Since 2005, Seattle-based DRY Soda Co. has been creating sparkling beverages for people seeking culinary experiences in their everyday lives. DRY is flavor forward, crisp and unexpected. With a clean ingredient panel and enticing flavors, DRY is a sparkling beverage worthy of gourmet food pairing and premium mixology.
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The expanded distribution with the nation’s leading drugstore and pharmacy includes placements in more than 6,000 locations. Lavender, Fuji Apple, Cucumber and Vanilla Bean DRY Sparkling 4-packs will be available at the end of May.
According to most recent 52-week SPINS data, DRY Sparkling continues to rank among the top brands in growth and growth contribution in the Craft Soda/Sparkling beverage category across traditional, natural and specialty retail channels.
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Like all DRY beverages, both Serrano Pepper and Malali Watermelon DRY Sparkling are made with just four all natural ingredients, including a touch of cane sugar, allowing the natural flavors to shine through.
The company, which in June launched a brand revamp -- dropping the word "soda" from its labels -- secured new placement in Target, Costco and Aplus/Sunoco and Holiday convenience stores. Dry is also in the midst of a test with Starbucks, which is the carrying the brand's Cucumber and Vanilla Bean varieties in its San Diego cafes through December.
The Reserve Edition Flavor will be available via select retailers in the Pacific Northwest, including QFC, Fred Meyer, Safeway, PCC and Metropolitan Market, and online nationwide at Amazon.com (SRP $9.99 per 4-pack of bottles) this August.