Well that's interesting!...I did not know about the color on the top for the glass bottles. Well I guess a person has to really pay attention because at first glance you think its a standard version.Canadacan, thanx for the clarification. I have also seen a Like bottle with the Like on top is yellow and the bottom is white. I don't know if the other colors come this way.
Here is that bottle I found a pic of it.
Wikipedia has most of the information as mentioned above, but they fail to mention the 'Calorie Reduced' which was for a time also called 'diet'... they kept it confusing!Diet 7 Up: This diet soda was originally introduced in 1963 as Like (not to be confused with 7 Up's Like Cola from the 1980s), it was discontinued in 1969 due to the U.S. government ban of cyclamate sweetener. After reformulation, it was reintroduced as Diet 7 Up in 1970. It was renamed Sugar Free 7 Up in 1973 then back to Diet 7 Up in 1979.