In the world of beer-related beverages, one contender checks the boxes for light, crisp, refreshing, and delicious, as well as exceptionally sparkly. Hard seltzer is for those who enjoy the likes of Topo Chico and La Croix but want to get a buzz, too. Dozens of combinations of fruits, herbs and spices offer a wide range of options that’ll keep you coming back for the next new thing. As a bonus, we’ve thrown in a few of our favorite hard kombuchas – probiotic, alcoholic brews that are fizzy fermented teas with a kick!
Handcrafted by their master brewer and artisan mixologist, Big Country offers 4 delightfully refreshing and unique flavor combinations made with organic, fair trade cane sugar.
The original starts with lime and agave, or you can take it up a notch with jalapeños or grapefruit, these hard seltzers were inspired by a river’s promise of refreshment and adventure.
Flying Embers has married sweet with heat and fruit with flora to create complex flavors you didn’t know you always wanted.
Sensational combinations set Blur hard seltzers apart, delicately managing acidity, sweetness, and floral characteristics to deliver a delicious, bubbly buzz with the quality you’d expect from Tupps.
Their first foray into hard seltzer is a light, spritzy and crushable brew that pays tribute to blues legend “Blind Lemon” Jefferson who got his start in the Deep Ellum neighborhood, and thanks to fans’ thirst for more, they followed with Blind Lime, Blind Peach and Blind Berry.
Count. Up. Those. Flavors. Y’all. There’s something for everyone, thanks to Oskar Blues ingenuity – not to mention a portion of sales goes to Can’d Aid’s river and beach cleanup!
Choose from four flavors of Sparkle, Avery’s signature glacier spiked seltzers that deliver a light and clean taste with zero added sugar.
Blue agave nectar, cane sugar, real fruit juice and sea salt culminate in hard seltzers that are bright, bold, tangy, and live up to the high-quality standards for which Founders is known.
It’s water that channels the spirit of the ranch, this one’s so refreshing it can tame a Texas heatwave.
With tons of flavors and even lighter options in their repertoire of already low-calorie seltzers, no list would be complete without White Claw.
Community Beer brings their craft beer knowledge to the hard seltzer game, and they do not disappoint with their fresh and exciting array of flavors.
These down-to-earth and no-fuss seltzers are crafted with real fruit and the promise of good times ahead.
Setting the standard for how light a hard seltzer can be, San Juan Seltzer brings the flavor while staying gluten-free with zero sugar and zero carbs.
The founders of Wild Acre and Willigan’s Island, old college roommates, got together for a truly magical combination of all-natural ingredients, with no artificial flavors or preservatives.
These terpene-infused seltzers are hard and heady, brewed for the 420 lifestyle and perfect for both relaxation and celebration.
These three thirst quenchers from Austin Seltzer are sometimes tart, sometimes sweet, but always refreshing.
Boochcraft is simultaneously playful and mindful, committed to organic and locally sourced ingredients, giving back to nonprofits, and innovating through their Liquid Art Lab – oh and the kombucha is mighty tasty, too.
From light options to high alcohol kombucha and limited releases to boot, Flying Embers’ array of fruity and spicy brews will keep you coming back for more.
Yerba Mate never tasted so good – and if you’ve never had it, Bishop Cider invented these tart, earthy and floral brews for you to get acquainted.
From the brewers behind Sierra Nevada, what might start as tea undergoes a dramatic transformation to become these Strainge Beasts, known for tantalizing combinations of fruits, spices and botanicals.