What does irn mean?

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Iron Brew. (In drunk Scotch dialect.)

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When was Irn-Bru created?

Irn-Bru was created in 1901.

What does the term irn bru mean?

Irn Bru is a carbonated soft drink that is based in Scotland, where they make various drinks. It is considered to be national drink of Scotland other than whisky.

Who invented irn bru?

logan penman

Irn bru originated from which country?


Where does Irn-bru out sells Coca-Cola in the world?

In scotland. Nearly everyone in scotland drinks Irn Bru but I know some that prefer cola.

Does irn bru lower your sperm count?

Scientific Fact that Irn Bru has so many ingedients which harm your testies therefore the amount of sperm which should normaly produced will be divided by 10. This means that if you drink Irn Bru every day then the only 1/10 of the amount of sperm that you should normally produce will actually be produced. In other words...Dont drink Irn Bru Everyday... Or if u dont want kids then drink a lot of Irn Bru everyday :)

Is coca cola better than irn bru?

It depends on what you mean as "better" , better as in sales wise then its obviously coca cola no doubt about that , however taste wise and popularity , well that obviously goes to Irn-Bru considering its one of the biggest and and best tasting drinks that beats out cola in Scotland , every Scottish person drinks its , its been like this for years now Irn-bru has always out-sold coca cola here

What is the scottish national soft drink?

Irn Bru.

Who manufactures Irn Bru?

A.G. Barr of Glasgow.

Irn bru what was the old name?

iron brew

How do you say irn bru in french?

same thing

What flavor is irn bru?

Irn-Bru is a soft drink originating in Scotland and produced by A. G. Barr. Irn-Bru is bright orange and has a unique flavour. It is popular in its native Scotland where it is arguably more popular than Coca-Cola. As well as Scotland the drink can be found in the wider UK, Ireland, and Russia (where is is also produced under licence). It can also be found by a small number of distributors in Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the USA. The brand has been known for it's distinct and sometimes controversial advertising campaigns which often have a bizzare sense of humour.