Review: Four Point Zero Seltzer

Four Point Zero Seltzer uses 4.0 volumes of CO2 in the formulation of its products, a level that the company claims is the optimal level of carbonation. In our tests, it’s certainly a nice happy medium of not being over- or under-carbonated.

Review: Pressed Juicery – Seasonal Varieties

Pressed Juicery has introduced a couple new products as part of its fall seasonal lineup. The company's Pomegranate, Persimmon, Apple juice and its “Spiced Almond,” an almond milk made with dates, sea salt, vanilla bean, cinnamon, nutmeg and cardamon are nice additions to Pressed Juicery's portfolio, but we think there's a bit of work to be done on the labels.

BevNET Live Winter ’15: After the Showdown

In a panel to be held at the upcoming BevNET Live Winter 2015 event, audience members will have the opportunity to hear how the market treats fledgling beverage brands, even those that have emerged as winners of the competition.

Review: Alova (Updated Formulation)

Alova, a brand of sparkling beverages made with 15 percent aloe vera juice, has undergone a few changes to its formulation and packaging. Overall, we like Alova’s approach and the solid flavor that it has created, but the branding needs an upgrade.

Review: Sipp Zesty Orange

Sipp’s Zesty Orange is a USDA Organic soda that’s flavored with blood orange, lime and jalapeno. That last ingredient is sure to catch some attention, and it’s definitely what sets this product apart from a flavor perspective.

Review: MALK Organics

Hailing from Houston, Texas, MALK Organics is a line of cold-pressed and HPP nut milks. Available in both ready to drink and ready-to-drink formats, each bottle of MALK is made with over one cup of sprouted organic nuts.

Preliminary BevNET Live Winter 2015 Agenda Posted

As always, we’ve added a bunch of fun speakers and panelists that we haven’t yet publicized -- for those of you who have already signed up, your faith has been rewarded; for those of you who haven’t, maybe this will remind you that you need to contact the team and register before things sell out.

Review: Stumptown Grand Cru

As far as bottled cold brew coffee goes, Stumptown Grand Cru represents the gold standard. That said, the differences between this product and Stumptown's regular cold brew offerings will probably only be appreciated by hardcore coffee enthusiasts in the same way that some may (or may not) appreciate the nuances of red wine.