Choc-Ola is an American chocolate beverage that was formulated in the 1940s by Harry Normington, Sr. from Pennsylvania. Normington distributed the beverage through Choc-Ola Bottlers Inc., which he founded in 1944 in Indianapolis, Indiana. Choc-Ola continued to gain popularity throughout the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s. In 1977, at the height of its success, Harry sold the company to Atlanta-based Moxie Industries. Eventually, in 1985, Moxie decided to sell the Choc-Ola business to The Chocolate Group (later renamed to Yoo-Hoo Industries). Shortly thereafter, The Chocolate Group began phasing out production and distribution of Choc-Ola. In early 2010, the owner of the Rock-Cola '50s Cafe, Dan Iaria, in Indianapolis secured the trademark and began selling Choc-Ola out of his 1950s-style cafe.
- 4.2 oz.(US) 7 oz. (CA), 52/48 Airlume combed and ringspun cotton/polyester, 32 singles
- Retail fit
- Unisex sizing
- Coverstitched collar and sleeves
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
- Heather Brown
- Officially Licensed