Size2130mLProof10 (5% ABV)*Please note that the ABV of this bottle may vary
After 2 years of perfecting the recipe, this hard seltzer tastes naturally citrusy. The zesty lemon taste makes it a super-refreshing drink that is light at 100 calories per can as well as being gluten-free.
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Note: Once an order has been safely & successfully delivered, we do not accept returns due to change of heart or taste. Due to state regulations, we cannot accept the return of alcohol purchased by a customer in error.
Each 12 oz can of White Claw Hard Seltzer contains 100 calories. White Claw Lemon took 2 years to develop and is made with purified carbonated water, alcohol, natural flavors, cane sugar, citric acid, natural lemon juice concentrate, and sodium citrate. The finest lemon varieties are hand-selected and the zest is cold-pressed, releasing the juice. The gluten-free hard seltzer is super citrusy and refreshing.
Grab your 6-pack of this citrusy hard seltzer today!
About White Claw
Hard seltzers have been around for a while, but it wasn't until the summer of 2019 that they truly exploded. The canned, ready-to-drink alcoholic beverage is low in calories and refreshingly light with the alcohol volume usually around 5% ABV. Most often it is made by fermenting cane sugar or malted barley, yet several new variants are based on wine, fermented fruit, and neutral spirit.
White Claw Hard Seltzer was launched in 2016 by the Mark Anthony Group and it took America by storm ― more than half of all hard seltzer sold in the US in 2019 was White Claw, eventually leading to a brief shortage. Anthony von Mandl's company saw exponential growth following the success of the hard seltzer, as the low-calory and low-sugar 5% ABV drink kept growing in popularity year after year. There are a whopping 11 flavors of White Claw Hard Seltzer to choose from today, together with 4 Hard Seltzer Iced Teas and a pair of White Claw Hard Seltzer Surge variants that bump up the ABV to 8% and come in larger cans.
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