Bud Light Seltzer Has New Classic Hard Soda Flavors
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Bud Light kicks off 2022 with a range of new hard seltzer flavors that will launch right after we reverse the schedule.
Arriving on store shelves nationwide on January 3 as a permanent offer, Bud Light Seltzer Hard Soda will be available in four classic soda flavors. Each will have zero sugar, 5% alcohol by volume, and 100 calories per can, depending on the brand.
Bud Light Seltzer hard sodas will be sold in assorted 12-can packs that include three of each flavor: Classic Cola, Cherry Cola, Orange Soda and Citrus Soda. The flavors are all pretty self-explanatory and should remind you of some of the most popular sodas on the market – with an alcoholic twist, of course.
These hard sodas aren’t the only new offerings from the Hard Seltzer division of Bud Light in the very near future. The company is also launching a line of sour seltzer called Bud Light Seltzer Sour. This new variety is expected to be released on December 27.
Introducing a 12 pack of thin cans in flavors of watermelon, lemon, blue raspberry and lime, Bud Light says the Sour line offers its most intense hard salt flavors and they will “test your tongue.” These also contain 5% ABV and 100 calories per can with less than 1 gram of sugar.
Bud Light Seltzer also has a few seasonal flavors on the shelves now, like Apple Crisp, Pumpkin Spice, Maple Pear, and Toasted Marshmallow in its Fall Flannel pack, while you can find Cherry Cordial, Cranberry, Seltzer Nog, and Sugar Plum in the theme of Christmas Ugly Sweaters Package.
If these varieties aren’t your thing, you can find plenty of other unique sodas and soda cocktails from other brands, like tequila soda from Cutwater Spirits or hard sodas for wine lovers from Barefoot.
You’ll even find some hard iced tea seltzer if you have a southern tongue. Brands like White Claw and Truly offer it, and country artist Blake Shelton even has his own line of hard lemonade.
With the seltzer water market exploding in recent years – and it is estimated to nearly triple in this decade – don’t expect wild flavors like this to disappear from the shelves of si early.