Reviews

Review: Athletic Brewing’s DayPack Hop Infused Seltzer

DayPack is a new line extension from Athletic Brewing and the company’s first offering outside of the non-alcoholic beer space. DayPack pairs hops, which is perhaps the best known beer ingredient, with fruit flavors to create a unique entry into the flavored sparkling water category.

Review: Wize Coffee Leaf Tea

Launched in 2020, Wize Coffee Leaf is a product that positions itself as a better for you tea that’s both low in sugar and lightly caffeinated. The RTD line is available in three flavors, including Lemon, Mango and Grapefruit.

Review: Mocktail Club

Mocktail Club is a line of ready-to-drink-mocktails that are made with all natural clean ingredients. The company offers a variety of flavors that are modeled after popular cocktails, each packaged in 12 ounce glass bottles.

Review: Brew Dr. Uplift

Uplift, Brew Dr.’s first non-kombucha beverage, pairs yerba mate, guayusa, and green tea -- all ingredients with natural caffeine -- with added probiotics to create a better-for-you energy drink.

Review: Weird Tea

Weird Tea is the first product line from Weird Beverages, the company that was recently launched by a trio of Rockstar alumns. The USDA Organic product line pairs mainstream flavor with fun and engaging branding to create something with potentially broad appeal.

Review: Lucky Jack Oatmilk Lattes

Cold brew brand Lucky Jack has introduced a new line of low sugar oatmilk lattes that are also the company’s first shelf stable products. Available in four flavors -- Caramel, Golden Milk + Turmeric, Mocha and Vanilla -- each 7.5 oz. can contains 130mg of caffeine, 4-5 grams of sugar and 80 calories or less.

Review: Husky Sparkling Coffee Fruit Tea

Husky is a new line of low calorie sparkling coffee fruit beverages that are offered in three flavors: Lemon, Grapefruit, and Orange. The products are packaged in 12 ounce cans and have 5 calories or less and no added sugar.

Review: Zuzi Spiked Cold Brew

Zuzi Spiked Cold Brew is a hard coffee beverage that is made with a blend of cold brew coffee and neutral grain spirit. The product is 10% ABV and comes in a single variety that is packaged in a 6.76 oz (200ml) can. 

Review: High Brew Coffee’s Self Heating Coffee

High Brew Coffee’s latest innovation comes in the form of something that’s a bit different: a self heating can that delivers a hot serving of cold-brewed coffee.

Review: Kombucha Town’s Live Seltzer

Live Seltzer is a new line extension from Bellingham, Washington-based Kombucha Town, which is a producer of raw and organic kombucha.

Review: Shimmerwood CBD Seltzers

Shimmerwood is a startup beverage company that has launched with a three-SKU line of seltzers enhanced with 5mg of full-spectrum hemp CBD. The initial trio of flavors include Ginger Orange, Razz Lime and Just Hemp, which is the lone zero calorie offering.

Review: De La Calle Tepache

De La Calle is a USDA Organic line of sparkling beverages that are modeled after tepache, a traditional fermented beverage from Mexico which is made with water, turbinado sugar, and pineapple rind. 

Review: RISE Brewing London Fog

RISE Brewing’s London Fog is an organic, nitrogen-infused oat milk latte that’s made with Earl Grey Tea.

Review: Huzzah Probiotic Seltzer

Huzzah is a new line of low calorie and low sugar probiotic seltzers available in three fruit flavored varieties and packaged in 12 oz cans. The brand comes from Clearly Kombucha, a Molson Coors owned company, and was created by their incubation partner, LA Libations.