Vive - Black Raspberry
Braxton Brewing Company
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A Note on This Beer
Hard Seltzer is the fastest growing adult beverage category, by a longshot. But, we know you have high standards. So, we waited until some of our favorite craft breweries honed their skills for the style before sharing our first-ever Craft Hard Seltzer Bundle today!
Dive into this refreshing genre with one can of Evil Twin Evil Water Cola and two of each of the following: Urban Chestnut Passionfruit & Citra Hops Urban Seltzer, Urban Chestnut Lime & Salt Urban Seltzer, Braxton Vive Mango, Braxton Vive Peach, and Braxton Vive Black Raspberry.
It’s a party-pack! A BBQ bundle! A boat ride box of bodacious brews! Just be mindful of how many you drink at a time — these babies go down far too easily.
Evil Twin Evil Water Cola - 4.5% ABV: You’d be hard-pressed to find another cola with this much flavor and such low calories that’s still this light and thirst-quenching. If anyone was going to pull it off, it’s the brewery Paste Mag, Forbes, and the New York Times all praise as one of the most celebrated in the country!
Urban Chestnut Passionfruit & Citra Hops Urban Seltzer - 4% ABV: Each summer, you’ll find leagues of UC fans with Radlers in their hands. It makes perfect sense for the brewery to dive into the future of light, sparkling, passionfruity refreshment — and give it a beer maker’s touch with a Citra Hop kick.
Urban Chestnut Lime & Salt Urban Seltzer - 4% ABV: UC knows that, on a hot day, Lime & Salt goes together even better than peanut butter and jelly. Sometimes, nothing tops a margarita, but wouldn’t it be great to have those marg flavors in a much lighter body? Now you can!
Braxton Vive Mango, Vive Peach, and Vive Black Raspberry - 5% ABV each: Kentucky’s Braxton Brewing is known for crazy fruity brews. Now, they’re bringing some of your favorite fruit notes to spritzy, 12 oz, tall and skinny craft seltzer cans!
Tavour strictly supports independent beer. Urban Chestnut Brewing Company is certified independent by the Brewers Association