You can still get the sodas of the world after Club Cool leaves Epcot

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Back in July, we shared that Club Cool would be leaving Epcot as part of Walt Disney World’s transformation of the theme park. And even though many fans were sad that they would have to go an indefinite period of time without getting their Beverly or Bibo fix, we just heard an awesome update. The Coca-Cola Store at Disney Springs has confirmed that it will continue to serve the sodas of the world even after Club Cool is gone.

If you’re a fan of the Coca-Cola Store at Disney Springs and you love trying the international sodas from Epcot’s Club Cool, you’re in luck. You can pretty much get any flavor of Coke product you could ever want at the Coca-Cola Store, and that’s not changing anytime soon–and of course, the closure of Epcot’s Club Cool won’t affect the menu of the Coke store!

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Here’s the official list of all the fountain beverages the Coca-Cola Store serves. Note that Beverly isn’t on this menu (probably for good reason?), but if you’re a fan of Bibo like we are or if there’s another international soda flavor that you love trying at Club Cool, chances are it’s on this list.

Coca-Cola • Coke Zero Sugar • Coke Life • Diet Coke • Caffeine Free Diet Coke • Cherry Coke • Vanilla Coke • Sprite • Sprite Zero • Mello Yello • Fanta Orange • Fanta Grape • Fanta Blue Raspberry • Fanta Strawberry • Fanta Pineapple • Fanta Melon Frosty • Pibb Xtra • Barq’s Root Beer • Barq’s Red Creme • Tab • Seagram’s Ginger Ale • Powerade Mountain Blast • Powerade Fruit Punch • Hi-C Orange • Minute Maid Lemonade • Vitamin Water Squeezed • VegitaBeta • Bibo Kiwi Mango • Guaraná Kuat

Disney hasn’t shared any new updates about the status of Club Cool. We know that it’s closing and that it will “reopen in a new capacity” at a later date with Epcot’s transformation, but we aren’t so sure what that means. Will there be another version of Club Cool at Epcot that will sell Coke merchandise and allow guests to try international Coca-Cola products for free? Or is this year the last we’ll see of the famous Beverly and will we have to pay for a sampler of international sodas at the Coca-Cola Store at Disney Springs?

We’re not sure what’s to come, but we’ll keep you posted when we know more information. For now, we’ll be heading to Disney Springs to get our Bibo fix.

What’s your favorite international Coca-Cola drink to try at Club Cool? Let us know in the comments!

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