How to Choose a Quality Spiked Seltzer?

A spiked seltzer, also called a hard seltzer, is a hard drink with same alcohol percentage as beer. Recently, this hard drink has been consumed more than ever. To define spiked seltzer, one must highlight its alcohol content. This is a lightly flavored drink having same alcohol content as beer. Different base alcohols are being used for making seltzer in recent years. While some of the producers are arriving at the profile with distilled spirits, some others are using fresh fruits. Nutritional value is the only thing that is common with all hard seltzers. Every brand stick to the formula where in per 12 ounce serving there are fewer than 10 grams of carbohydrate, 5 % or below ABV and fewer than 150 calories. This very nutritional fact is visible on individual packaging. 

While the nutritional value is same, the taste of some of the top brands might seem same as well. The citrus flavor of some top brands remains same and hard to distinguish. It is the berry-flavored and the tropical fruit flavored servings, which helps to find the subtle differences between each producer. Deciding a favorite among seltzer producer is seriously a difficult job. Many people who are health conscious like to go for seltzer as it is keto-friendly and low-carb. When you have problem of gluten intolerance, you can definitely choose Bud Light Seltzer. This very brand is marked by some as a gluten free product perfect for those suffering from celiac disease. 

People conscious about their health can definitely go for seltzer. With different flavors available, seltzer has become quite popular. A huge range of available flavors made from fresh fruits and mostly fermented cane sugar and natural flavors, seltzer is a great option as refreshment. Always keep your eyes open for the nutritional value of any seltzer. 

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