1993 Broadway Road
Bend, OR, 97702


who we are

In 1904, Ed Welsh founded Natrona Bottling Works just outside of Pittsburgh, with the goal of making the best locally crafted product made with the finest ingredients. In 1939, the bottling company was acquired by the Bowser brothers, and, with his passion and love for the pop, Paul Bowser made it is mission to protect the Natrona Bottling Company values and methods. Now, over a century after Ed Welsh opened the doors, Vito Gerasole runs Natrona, and each bottle receives the same level of attention it did back in 1904 and is made with 100% pure cane sugar and natural flavorings. With the help of Master Bottler, Steve Vokish, and office manager, Mary Jane Zdilla, Red Ribbon Soda Pop, Jamaica’s Finest Ginger Beer, and Red Ribbon Naturals are measured and mixed by hand, and produced using the original pinpoint carbonation [link pinpoint carbonation to FAQ for definition] process that has been in place since the first pops rolled off our line. 



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"Why didn't I come here sooner?" — Hamlet Daily

"Fairfield is a modern day foodie's utopia. " — Village Post

"An unforgettable time that inspired a new relationship with cooking and eating. " — City Gazette

"No better way to spend a weekend than with good food and good friends. " — Hicks Globe