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What sodas does Arby’s have?

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You’ll find Dr Pepper and a wide selection of Coca-Cola sodas at Arby’s, along with some more unusual finds, plus a few house-made classic drinks.
So specifically, what sodas does Arby’s have?
You can find these brands or varieties of fountain drinks at most US locations: Coca-Cola Classic, Diet Coke, Coke Zero Sugar, Dr Pepper, Diet Dr Pepper, Sprite, Barq’s Root Beer, Fanta Orange, Mello Yello, Minute Maid Zero Sugar.
As far as we can tell, no bottled and/or canned sodas are offered.
More about Arby’s sodas

Arby’s is the second-largest sandwich restaurant brand in the world (after Subway), and as such, it’s only appropriate that they have such a full — and delicious — soft drink selection.

Along with the somewhat uncommon addition of Mello Yello to the fountain lineup, they get even fruitier with their own Market Fresh lemonade flavors — peach, strawberry and regular.

Arby's food and soft drinks
Photos courtesy Arby’s (Collage by WhatSodas.com)

About the name Arby’s

And while you’re here, a little FYI: The name Arby’s was a play on the initials “R.B.”

While urban lore has decided that the letters were for “roast beef,” the reality is that it really meant “Raffel Brothers” — the nickname for the company’s founders, brothers Forrest “Fuzzy” Raffel and Leroy Raffel.

Challenge your friends with that little bit of trivia, and when you’re proven correct, you can have them pick up the tab for your lunch.

Some good old-fashioned proof is provided below, from page 2 of the News-Journal in Mansfield, Ohio, on August 31, 1975.

Arby's name comes from RB for Raffel Brothers (1975)

You’re welcome, and don’t forget to use your napkin —  those dips and sauces can get a little messy.

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