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Squatters Craft Beers Creates Grandeur Peak Spiked Sparkling Water

Grandeur Peak Spiked Sparkling Water

Squatters Craft Beers has created a craft alternative to beer with Grandeur Peak Spiked Sparkling Water.

Grandeur Peak Spiked Sparkling Water was designed to target active lifestyle consumers. It has 4 percent ABV, natural flavors, one gram of carbs, zero gluten, zero calories from sugar and 80 calories. Its initial offering comes in two flavors: ruby red grapefruit and Utah cherry.

“As a huge fan of flavored sparkling water, I have been eagerly awaiting this release. I’m looking forward to drinking these straight and experimenting with different cocktail combinations this summer,” Squatters and Wasatch co-COO Adam Curfew said.

“Grandeur Peak is fresh and inspired, crafted with adventure in mind,” said senior marketing manager for the breweries, Amy Tangaro. “Our spiked sparkling water goes poolside to mountainside, and we’re so excited to see the reaction from our fans.”

Both flavors will be sold in grocery stores in a mixed 12-pack. Grandeur Peak Spiked Sparkling Water will be offered in 12-oz. cans and on draft at bars.

Grandeur Peak is named after the 8,299-foot mountain in the Wasatch Range, a popular place for hikers and explorers in the Salt Lake Valley.

Alongside Grandeur Peak, Squatters Craft Beers also is debuting a New England Style IPA with four percent ABV called Squatters Juicy IPA. Available as both a packaged and draft product, Juicy is a traditional NEIPA, with a flavor profile that is smooth and easy drinking.

Jeff Polychronis and Peter Cole founded Squatters Pub Brewery, Salt Lake City’s original brewpub in 1989. In 2000, Squatters merged its brewing operations for draft, bottle and can production. The company currently operates five full-service pubs and a brewery tap room.

Squatters and Wasatch packaged and draft beers are available in Utah, Idaho, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming, Texas, Louisiana, Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, South Dakota, North Dakota, Nebraska, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Missouri and Montana.

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