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Sonic Hard Seltzer Launches Tropical, Citrus Variety Packs


Oklahoma City, Oklahoma-based Sonic Hard Seltzer has announced that its Tropical and Citrus variety packs are available in 39 states across the U.S.

“The response from fans around the country has been overwhelmingly positive and sales of Sonic Hard Seltzer continue to increase every month,” said Sean Mossman, president of Coop Beverage Works. “We are excited to partner with our great local distributors to bring the experience to eight new states.”

The Tropical Variety Pack features Ocean Water, Melon Medley, Mango Guava and Orange Pineapple. The Citrus Variety Pack features Cherry Limeade, Original Limeade, Classic Lemonade and Lemon Berry. With 100 calories and one gram of sugar per can, Sonic Hard Seltzer is a gluten-free seltzer with a 5 percent ABV.

Sonic Hard Seltzer is available in select retailers and is not for purchase at Sonic Drive-In locations. To find Sonic Hard Seltzer near you, visit sonichardbevs.com.

The company has licensed its name to Coop Ale Works to create a family of hard beverage products that includes Hard Seltzer, Hard Southern Sweet Tea and Hard Slush.

Sonic Hard Seltzer is available in eight flavor offerings and provides a modern and adult take on classic flavors. The Hard Southern Sweet Tea is offered in one flavor, while the Hard Slush is being offered in three flavor offerings.

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