Have you ever worked for a company and had the thought "I can do what they do - and I can do it better!" That's the story behind Triple AAA Root Beer. Created in 1937 by a group of people who had worked for Triple XXX Root Beer, Triple AAA gained it popularity in Oklahoma State and eventually had many Triple AAA "Thirst Station" restaurants open in the US. Unfortunately, the small company went out of business in the early 1970s. The original owner, Albert Rochau, was thought to have taken the secret recipe to his grave, and Triple AAA Root Beer wasn't seen on shelves again for nearly 40 years. A driven man by the name of Justin Thomas tracked down the descendant's of Albert, and eventually was able to bring back this delicious retro drink.