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For the Fallout Shelter location, see Nuka-Cola plant (Fallout Shelter).
For the Fallout 76 location, see Kanawha Nuka-Cola plant.
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The Nuka-Cola bottling plant is a location in the Nuka-World in 2287.


This industrial facility has been converted by the Nuka-Cola Corporation to serve as an attraction on top of its normal duties. The standard bottling facilities were augmented with a water ride, dumping hundreds of gallons of processed Nuka-Cola to form a regular river. In October 2077, the river was made of Nuka-Cola Quantum, the newest, hottest beverage in the Nuka-Cola catalog. Eventually, with no humans to prevent the invasion of local wildlife, the plant became a nest for the local mirelurk population. Over time, the River of Quantum and its Strontium additives mutated these mirelurks further, and over the generations, they grew faster, tougher, and deadlier than their competitors.

This is why, when Sergeant Lanier's team entered the plant on a recon mission for the Gunners, they found themselves badly outmatched. The Nukalurks knew how to use their natural defenses to their advantage and the attempt to set up a camp in Nuka-World failed, as the hordes of Nukalurks gradually wore down the Gunners through attrition. They made a heroic last stand by the Quantum bottler, but were wiped out by the Nukalurks. Even their support, in the form of pre-War RobCo assaultrons, couldn't help.


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Notable lootEdit

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For the notable loot in the World of Refreshment, see World of Refreshment.
For the notable loot in the lab, see Secure beverageer lab.
  • A fusion core - On the eastern part of the roof, inside a small cabin adjacent to the crane that accesses the faction flagpole. It's in a short cabinet between a tool case and a radio.
  • They hit Boston - a note on the western part of the roof, in the room with the weapons workbenches, on a table.
  • Casey's password - Next to the previous note.
  • Two wedding rings - On the westernmost part of the roof, behind a blue water storage unit, the rings are on the hands of two skeletons.
  • World of Refreshment medallion - By the queue lanes at the entrance of the plant, on the south side of the building.
  • Clark's stash - Stash refered to in For Deke, under a bridge. Opened by Clark's stash key

Scavenging the whole area, including the World of Refreshment, one will be able to find a total of:


The Nuka-Cola bottling plant appears only in the Fallout 4 add-on Nuka-World.


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