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White Claw Hard Seltzer Review – Flavors, Ingredients & Price

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Mom & I took it upon ourselves to try out popular spiked seltzers. While we tried a few, White Claw Hard Seltzer is our favorite (so far)!

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We just wanted to try these bubbly drinks, and figured – why not!! See what we found out!

As non-beer drinkers, we were excited to have another light, summery option besides wine!

Our Taste Test

The reason White Claw ended up being our favorite over Truly and Spiked Seltzer was their flavor.

Truly kind of lacked flavor, and Spiked Seltzer tasted a bit hoppy like beer.

We also loved that it’s pretty low calorie and low carb!

Also – make sure to watch our video for a fun taste test of each flavor.

 

Hard Setlzer Review

A Glance at White Claw Spiked Seltzer

White Claw Hard Seltzer is gluten-free with natural juice and little pure cane sugar. A 12oz can is 100 calories and 5% alcohol.

White Claw comes in 4 flavors —

  • Black Cherry
  • Ruby Grapefruit
  • Natural Lime
  • Raspberry

We personally really enjoyed the Black Cherry, Raspberry and Ruby Grapefruit.

Unlike some of the variety packs, we really were satisfied with each flavor. Whereas, some of the brands lime and lemon flavors were pretty gnarly (I’m looking at you Truly).

View Our Full Hard Seltzer Review of 4 Brands

White Claw Spiked Seltzer Review

White Claw also contains no:

  • artificial flavors
  • sweeteners
  • colors
  • or preservatives.

We love that it’s a pretty clean option if you want something alcoholic to drink.

At just 100 calories, too — we’re able to enjoy without wrecking our fitness goals.

Is White Claw low carb?

For a drink – yes. It contains 2 grams of carbs.

Looking for low carb wine? We love Fit Vine’s Sauvignon Blanc as well.

What is the best flavor of white claw?

You’ll have to watch the video at the top of this post to find out — but we really did like all of them! Our least favorite was the lime.

View Our Full Hard Seltzer Review of 4 Brands

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11 Comments

  1. Does the White Claw hard seltzer use any yeast in the brewing of the sugar to obtain the alcohol?

  2. Another iteration of something that makes no sense. Overpriced, over-hyped. Just add vodka to Mountain Dew. Same drink. Flavor with Raspberry or your other favorite fruit syrup. Done.

    1. I think it’s more of the convenience than anything. This is something you can just grab and go, and you don’t have to buy the alcohol, seltzer or soda all separately either.

  3. I like the raspberry flavavor and can’t get athing but a verity pack which only has 3 cans of rasberry

    in a verity ++

    I like the raspberry flavor in the verity pack you only get 3 raspberry in the black cherry pack you get all black cherry could you come out or can I order just raspberry the black cherry reminds me of cigars I would
    I like the raspberry flavor but there is only 3 cans in a verity pack where there is 12 cans of black cherry in black cherry it would be great if I could get a 12 pack of only raspberry

  4. i live in vermont right on the canadian border. not a lot going on around here. but what makes things better is a nice cold MANGO WHITE CLAW. funny thing for the past 2 weeks there is no mango!!!!! it’s my favorite drink. what is going on????? summer is here we need MANGO.
    why are you out of stock? do you not have enough help to make some?
    i hope we get some soon. thank you Terry

  5. I have difficulty reading the ingredient listing… blurry… what is the ingredient starting with M after the carbonated water. I have to be very careful with certain food additives

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