodium carbonate.
858. Church club member.
859. Counterman: Slang.
860. Snack of a kind.
861. Fellowship.
862. Name for certain workers.
863. 16-Across, e.g.
864. Club __
865. Pepsi, e.g.
866. Cola, e.g.
867. Fountain beverage "mixed" in 17-Across
868. Ginger ale, for one
869. Leavening agent
870. Flavored drink
871. ___ Springs, Idaho
872. Relative of 10
873. Popular summer drink
874. Bottled beverage
875. Face-up card, in faro
876. Face card in faro
877. Refreshing drink
878. Drink
879. Base of many chemical compounds
880. Cold beverage
881. In faro, the turned-up card
882. Fizz water
883. ___ biscuits
884. Cracker ingredient
885. Water for mixing
886. One kind of cracker
887. Ingredient in cookery
888. Partner of Scotch
889. Drink to heir from Rhodesia?
890. Bubbly quaff
891. Effervescent water
892. It carries an added tax in Philadelphia and San Francisco
893. Pizza party beverage
894. Baking ____
895. Root beer, e.g.
896. Root beer, for example
897. Another name for pop
898. Fizzy drink accordingly put next to prosecutor 4 Letters
899. WORD BEFORE OR AFTER LIME 4 Letters
900. Fast-food fare 4 Letters