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The Pappy of Spiked Seltzers!

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Git yo some mango!

(tongue in cheek - mostly anyway...)  :)

 

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The Black Tot

I would try this... might have a cool cocktail application.

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nc_6789

There are in fact laws while drinking claws, you’ve been warned

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tanstaafl2

I can only hope the masses migrate to this stuff and leave whiskey alone going forward.

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BigRich
I can only hope the masses migrate to this stuff and leave whiskey alone going forward.

It’s working on my wife.

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flahute
4 hours ago, tanstaafl2 said:

I can only hope the masses migrate to this stuff and leave whiskey alone going forward.

Just so happens that one of my clients is the person who created this drink. Last I spoke to them about it back in the summer, it was the best selling alcoholic beverage in the country.

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Phil T

My wife has been drinking hard seltzer for over a year now. She told me a month or so ago that she heard there is a nation wide shortage of White Claw. The couple different grocery stores we shop are always flush with it. I guess the shortage isn't in Ohio.

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BigRich
My wife has been drinking hard seltzer for over a year now. She told me a month or so ago that she heard there is a nation wide shortage of White Claw. The couple different grocery stores we shop are always flush with it. I guess the shortage isn't in Ohio.

Georgia is slinging it strong too Phil

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HoustonNit

What exactly is it? Is it basically malt beverage or is it spiked seltzer water with grain alcohol or something? I believe I’ve seen this at grocery stores in Texas which are only allowed to sell beer or wine, so I assume it’s a malt beverage.

My friend says malt beverage but gluten free.

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Phil T

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flahute
5 hours ago, Phil T said:

My wife has been drinking hard seltzer for over a year now. She told me a month or so ago that she heard there is a nation wide shortage of White Claw. The couple different grocery stores we shop are always flush with it. I guess the shortage isn't in Ohio.

It is true that they can't make enough of it to keep up.

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Phil T
Posted (edited)

Ok. I only said there is no shortage in our area.

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HoustonNit
Ok. I only said there is no shortage in our area.


Ha yeah just saw a bunch here at Spec’s in Texas. Although no mango, so....

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Marekv8

It’s also created a shortage of the slim profile aluminum cans— which serves to thwart many “craft” breweries trying to quickly jump into seltzer production to right their sinking ships. 

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EarthQuake
On 10/7/2019 at 10:18 AM, tanstaafl2 said:

I can only hope the masses migrate to this stuff and leave whiskey alone going forward.

If only we could be so lucky. No, I have to imagine anyone taking this up instead of "whiskey" is migrating from Fireball or Crown Royal Peach and the like.

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EarthQuake
On 10/8/2019 at 10:28 AM, HoustonNit said:

What exactly is it? Is it basically malt beverage or is it spiked seltzer water with grain alcohol or something? I believe I’ve seen this at grocery stores in Texas which are only allowed to sell beer or wine, so I assume it’s a malt beverage.

My friend says malt beverage but gluten free.

Yep, flavored malt beverage. It's Zima for a new generation.

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Marekv8

It’s a neutral fermented sugar base so can qualify as gluten free and different tax implications. 

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flahute
On 10/8/2019 at 1:41 PM, Phil T said:

Ok. I only said there is no shortage in our area.

Sorry if I sounded like I didn't believe you! Not my intent.

What I meant was, all markets added up together - they can't keep up.

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