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For an overview of Nuka-Cola soda in the Fallout series of games, see Nuka-Cola.

Nuka-Cola Cranberry was a Nuka-Cola planned for release before the Great War.


Conceptualized by the Kanawha Nuka-Cola plant, the idea for the drink came from celery-flavored sparkling waters, as well as mixing artificial flavors, package design and marketing to trick people into thinking it had health benefits.[1] After more data gathering, cranberries were determined to become the first in the potential line of "snack beverages", using surplus cranberry supplies from Raleigh County as a primary source. The plan was to use marketing tactics to present it as a premium lifestyle brand for the rich and meant for those who had refined palettes and a taste high quality products.[2] Like many of the fruit variants of Nuka-Cola, this one would predominantly feature cranberries. Heavily advertised around the Watoga area of Appalachia as "coming soon", it would stay unreleased. Nuka-Cola Cranberry would have likely been a regional flavor for Appalachia, like both Victory and Quartz. That being said, it did appear to have some form of release before the war occurred.[3]


Nuka-Cola Cranberry was developed prior to the Great War, and billboard advertisements for it can be found in the Cranberry Bog region of Appalachia.


Nuka-Cola Cranberry is mentioned-only in Fallout 76.



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