The Soda Fountain Was Invented Here In West Virginia, And You Can Still Visit One In Bramwell Or Kenova

Here’s something that isn’t talked about very much anymore, and so it’s something that not many people know: the soda fountain was patented by a West Virginian. That’s right, believe it or not, the world owes West Virginia big for not just pepperoni rolls, golden delicious apples, the steamboat, and Mother’s Day, but also for this invention that enables every sweet treat that’s ever been produced by a good, old-fashioned soda fountain.

Hungry? Ready to act on your newfound knowledge of this cool invention with West Virginia origins? Learn more about visiting The Corner Shop in Bramwell or Griffith & Feil Soda Fountain in Kenova on Facebook. Or make a daytrip out of it and stop at both! And to tide you through until you can make a trip to an authentic West Virginia soda fountain, pass some time by reading about these other West Virginia inventions.

Address: Corner Shop, 171 Main St, Bramwell, WV 24715, USA