When Boathouse Beverage’s founder Nick Sheilds was determined to find an alcoholic beverage that wouldn’t pack on the pounds, and ease the weight of a hangover, he came face to face with creating a low-carb, low-calorie, gluten-free beer. On a mission to make alcoholic beverages the “next big thing,” Sheilds has one request: to push a product that’s genuinely “clean, and light, and as low-carb as possible.”
As an alternate to the bloating feeling of a regular beer, Sheilds’ Spiked Seltzer eliminates the wheat filled carbonation in that of a normal light beer. And while Sheilds handles the creative aspect in carefully and precisely selecting the sugars that go into Spiked Seltzer, co – founder Dave Holmes takes on the business side of things in packaging and product managing.
Brewed in Westport, Connecticut from pure Adirondack
Under each bottle cap is quote based on positivity – ones in which customers can submit on their own at spikedseltzer.com. While Spiked Seltzer is considered a beer because of it’s bubbly, 6% alcohol content, and fermentation process, it doesn’t contain any typical beer contents. What can be better then only 5 grams of carbs per bottle? I’ll answer that for you: nothing.
Perfect for a “spikey” hot summer day, while relaxing on the beach or having a picnic, Spiked Seltzer is currently available in the Hamptons, Montauk, Westchester and Boston, and soon to be hitting New York City with it’s cheery, refreshing, guilt-free taste.