In late May, Sprecher Brewing Company will introduce three new "hard sodas": Hard Cherry Cola, Hard Orange Cream and Hard Cola. The local brewery already offers Hard Root Beer, Hard Ginger Ale and Hard Apple Pie.
"We were the first company to make ‘hard sodas.' Now Sprecher is expanding its line of these innovative beverages to supply the demands of customers for more variety in this exciting new category," says Jeff Hamilton, president of Sprecher.
Hard Sodas can be consumed from the bottle, poured into a float with custard or used as mixers in cocktails.
The hard sodas are packaged in six packs and cases of 12-ounce bottles as well as kegs. They will be available at the Sprecher Brewery Gift Shop and at liquor stores nationwide.
Obviously, these beverages – which are 4.6 percent ABV (alcohol by volume) – are for adults only. Sorry, kids.
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