Hard Seltzers: Boom or Bust?
Hard seltzer is a ready-to-drink beverage that blends carbonated water, alcohol, and fruit flavoring in a can for portability. The absolute explosion in interest...
Tell Me Whey: Dairy Hard Seltzer Developed by Cornell Scientist
Norwhey, a Nordic-inspired hard seltzer made from a byproduct of yogurt, is “light, tart, with a little bit of fruitiness,” according to inventor Sam...
CACTI Hard Seltzer Becomes Overnight Collectible
Earlier this year, when the beverage first sold out, opportunists took to eBay and similar sites to list their cans for upwards of $70.
Molson Coors Canada Strategy is Paying Off
Molson Coors Beverage Company's revitalization plan is paying off big time in Canada.
Molson Coors CEO: Hard Seltzer is Here to Stay
During Molson Coors’ Q3 earnings call CEO Gavin Hattersley praised the company’s Beyond Beer successes and insisted, “Hard seltzers are here to stay.”
California Recycling Law Could Backfire
Critics are concerned that portions of the Governor Gavin Newsom's plan will end up doing more harm than good when it comes to expanding California’s recycling efforts.
Pepsi Answers Coke, Hard Seltzer Wars Stage is Set
Industry insiders have been looking for PepsiCo to release its first hard beverage since its biggest rival, The Coca-Cola Company, announced the release of Topo Chico Hard Seltzer last August.
Hard Beverage Makers See PET as Packaging with a Purpose
Packaging offers beverage makers a powerful way to tell their brand story, and an opportunity to differentiate themselves from the competition. A consumer’s first...
Big Week For Seltzer Earnings as Competition Heats Up
This is a big week for the competitive public companies producing hard seltzer, as the product evolves with fierce competition -- a win for both consumers and savvy producers.
RTD Cocktails Offer Exciting Innovation for Spirits Producers
RTD cocktail products continue to provide consumers with new and innovative ways to enjoy spirits. Drizly predicts that the RTD cocktail sub-category will continue to surge through the summer months and beyond.