Sparkling Ice Spiked Launches in Select Markets

Fizzy water maker enters the hard seltzer category
Sparkling Ice Spiked
Photograph courtesy of Sparkling Ice Spiked

PRESTON, Wash. — Sparkling Ice, known for its flavored fizzy waters, is now offering an alcohol option, Sparkling Ice Spiked.

Sparkling Ice Spiked became available starting in August in limited markets. The drink has 4% alcohol, zero sugar, 1 gram of carbs and 80 calories.

Sparkling Ice Spiked comes in Cherry Lime Cooler, Lemonade Refresher, Ruby Fizz and Strawberry Citrus Smash flavors. It is available in 12-ounce slim cans in a variety 12-pack. Launch markets include Tampa, Fla.; Des Moines, Iowa; Minneapolis; Buffalo, N.Y.; Portland, Ore.; and Southern California.

“We are thrilled to introduce a new alternative to the adult beverage world that delivers the taste our consumers are looking for while shattering the expectations of what everyone has come to expect from hard seltzer,” said Chris Hall, CEO of Preston, Wash.-based Sparkling Ice Spiked. “With full flavor and zero sugar, we’re confident that the new Sparkling Ice Spiked will satisfy your hard seltzer cravings and quickly become your go-to beverage for everyday entertaining, outdoor grilling and weekend escapes.”

Sparkling Ice isn’t the only traditionally non-alcohol company that is trying its hand at hard seltzer—The Coca-Cola Co., Atlanta, recently announced its Topo Chico sparkling water brand would launch Topo Chico Hard Seltzer in 2021 in the United States.

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